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Old 02 July 2008, 15:52   #31
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Originally Posted by jyasaki View Post
Hmm. Seems to me that if I pump up chamber A to, say 3.3 psi, and chamber B to 3.5, the baffle will tend to equalize pressure between the two.

Yes this is true, the ideal will be to add very little air into each chamber for the inner tubes baffles to remain neutral. So no tube equalizes the adjacent chamber, all working at their same pressure. it's just a pure technical concept, the overall idea of inflating all tubes at their best.

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