Area 27

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  1. Paul Macdonell

    Paul Macdonell New Member

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    Looking to try out Area 27 and wondering if anyone had any trouble with the 103dB. Is a db killer necessary? I don’t know anything about noise regulations and I don’t want to be caught off guard. Thanks
     
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    DEFBOY35 EMRA Executive Member

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    I'd get one. Especially if it's an aftermarket exhaust.
     
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    Ok thanks. Ya it’s a hindle exhaust.
     
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    If you don't redline when coming into the track entry area straight away, and around the following corner, then likely not an issue. I was running a full Hindle on my gixxer, all I did was short shift on that one straight, not racing after all. I did have another bike with a db killer on in case the gixxer was too loud though.
     
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    Awesome thanks!
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    They can take the noise level anywhere of course, that seemed to be the area they were using for testing when I was there.
     

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