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Old February 25th, 2015, 12:52 PM   #1
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Termignoni dB ok for German roads?

hi there.

A question for our German friends on here, as I am riding through Germany on my way to Austria.
I have the Termignoni exhaust on my HS. Is it conform the German rules? It sounds quite loud that's all.
Should I take the invoice with me on the trip?

Just to be sure when I run into the Polizei

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Old February 26th, 2015, 05:45 AM   #2
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hi there.

A question for our German friends on here, as I am riding through Germany on my way to Austria.
I have the Termignoni exhaust on my HS. Is it conform the German rules? It sounds quite loud that's all.
Should I take the invoice with me on the trip?

Just to be sure when I run into the Polizei

Dank im voraus

if the Termingnoni is legal in Belgium and it is in your bike papers and your bike is legal in Belgium with this exhaust, you are allowed to use it in all other countries of course without problems.

The only problem you can have in Austria, and i think it's the same in Germany, if Police measures db coming out of your exhaust and these db are max. 3 db more than what is written in your bike papers and bike licence, you will loose your licence tag immediatly, if you are unlucky.
At least in Austria this is the case with in Austria licenced bikes.
And, this also can happen with completly stock bikes.
If its too loud, no paper work helps. But as always, it depends on the police officer.

But, even its possible that you will meet a police control with equipment and measuremnt for loudness, it's quite unlikely it will happen to you.
I drive bikes since 37 years in austria and never had a loundness measurement. Mostly this happens locally for Mopeds with 50ccm.
But, as loud pipes occurence increases, also these measure brigades increase, and a friend of me had such a measurement at a testride with a new R1200GS, which was licenced to BMW Vienna. Regardless of that beeing a demobike, they measured, and he was 1db louder than papers told. but as written, 3db tolerance.

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Ferdi


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Old February 26th, 2015, 07:59 PM   #3
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Damn, if only the Polizei would enforce exhaust noise in California the way they do in Western Europe. The obnoxious A-holes on their POS Harley's would be silenced once and for all!
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Old March 18th, 2015, 08:55 AM   #4
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if the Termingnoni is legal in Belgium and it is in your bike papers and your bike is legal in Belgium with this exhaust, you are allowed to use it in all other countries of course without problems.

The only problem you can have in Austria, and i think it's the same in Germany, if Police measures db coming out of your exhaust and these db are max. 3 db more than what is written in your bike papers and bike licence, you will loose your licence tag immediatly, if you are unlucky.
At least in Austria this is the case with in Austria licenced bikes.
And, this also can happy with completly stock bikes.
If its too loud, no paper work helps. But as always, it depends on the police officer.

But, even its possible that you will meet a police control with equipment and measuremnt for loudness, it's quite unlikely it will happen to you.
I drive bikes since 37 years in austria and never had a loundness measurement. Mostly this happens locally for Mopeds with 50ccm.
But, as loud pipes occurence increases, also thes measure brigades increase, and a friend of me had such a measurement at a testride with a new R1200GS, which was licenced to BMW Vienna. Regardless of that beeing a demobike, they measured, and he was 1db louder than papers told. but as written, 3db tolerance.

Kind Regards,
Ferdi


bitteschön
thanks Ferdi, much appreciated
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