Ridiculous!! Of course that is the communistwealth of Virginia …motorcycles are 10 times as loud as cars and they get a free pass. To me nothing more obnoxious than a v-twin straight piped
No I literally meant that when In track mode the car is too loud for the noise tests. Which is why the disclaimer “track use only” pops up on the screen.Depends. Revving the engine to high RPMs in a residential area, especially late at night or early in the morning, yes. Driving normally on major streets or cruising down the highway, no.
That's effectively the funeral I'm going to this morning. Middle of the afternoon on a dry, straight, level road on a bright, sunny, weekend day, and someone runs a stop sign at a tree-bordered intersection for God knows what reason (subsequently arrested for DUI). Freaking awful.I've been down 4 times because of exactly that. 3 of them because of a driver playing with a cellphone while trying to drive. Luckily all 4 of those resulted in minor injury but my best friend wasn't that lucky. T-boned by a car that ran a red light in town because the lady was on the phone face-timing her bestie, blew through the light.
You're talking about David Penney, right? And here you are with a video of someone doing it to you. Be safe out there people.That's effectively the funeral I'm going to this morning. Middle of the afternoon on a dry, straight, level road on a bright, sunny, weekend day, and someone runs a stop sign at a tree-bordered intersection for God knows what reason (subsequently arrested for DUI). Freaking awful.
Hell, had I been on a bike yesterday morning instead of my truck, I wouldn't have been able to stop for the moron coming off the cross street. But, he did give me the "My bad!" wave, so I guess that makes it all better. The wide angle lens on the camera exaggerates the apparent distance.
Yup. Here it's called 'noise tax'. Got one.Hypocritically, they ticket motorists all the time for noise infractions. @WildHorse
Right there with ya. Sounds like loud wet flatulence, only broke brained boomers like that. Like I'm not even a Harley guy but they sound half decent with a factory-ish exhaust or at least one that's not 100% straight through.To me nothing more obnoxious than a v-twin straight piped
Is this a genuine concern for you? Meaning, do you believe you’re going to be pulled over frequently for this?Just found out starting tomorrow in Virginia police can pull you if they think your exhaust is to loud. My Mach 1 is stock, I shouldn’t have to worry about being pulled over but now it’s up to the discretion of a cop what is to loud? And once pulled they can cherry pick other violations. How are y’all in similar states dealing with this?