In closing I want to emphasize the preceding text is given simply to explain the very complicated procedures required to make the claim that an exhaust system is “Tuned”.
Leading Edge Exhaust Systems, LLC, (LEES) has never used this term in any advertising and probably never will. The next time you hear the word “Tuned”, a “buzzword” as I call it, ask the company or person, (s) making the claims to show you how they came to that conclusion; formulae and calculations. The formula might dictate the primary tubes and collectors are required to be so long that they would not fit within the cowling and you might not be able to access the, all important, exhaust flange nuts. Some of the exhaust components we manufacture are direct replacements and must be able to attach to existing mufflers and tailpipes.
Cloning can present a much bigger problem. One alternative mechanism for provisioning is to copy the mdf file onto each machine and attach it on each server. One can, of course run a backup from the database you want to copy, and restore it to each clone. Both these techniques are slow, end up with a mass of data being moved around the network and use a lot of disk space. It can also leave more complications for security due to the file permissions that are necessary. The editor tells me that Simple Talk is due to publish an article by Grant Fritchey that tells you how to do this.
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