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post #31 of 34 Old 04-19-2017, 04:30 PM
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I would say you are right on the money at 102db, I would say its around 100db but thats nittpicking. Sound levels work in an unusual way.
I believe 140 is a jet at take off (from a couple of meters away).
I tried searching for a proper rating and it seems like no one has a proper answer. Would be interesting to see if there's an actual measure of how much noise a modern sport bike makes. Even some tracks have a 108db max.

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post #32 of 34 Old 04-19-2017, 06:42 PM
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I tried searching for a proper rating and it seems like no one has a proper answer. Would be interesting to see if there's an actual measure of how much noise a modern sport bike makes. Even some tracks have a 108db max.
Your google function must be broken. Search for "stock dB level" on the motorcycle of your choice and your query will be answered. You'll also come across charts with dB levels of many of the aftermarket pipes, with measurements at 6 feet, 16 feet and other distances.
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Your google function must be broken. Search for "stock dB level" on the motorcycle of your choice and your query will be answered. You'll also come across charts with dB levels of many of the aftermarket pipes, with measurements at 6 feet, 16 feet and other distances.
I'm not talking about stock. I'm talking about bikes with pipes on them.

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