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    Posted: 14 Nov 2019 at 21:41
What exhaust are people using for Trackdays that are easily under the 102db limit and dont pop the drive bys.
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I have a 60mm Akrapovic on my Mille and that is 99-100 constantly.
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I gave up with any aftermarket options and stuck the stock cans on testing is getting tighter all the time.
I started out with nothing and I've still got most of it left
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hi guys,
i struggled with this at sneterton earlier this year, i have a full akrapovic system, unbeknown to me at purchase and with the akra end can friend tested it at 106db, i ended up fitting a termi end can that is now 96db. i bought a stock exhaust that couldent fit due to the akra collector, if you need a stock let me know it really is the easiest way to pass track day noise tests. 
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Originally posted by JimGreezy JimGreezy wrote:

hi guys,
i struggled with this at sneterton earlier this year, i have a full akrapovic system, unbeknown to me at purchase and with the akra end can friend tested it at 106db, i ended up fitting a termi end can that is now 96db. i bought a stock exhaust that couldent fit due to the akra collector, if you need a stock let me know it really is the easiest way to pass track day noise tests. 

Yep the noise tester at snetterton is an absolute jobs worth had so many run ins with him over the years which is why I bought a set of stockers. Bonus of that was the last time I took the ape round I got hit at corams and put a little ding in one can. Wasn't bothered as I stayed on just but if that had of been the Tigcraft cans I'd of cried. Now running the little Kwacka and he even tried to stop me going out on that even though its an ex MSV racebike and has to comply with their strict rules. Guys a bloody idiot. Stock is the way to go on the big twins these days unless you do Euro days.
I started out with nothing and I've still got most of it left
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Mhp are very good at building cans to pass noise tests.
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