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Does anyone have the termignoni racing exhaust on their bike and ride in on the street? specifically in NY? Is it legal? how loud are they? can the sound be somewhat modified or lowered down when riding on the street vs track riding?
If you do ride on the street... do you get stopped by the leos? are you ticketed?
Any feedback would be appreciated...
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I don't have one, but I do know that termi makes a DB killer, which defeats the purpose of a racing exhaust since it is restrictive.
 

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I ride in the city with the Termis. Plenty of louder bikes around. Haven't had a problem (knock on wood) and I've ridden a few blocks alongside police cars. The sound of the pipes are actually even more beneficial in the city, with all the foot traffic, etc.
 

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I ride in the city with the Termis. Plenty of louder bikes around. Haven't had a problem (knock on wood) and I've ridden a few blocks alongside police cars. The sound of the pipes are actually even more beneficial in the city, with all the foot traffic, etc.
Great! Thanks, good to know...
Btw, do you have the racing exhaust? or the steel with DB killers?

I don't have one, but I do know that termi makes a DB killer, which defeats the purpose of a racing exhaust since it is restrictive.
True! But having the DB killer give you the choice to add or remove them accordingly. none at the track, but added on street riding...

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I got the termi's sans baffles and ride around the boroughs all the time. the sport classic is too pretty to ticket.

if you're worried, leave the baffles in. I hear they're pretty quiet that way (pun intended)
 

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There's no such thing as a street legal aftermarket exhaust. It's not about how loud it is...it's all about the EPA stamp.
 

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True! But having the DB killer give you the choice to add or remove them accordingly. I'll definitely add them at the track, but just remove them whenever riding on the streets...

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Wait, shouldn't it be the other way around? Remove at the track, put in for the street?
 
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