View Full Version : Laws against glasspacks?
04-16-2004, 12:16 PM
:bull: I got pulled over by the state police, and aside from the list of other stuff I have to fix, he told me that glasspacks were illegal. This is no problem to me cause I needed a reason to buy flowmaster 40's anyway, but I have never heard of laws against glasspacked mufflers. I currently live in Wisconsin, which is not db. regulated "no machine that tells you your exaust is too loud" but he said my Thrush glasspacks were not leagal. He mentioned needing a chambered muffler. Anyone else heard of this.
By the way the Flowmasters sound great:devil:
04-16-2004, 02:54 PM
I heard in Cali they won't allow over a certain DB. It was probably just the cop being an ass. I used to run stock manifold, Y pipe straigh back, no muffler no cat. It was pretty loud when you stepped on it. I rememebr once toolig down the highway next to some soccer mom and the guy in front of me changed lanes so I had a clear shot up to 120, I florred it. once passing gear kicked in the lady next to me spit coffee all over her dash. It was quite comical . . . so what were we talking about agian?? Ohh right, anyways when ever you get pulled over, always ALWAYS shut your car off before the cop gets out of his. That way he won't hear how loud it really.
04-16-2004, 02:59 PM
Read the law very carefully. I think you will find that TECHNICALLY almost any exhaust change from stock is "illegal".
04-16-2004, 04:07 PM
in MN your required to have a muffler
04-16-2004, 05:18 PM
The Law states that any modification, to the stock system can not exceed the original equiptment's sound output, and has to be chambered or muffeled by some other mechanical device. I read it, I bet he'll really like these series 40's and my 4, 3" turn up tips out the back
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