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Thread: Exhaust for track bike

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    Exhaust for track bike

    My first post here. I've been reading threads and would like opinions. Which would you use from the list of currently manufactured systems? Thanks

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    Drummer SS (http://kdfab.com) or Dean Adams (http://deanadamsdesigns.com)
    More info on the bike and maybe a pic or two would be nice.

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    Careful, as more and more tracks are implementing dB noise limits for vehicles to keep the neighbors happy. That bought their houses next to a race track. Duh.

    If you are doing track days, there are no winners, so IMO stock is fine and easy on the ears.

    If you are legitimately racing and theres money on the line, get the muffler that gives the most HP, the right tune for that pipe, and still watch the dB for the series tracks you'll be on.

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    102db max at the tracks we go to. The stock unit fell apart so we made our own with a car muffler. Bikes engines stock, air filter and all.

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    Okay so do not get the Drummer SS or a dean Adams.

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    What state are you in ? What trac level are you at ? what are the DB rules at the tracs you frequent?

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    Stock is your only option if you can't exceed 102 db.

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    You can use whatever muffler you want it if your willing to get off the gas at the sound mic tower or towers. We don't have them at NJMP, they just ask us not to light up any motors cars/bikes before 8a.m. If you're doing ccs or wera racing then i understand you can't afford to get off the gas but if you're only doing track days then who cares, just back off the throttle!
    Last edited by wickedchop; 06-17-2018 at 11:18 PM.

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    I'm in CA. Mostly ride @ Thunderhill. Track days only. B rider. Hard to imagine a big twin more offensive that a 4 cyl. Limit is 103.
    Last edited by outthere; 06-18-2018 at 03:32 AM.

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    Have you HEARD Deans pipe?? Or APH? Love the sound but dang...



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