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Exhausts and Noise Levels

Discussion in 'Track Days' started by Gankmasterflex, Mar 4, 2013.

  1. JAMSXR

    JAMSXR

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    2015 - pliers worked when testing in my driveway but the heat form the track session caused it lock into place.

    Just took it to my dealer and they have a tool that they inserted into the can and expanded to pull it out - it still needed quite some force.

    Keen to get a custom baffle to help reduce noise and hopefully be a better fit.
     
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    ok cool mate. i've found running the bike for a bit, then getting the pliers on can help. or a set of mole grips.
     
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  3. 12volt

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    Heya guys. Trackday virgin here but planning to go that way.Hopefully be picking a few noggins saturday.
    I notice that the Werkes pipe DB is empty so I was wondering if any1 got a reliable meter on phone or sommit (as I dont have smart phone)
    that might be able to test mine on the last part of fest run.
    Can bring baffles along to.
    Just an idea.
    Cheers
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  4. Alind08

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    Do you have db levels for SC project crt and austin racing?
     
  5. Gavin

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    2013 - Arrow slip on with a custom link pipe, (No exhaust valve/servo) with baffle in at MSV at Bedford. A few weeks ago it hit 103DB however the tester had the DB meter pretty much right up the pipe! Normally it is 100DB consistently with baffle in. Baffle out i would say circa 106DB (Guessing).
     
  6. had to repack my full race arrows with baffle in it scraped 102 which is no limits cut off
     
  7. joeydaytona

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    My 09 ran 98 at oulton the other day
    That 2 brothers carbon can, no baffle and cat in i was surprised as everyone thinks its daft loud. Gna get a decat over the winter i think any thoughts
     
  8. think i may have already entered,stock 675r 99db decat with end can baffle101[remus] full race arrows stage3 675r 102 wih full baffle without bloody loud 110 upover
     
  9. tooslow

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    try mark hill MHP . I have full race system with mhp can 99db wihout baffles . clubman can with link pipe was about £220 delivered
     
  10. Keith15

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    2014 Daytona with decat headers, SC Project M2 can and baffle - 100db at a beautifully sunny, blue skied Cadwell yesterday. 4 bars showing on the temperature gauge at the time.
     
  11. 2010 Daytona 675
    With cat no exup
    Arrow exhaust without baffle 101.9 at
    Brands GP fully warmed up
     
  12. Kirklet

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    Well after my recent trackday at Cadwell mine registered 98db which I though was good. I’m not sure I had it at exactly 6500 revs mind you.

    06 bike

    Standard headers
    de-cat and exup removed.
    48mm x 2.5mm wall stainless pipe welded in place.
    MWR race filter.
    Scorpion slip on race can with no baffle.
    Running the full arrows fuel map.

    I made a jig at work to remove the exup and cat. I still have this if anybody needs any 06-08 headers sorting out.
     
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  13. Kirklet

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    Forgot to add, 2 weeks later and the only difference being it was 5 degrees colder (5 degrees on the day) and I drove straight up to the noise testing guys, no waiting in a queue and the exhaust blew 102 dB ! :erm:
    Make of that what you will. :whistle:
     
  14. StMarks

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    Fwiw I always let the bike get up to temp before noise testing, as it's definitely noisier when cold.
     

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