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Re: Swallowfield GP maneuvers
« on: 11 July 2019, 03:06:43 pm »
Thanks for sorting that out. That is way lower than I had expected. So that was from a trackside position with them during a normal drive by. I was remembering when we drove Graham's in the industrial area. That was really loud. I seems we were getting the amplified effects of the reflected sound there. Ofcourse the open space would always dissipate the sound better but 37 is a good figure.
No extra silencers needed i would say. One thing to tick off the list.