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All motorcycle's and high performance cars new and old if you have a modified exhaust you can get a ticket for $1000 and one point on your license . This is not a fix it ticket , law says you will pay the fine, WOW.....

here's a link ....

https://speedsociety.com/break...ine-non-correctable/

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California. I am not surprised. The state appears to be mostly a joke to live in. I wonder if there is a time cutoff in that law? In that..if say a vehicle is over 20 years old it is exempt? What about big trucks? There are thousands of 'em out here that put straight pipes on them, I hear them from 0530 until about 1900 going by the house.
 
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This is NOT a emissions issue , any vehicle making above 95-decibel will be ticketed....any year, make or model.....


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Good. Lets drive this wooden steak into the heart as quick as possible. Fact is, illegals don't have motorcycles or race cars. No harm no foul. I know it's not easy to pull up steaks and move, but I watch with a certain amount of entertainment, how much the sheeple will remain steadfast before they have had enough.


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Quit whinin about it and take your state back.
 
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LOL !!!! I don't live there.....haha


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Smart move. Its a shame really. Hopefully theres a civil war soon. No free man shall be denied the opportunity to drive out to california and race for pink slips at sunset and vine, not to mention racing all the way to dead mans curve on a sat night. Im typing this as a free man, that has been robbed of the chance to go out to drag city and check out all the tough lookin stockers with chrome reverse wheels. George Washington wouldnt put up with this why should we? USA
 
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Why should a street driven vehicle be louder than 95 decibels?
 
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That's about what the muffler rule was in NHRA


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You can blame the import crowd. Those souped up lawnmowers can sound as loud as a fuel car at times.
 
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That's about what the muffler rule was in NHRA


No this is a law for street driven vehicles I believe....


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Originally posted by Joe Burkleo:
You can blame the import crowd. Those souped up lawnmowers can sound as loud as a fuel car at times.


I thought this would effect motorcycles and aftermarket performance pipes on autos of all types. These style items are illegal if removing the cat , but these are still being install ( anarchy rules ). Wonder how the testing of DB levels will be done when to are being written up? Are they going to be carrying DB meters? The lawyers are going to have a field day with this.


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For years ( when I was young) u couldn’t get away with noise. Then it was ok for a while.... Now they are enforcing it. Even the Motor Cops put loud ex on thier bikes saying the public could not hear them.. really... Wrong What?- the siren don’t work??


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Originally posted by Phil Dees:
Why should a street driven vehicle be louder than 95 decibels?


Nailed it !! I agree, and I live in California. For those who want to be loud, support you local dragstrip.........they won't care and you can play racecar driver.


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Are they going to be carrying DB meters?

I've got the phone app!

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Why should a street driven vehicle be louder than 95 decibels?

Because free men have freedom of choice. Creeping tyranny is an insidious cancer, especially for those that can't see.


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Barry you were never young. Smile


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Larry
we have pictures proving Barry was young a LONG time ago
Ask him to post em - pretty entertaining
 
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Larry
we have pictures proving Barry was young a LONG time ago
Ask him to post em - pretty entertaining


This coming from the guy that was sitting in the same po po car saying ; so was that fun or what? LMAO No officer we were not racing I swear!

Larry....Once upon a time.. Oh never mind... I cant remember..

Hush Moe! I know its coming...


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Are they going to be carrying DB meters?

I've got the phone app!

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Why should a street driven vehicle be louder than 95 decibels?

Because free men have freedom of choice. Creeping tyranny is an insidious cancer, especially for those that can't see.


It's pretty seldom that I find myself agreeing with CA. But, shouldn't there be SOME limit as to how loud a vehicle should be? When it is loud enough to wake everyone on the block, is that actually encroaching on other people's freedoms? There are motorcycles that actually hurt my ears when they drive by on the street. We require hearing protection at work for that sound level. I really don't care about the driver's hearing. But should everyone else be subject to it without choice?


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There are motorcycles that actually hurt my ears when they drive by on the street. We require hearing protection at work for that sound level.

Yes I know the motorcycles you're talking about. I have a kid on a 2 cycle that comes past my house that's obnoxiously loud. Let's see, hot rodding and accompanying "loud exhaust" took off about 1955 so we've survived that long but low and behold 2019 requires a new law that carries a $1000. fine! I'm sure there are already laws on the books that would cover the motorcycle you speak of.

And your hearing protection at work. I bet you didn't have hearing protection 10 or 15 years ago. Why, because YOU, the employer, didn't care. You require it now because of the darlings that have enacted such laws you must follow. And, it's a CYA for the employer legally (another recent phenomenon). With that said, I've always worn hearing protection when I was in loud environments, of which I was for many years off and on and my hearing for an old man is pretty darn good considering. Yet I use to see young men that had hearing protection available but wouldn't use it because they were bullet proof, although I always suggested it to them because I knew the creeping danger of hearing loss. So maybe you're right, people are too dumb to know whats good for them and we need big brothers laws to protect us.


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