Moto-X » AMA enforce lower noise limit.


In an ongoing effort to control excessive noise at its Supercross and Motocross events, AMA Racing officials have implemented new sound testing procedures beginning with last weekendfs season opening round of the 2007 Ampfd Mobile AMA Supercross Series.


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George Slocum - Unregistered

April 12, 2008 12:49 AM

Why only test one at a time. The noise issue increases with the introduction of multiple bikes at one time. A single bike going around a track will emit noise that is up and down. Place 20 bikes on the track and the noise will remain a constant. Testing should be considered from this standpoint.

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