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Dyno video - Pride RTP + Pride RFL (Stainless Steel)

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Dyno video with and without the Resonated Test Pipe. The main focus of this day wasn't to make power (we were doing audio recording) but I think its beneficial to note the difference was a 20 whp gain using the Pride RTP's.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFSQuzp_ir0

I can't disclose information of what the audio was used for or who the owner is. But if you know, then you know!

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Wow, that does sound good! I recorded a video recently but I only had a gopro lol. I heard the way you're supposed to record it (for track dB purposes) is at a 45 degree angle like some 10 ft away.

The pride RTP makes zero difference to the noise to me. You can hear a slight rasp decrease but really it didn't sound much different from test pipes to me, at least from inside the car and on video.
 
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