Has anyone opened the Air duct?
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    Has anyone opened the Air duct?

    Has anyone opened there airduct to see what was on the side of it,i didnt get why that side box is there and whats inside.Has anyone opened the Air duct?-20160119_164414.jpg

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    Usually it's just a resonator to keep he intake noise as quiet as possible.


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    Quote Originally Posted by stoli View Post
    Usually it's just a resonator to keep he intake noise as quiet as possible.


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    Exactly this. Just a baffle/resonator

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    Is there a piece in there or just an empty hole for the air to go thru

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    Cut it open and find out.

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    It should be just an empty hole.

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    Just imagine this, a box with one hole for the air to go in and out... i think

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