Anyone have any knowledge or experience on this topic?
Some municipalities may also have noise bylaws targeting exhausts. These are the same bylaws that keep residential construction crews from making noise at 6am or keep the neighbors dog from barking all day long. They may or may not define a "loud exhaust". For example, Oakville implemented a loud exhaust bylaw targeting motorcycle riders. There's a specific way in which they conduct tests with a decibel meter.
Donâ€™t really want to waste their time nor mine. May have to revert the setup.
This just may be the funniest post in the entire forum!FyreStorm wrote: ↑Wed Mar 28, 2018 7:49 pmTHe whole purpose of a muffler is to minimize noise...think of it this way...imagine we are talking about farts...some people like the smell of their own farts, some might might even like the smell of others farts, but if we had fart laws, it would be to protect the overwhelming majority of people who hate farts smells...and while some think it's just fine to go around farting their farts...it shows a lack of respect for others...nobody wants to smell your farts...or hear your fartcans...
Former Ontario Police Officer. Advice will become less relevant as the time goes by !