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35cc muffler talk,,,

Old 08-17-2007, 05:45 PM
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mmmm Fridy, not the best day to ask questions, everyone flies on the week end LOL..


so Pe, if you remember, on my MVVS 35cc gasser I have the inverted Bisson side muffler (see link)

http://www.bissonmufflers.com/en/muf...ting_id=114566


I have found that even 200 or 300 RPMs will make a noticeably different's on my Gee Bee Y's performance,,

so what muffler (non-tuned pipe) will give me the most power/highest top RPMs ??


"I don't care what brand it is"

thanks !!
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Old 08-31-2007, 08:33 PM
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""so what muffler (non-tuned pipe) will give me the most power/highest top RPMs ?? ""

so was this not the right question to ask ??

Jim
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Default RE: 35cc muffler talk,,,

You already know the answer.
Only canisters and tuned pipes give good power.
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well,, I thought the canisters were just a very quiet muffler !!

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Default RE: 35cc muffler talk,,,

Jim,


Canister mufflers... Some really are just muffler, but others, like the MVVS #3004, are 'Helmholz resonators'.

They are tuned devices that increase power within a pretty wide RPM range.


The best power for your 35 cc engine is achieved with the #3269 tuned-pipe.
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yes I know/understand a true tuned pipe will give the most power increase, I was thinking of getting the 3268, but (as I said) I have found that just an increase of 300 RPMs make a noticeable difference in how my plane pulls off the ground and in top speed,, so if I could find a one-piece bolt on muffler that would give me an increase of 500 RPMs that would get my motor up to 7700 with the 3W 20x8,, that would be quite significant..

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Default RE: 35cc muffler talk,,,

Jim,


This engine with the #3271 'Pitts style' muffler, should show about 7,300-7,400 RPM, on a Mejzlik 20x8 two-blade prop.

I think 7,700 RPM on that 3W is out of your reach on this muffler, but it would easily exceed 8,000 on the pipe...
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Default RE: 35cc muffler talk,,,

thanks for the info !!

shoo, 8000 would probably make my plane a 110 to 120 MPH plane, shoo,,

the 3271 Pitts style muffler would only give me about 100 RPMs over my inverted side muffler, so I wouldn't go with that..

I have read about tuned pipes, and because I have a very large cowl and my friend is a master welder I thought I would/could add an extension to my muffler, much like a header pipe, this should give me a few hundred RPMs and still keep the muffler inside the cowl..

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Default RE: 35cc muffler talk,,,

Unless you know what you are doing, you are in for a lot of fun. Mind you, not a lot of power, unless you stike a lucky vein.

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