For the majority of modern bikes, sound is really the only tangible upgrade.Well, for all of you "SPECIAL" people who "upgrade" your exhaust for "sound" alone, yup, this is the DEFINITIVE video for you.
But, of course! There's nothing I like better than my across the street neighbor coming in at 10 o'clock at night with the screaming exhaust on his KAWISUCKIDA!In your humble opinion ....
[/Flippant reply] 10 o'clock is hardly late .... get a life grandad [end]But, of course! There's nothing I like better than my across the street neighbor coming in at 10 o'clock at night with the screaming exhaust on his KAWISUCKIDA!
I do wish there was so much more of that in the world. It is exactly what we need.
Bollox and double bollox.Loud Pipes Cost Rights ....... when your local government representative is annoyed by your obnoxiously loud motorcycle the laws will be introduced to remove your rights to modify your bike at all.
[/Flippant reply] 10 o'clock is hardly late .... get a life grandad [end]
And even though I have no doubt annoyed you and closed you off to rationale argument, here's my considered response all the same
I agree that some people and some bikes are anti-social ... but that's just life. Some people are arseholes and others are not. A loud pipe has saved my life on ore than one occasion and I make no apologies about fitting one .....and will continue to do so.
Bollox and double bollox.
The supposed hatred of loud exhausts is restricted to sports bikes as everyone wants a cross section of people to hate. Whereas most people seem quite happy to whoop and holler at a Harley with open pipes or a muscle car with a straight through 3 inch exhaust.
Loud exhausts have been around for many many years (50+ using the muscle car example and longer for Harleys) and what real rights have you lost? None!
I feel genuinely sorry for anyone who gets upset by this .... there are far more important things to worry about in life