If making a bunch of noise helps get noticed(I'm not sure that any credible actual research has been done on this), would it not better to have the exhaust pointing forward to better spread the "alerting noise" to where you are heading instead of where you have been?
My opinion, loud pipes lose rights. An example: when living in MN there was a pretty cool campground about three miles from our house. They allowed no motorcycles. I asked why. Too noisy was the answer that I got. I asked about quiet ones. They said that they didn't want bother with judging the noise levels. This in spite of a Minnesota state law prohibiting discrimination against people depending on mode of transportation when seeking public accommodations, i.e. restaurants, bars, lodging, etc.
Yeah, if you want true ram air tuning, you better be willing to ram some air! (SteveinSunnyFlorida)
'99 Concours(with 234,xxx miles on it), sold
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And most of Canada too, eh?