It’s a biker life reality. New Noise regulations in many states require lower sound levels from motorcycles. In many cities new noise ordinances are already in effect and are being enforced. Rocky Mountain Performance thinks that they have resolved (part) of the issue by allowing your aftermarket pipes to produce noise levels that will quiet down your bike at typical around-town cruising speeds to make you less of a target of your police officers.
It’s called “Quiet Riot Auto-Sensing Exhaust Baffles“. Baffles on the market are designed for only setting. At higher RPM’s they are too restrictive and rob power and sound. Some Slip-On Baffles can be rotated a lever to change from quiet to loud, but of course you have first to get off your bike for the adjustment, just before you get caught with your pipes open.
“Quiet-Riot® Auto Sensing Exhaust Baffles” work with your existing exhaust to provide back pressure and noise reduction at lower RPM’s. but also less restriction and more growl at higher RPM’s. Rocky Mountain Performance claims that their unique baffles have an unique active element that moves in response to exhaust pressure to reduce restriction at higher RPM’s, improve both torque and horsepower in the midrange (the most useable part of the power band) over straight pipes.. Still, you should check your local state or city ordinances. Intrigued? Baffled? Call Rick on my behalf at 970-215-2515 or visit Rocky Mountain Performance.