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Old Mon, Jan-15-2018, 04:48:14 AM   #11
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Default Re: What's the best location for Go Pro microphone?

Next to the intake (e-venturi)


clipped on to the go pro mount (not a good idea, rattled a fair bit)


i like what Vox did with the rear bulk head, i might try that next time.
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I liked the placing the mic around the intake or in the drug bin.

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Sorry, can you clarify? What are you referring to with bulkhead?




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remove subwoofer. Zip tie there.

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Lets face it - if we're being honest with ourselves - there is no way to make our cars sound good. I had my sitting over the muffler exhaust. You had to turn volume to lowest setting to watch my videos. I just moved it into the engine bay sitting on top of the Evolve intake. It's improvement over 4000 rpm but at lower end all you hear are injectors clicking.

but unfortunately, this guy's got it nailed (with the exception of airbox noise).
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I liked the placing the mic around the intake or in the drug bin.

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remove subwoofer. Zip tie there.
I'll have to try that next time. This time around I tried one session with the mic laying on the trunk floor (mu trunk is gutted), but it did not sound all that good. Then again, I had two layers of wind reduction covers over the mic.

I'll keep trying. Maybe time to invest in a better mic.
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CSL Intake makes these cars sound good. So there is a way. I mic mine by the driver's headlight ballast right in front of the intake.
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