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Hey does anyone know where and how to plug the sound tube that’s in the cabin? I do commute a lot and was wondering if I could plug it.
 

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This made me smile.
 

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Plug the sound tube, to prevent sound from flowing? You guys seem to know, what are we talking about?

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Plug the sound tube, to prevent sound from flowing? You guys seem to know, what are we talking about?

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Ford has a tube on their intake that runs through the firewall behind the dash somewhere that lets engine sound into the cabin. Dumbest thing ever.
The Lexus IS200t F-Sport has something similar, called an "Active Sound Generator" with an ASC button on the dash to turn it off.

 

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When the engine is so muted (and cabin insulation) - they resort to having a resonance tube connected to the firewall.

Even more lame is when they pipe "engine" sounds through the stereo system:

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When the engine is so muted (and cabin insulation) - they resort to having a resonance tube connected to the firewall.

Even more lame is when they pipe "engine" sounds through the stereo system:

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So when I hear my challenger, I want to be sure it is my Challenger so I always roll the windows down when traveling between 2 concrete barriers, on a bridge or in a tunnel or under an over pass, and "Nail it" just to make sure!
 

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Lol, thanks all, was thinking some audio add on

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Here is a Tesla S with a Ferrari V12 engine sound!


It uses the Sound Racer device, that plays exotic engine sounds through your car stereo's FM transmitter, that matches your engine's rpm in real time.

According to its website, "The technology in SoundRacer is based on signals (electrical noise) in the electrical cables from the AC alternator.The signal’s frequency follows the engine speed and the SoundRacer detects the signal and transforms it to a simulated rpm. The increase in simulated rpm is then multiplied with a factor in order to produce a more exciting impression of acceleration without running the car’s engine at high rpm. Based on the changes in rpm, SoundRacer produces different sounds; idling, acceleration at lower rpm, acceleration at higher rpm and deceleration."


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Hey everyone....here’s an idea. Just have your engine make good noise and you won’t have to “pipe it in” or
fake it with the audio system 🤔 🤣
 
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