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Gadget01

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Gadget01 says:

HELP: dB's on Track?????

While surfing the net I found  THIS.

It states a maximum of 102dB & 92dB.
I downloaded several app's for my iphone, but I can fart at 100dB. I have a Campbell Custom on my CB1300 and I only use one baffle it's amazing. Will take other baffle with me just in case but any thoughts?????

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old(ish)git

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old(ish)git says:

I would have thought....

they won't let you on track if too loud.

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Gadget01

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Gadget01 says:

dB's

What a font of knowledge, thanks for those wise words Yoda!!:wink: 

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Boult

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Boult says:

also depends

on which track  -  some have lower allowable noise levels (Oulton) than others.

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CB13

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CB13 says:

Campbell Custom..

Ditch the shite looking exhaust and get an Akropovic 4-2-1 Sport system,K&N filter,PC 111 and custom map for 18 extra BHP and smooth fueling from tickover to into the red.Will look and sound better as well.That Campbell system looks like two tin cans ffs.Don't know about not being allowed on track shouldn't be allowed out in public.:wacko:

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StealthSV

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StealthSV says:

MSV

Are fussy as fuck! If the pipe is road legal with the baffles in then it should be ok but you won't know for sure till you've paid your money and turned up on the day.. If its too loud they'll send you away with no refund!


If its a tad, err, fruity then take it to a noisy day at somewhere like Donington or Silverstone. No worries then!

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steveb

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steveb says:

Or Anglesey

I've never seem a bike noise tested at Anglesey.

Cadwell is usually 105db

If your can is noisy, get it repacked. It will be quieter and can improve permormance too.

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Gadget01

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Gadget01 says:

dB's Thanks!

Thank's for all the feed back, though CB13 has" issues"

I will take my baffles to Oulton Park. Think I'll need them both in.....:smile 

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CB13

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CB13 says:

Not "issues"...

just good taste.I know shite when I see it.:lol:

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