The Exhaust Length Calculator is designed to help calculate the optimal exhaust length based on engine speed, sound wave speed, and temperature.

The tool offers both a Basic Calculator for standard calculations and an Advanced Calculator for more detailed calculations that include temperature adjustments. This calculator is ideal for automotive enthusiasts or engineers who need to determine the ideal exhaust length for performance tuning.

**How to use the calculator:**

**Basic Calculator**:
- Enter any two of the following: Engine Speed (RPM), Sound Wave Speed (m/s), or Exhaust Length (meters).
- The calculator will compute the missing value based on the inputs.

**Advanced Calculator**:
- Enter the Engine Speed (RPM), Sound Wave Speed (m/s), and Temperature (Celsius).
- The calculator will adjust the wave speed for temperature and determine the optimal exhaust length.

**How To Calculate**

**Example 1: Basic Calculator**

**Step** |
**Calculation** |

**Engine Speed (RPM)** |
3000 RPM |

**Wave Speed (m/s)** |
343 m/s |

**Exhaust Length (m)** |
(to be calculated) |

**Divide Wave Speed by Engine Speed** |
(343 / (2 × 3000)) × 60 = 3.43 m |

In this example, the wave speed is 343 m/s, and the engine speed is 3000 RPM. The calculator determines the optimal exhaust length as 3.43 meters.

**Example 2: Advanced Calculator**

**Step** |
**Calculation** |

**Engine Speed (RPM)** |
3500 RPM |

**Wave Speed (m/s)** |
343 m/s |

**Temperature (°C)** |
20°C |

**Adjusted Wave Speed (m/s)** |
343 + (0.6 × 20) = 355 m/s |

**Optimal Exhaust Length (m)** |
(355 / (2 × 3500)) × 60 = 3.04 m |

In this advanced example, the wave speed is adjusted for a temperature of 20°C, resulting in a calculated optimal exhaust length of 3.04 meters.