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well i have a friend with 2000 civic and got pulled over for aftermarket muffler and for how loud it was.
my mustang is by far louder and i have no problem with cops and my exhaust. she has to go to court over it for a noise violation. her car is not that loud! its crazy. i cant find any laws sayin about this. im sure there are but any info is wanted and appriciated. she has a fee and a summons for this. i think its crazy.
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yeai kno but i think its so rediculous. and its in roanoke. ha a cop owning a mustang around here? ur crazy. i see mustangs everywhere and im sure that at least one cop does. but most either have their own crown vic or even worse.....a honda accord or something like that. the cops here are no and like to have no fun
When I visit my father, (he lives in Fredericksburg) he is amazed by the fact I dont get ticketed for my set up. (hes an uptight luwyer thats never gotten a ticket for anything) From what I understand, VA is really strict on inspections, noise, emissions, etc.
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