Is there anyway i can figure out when my Car peaks if i dont have any tools at all
I have a Wolkswagen Polo-04.
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If you are talking about your Resonant Freq., then you MUST have a meter... a cheap one from Radioshack would work.
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aside from having a meter, an easy way to do it is to use a sealed box and play different tones... but in order to really know what the highest freq. was, it will be easier to have a meter at hand to tell.. some people's cars hit highest at 45hz and tune their boxes below that.. etc.. you could use an RTA and an Oscilliscope..
I know how to find the resonate frequency if your vehicle if you want to know. But you need a lot of time and a high accuracy SPL meter such as the Term-Lab. And the resonate frequency of your vehicle is not necessarily going to be your loudest frequency. There are other things that effect your peek frequency such as the 1/4th wave distance.
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