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#2339021 - 08/06/11 08:41 AM Getting tired of flatulent exhaust noises.
Popinski Offline


Registered: 07/03/08
Posts: 1707
Loc: Ohio, USA
Ok. In my neighborhood, we have people with modified V8's and Diesels and they sound very nice. They work first shift and they are considerate to not rev their engines in the morning.

Well..........things have changed. Last week, we had a family move in and unfortunately two of them have big [censored] exhausts. One guy has a 1994ish Honda Civic and another has an old school Mazda 323. What's worse is that one of them is neon orange and another is lime green. Both says "Hernandez" in the back in Gothic font. Every morning, noon, night, it doesn't matter, they rev their engines so loud and gun it down the streets.

Questions:

1. Why do people think flatulent sounds cool?
2. Why are people so inconsiderate to others, especially when moving into a peaceful neighborhood?
3. Why do people waste their money on annoying exhaust instead of using the money properly on basic repairs on the car?
4. Why aren't these illegal yet?

My Elantra is beat up and old but I take great care of it and my engine and exhaust is quiet because I used money to fix them if they're broken.


Edited by Popinski (08/06/11 08:43 AM)
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#2339024 - 08/06/11 08:50 AM Re: Getting tired of flatulent exhaust noises. [Re: Popinski]
Tim4mods Offline


Registered: 03/12/11
Posts: 51
Loc: North Carolina
I know exactly what you mean I myself don't think it sounds cool there are some execptions but yes they can be quite annoying in the morning going by sometimes it doesn't matter what time it is. Carefull though there are some people on here that could get offended.
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#2339025 - 08/06/11 08:52 AM Re: Getting tired of flatulent exhaust noises. [Re: Popinski]
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Registered: 06/15/03
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#2339026 - 08/06/11 08:52 AM Re: Getting tired of flatulent exhaust noises. [Re: Popinski]
AstroTurf Offline


Registered: 12/28/09
Posts: 532
Loc: Richmond, VA
Modified V8s or Diesels with loud exhaust are just as bad as a Modified 4 cylnder...

Different Strokes for Different Folks. Go buy some earplugs or Buy their house.

Hope it helps, Jim

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#2339029 - 08/06/11 08:57 AM Re: Getting tired of flatulent exhaust noises. [Re: Popinski]
simple_gifts Offline


Registered: 07/26/04
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Quote:

3. Why do people waste their money on annoying exhaust instead of using the money properly on basic repairs on the car?


Is it evident they are not maintaining their cars; I believe no one's hobby stands up to any economic scrutiny.
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#2339041 - 08/06/11 09:22 AM Re: Getting tired of flatulent exhaust noises. [Re: simple_gifts]
01rangerxl Offline


Registered: 04/08/06
Posts: 8976
Loc: Birmingham, AL
Originally Posted By: simple_gifts
Quote:

3. Why do people waste their money on annoying exhaust instead of using the money properly on basic repairs on the car?


Is it evident they are not maintaining their cars; I believe no one's hobby stands up to any economic scrutiny.


I've seen a lot of pooting (since the other word is banned) Japanese cars that are also huge oil burners. Mitsubishis are usually the worst offenders. If you hear that exhaust note and see smoke, there's a good chance its an Eclipse, 3000GT, or better yet a Mirage.


Edited by 01rangerxl (08/06/11 09:23 AM)
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#2339042 - 08/06/11 09:23 AM Re: Getting tired of flatulent exhaust noises. [Re: Popinski]
Cutehumor Offline


Registered: 12/10/02
Posts: 9364
Loc: USA
Pop, your neighborhood sounds scary to live in!
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#2339046 - 08/06/11 09:32 AM Re: Getting tired of flatulent exhaust noises. [Re: Popinski]
Rand Offline


Registered: 08/20/03
Posts: 11395
Loc: NE,Ohio
where in ohio is this..

I'm up by akron currently.

my street is ok by me.. but go about a 1/2 mile north and its the gangsta zone.... what that thunder... noo its gunshots.

the 40 thugs spilling off the corner and into the road is kinda scary too.

My favorite is the people driving on the wrong side of the road because of parked cars.. think they have the right of way and will drive right up to you head on instead of ducking off to a side thats clear (ie end of driveway) then start honking and waving arms.




Edited by Rand (08/06/11 09:35 AM)
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#2339047 - 08/06/11 09:35 AM Re: Getting tired of flatulent exhaust noises. [Re: Popinski]
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Registered: 10/10/08
Posts: 18149
Loc: Sunny Florida
Loud exhausts are my pet peeve. Between the Harley's, Sake suckers, and the hot rodders the noise level can be considerable!

Just wait till you get behind the tuned diesels that BELCH black smoke when they drop the hammer. Generally too [censored] loud as well.

There are laws on the books but they are rarely enforced.
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#2339063 - 08/06/11 09:59 AM Re: Getting tired of flatulent exhaust noises. [Re: Popinski]
Spazdog Offline


Registered: 09/06/10
Posts: 5941
Loc: Arlington
Some people equate noise with power.

One of the quickest street cars I ever saw was a very quiet GNX. You could hear the turbo and the street slicks slapping at the pavement more than you could the engine's exhaust note

I have an aftermarket exhaust (Racing Beat) but my exhaust is actually quieter than the factory exhaust on my Chrysler.

My Chrysler actually has a muffler, but is still almost as noisy as a Neon SRT/4 that came from the factory with no mufflers. Turbochargers usually sort of muffle the exhaust sound...I guess that's what the SRT engineers were counting on when they didn't include mufflers.

I never get above 30mph in my neighborhood. Throttle input is minimal and I don't think my car sees anything north of 2500 rpm so even with a (relatively quiet) exhaust, my neighbors get minimal sound.

Wish I could say the same about the MarkIV Jetta, V10 F250, and several of the motorcyclists in my neighborhood. The V10/glasspack combination sounds like [gluteus], the Volkswagen driver apparently needs everybody to know his car is turbocharged because he is constantly revving and letting it blow off, the Harley riders must need more practice taking off from a stopsign because they all rev way too high, and the sportbike riders are all 2 gear queers. Seriously. Why are you driving around at 10,000 rpm? UPSHIFT YOU IDIOT!!!!
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#2339065 - 08/06/11 10:02 AM Re: Getting tired of flatulent exhaust noises. [Re: SteveSRT8]
sciphi Offline


Registered: 03/24/07
Posts: 10004
Loc: Upstate NY
Originally Posted By: SteveSRT8
Just wait till you get behind the tuned diesels that BELCH black smoke when they drop the hammer. Generally too [censored] loud as well.

There are laws on the books but they are rarely enforced.

I saw a jacked-up diesel pickup with a bumper sticker that read "Get Back or It'll Get Black!". Appreciate the sentiment of not tailgating, but rolling coal is lame. I'd think his truck were out of tune if I didn't know better.

There's a murdered-out Escape with a weedeater exhaust down the street from me. Fortunately it's rarely driven.

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#2339067 - 08/06/11 10:07 AM Re: Getting tired of flatulent exhaust noises. [Re: Popinski]
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Registered: 05/16/11
Posts: 937
Loc: Chicago
Silly Mexicans


If your offended, you don't live and experience what I do. Beat up cars with loud exhaust, odd colors, beat to heck, and lots of stickers. NO consideration for others and you better hope to god you don't get into an accident with them. They have (if any) the cheapest, local foreign insurance possible.

At least they work however.....
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#2339070 - 08/06/11 10:09 AM Re: Getting tired of flatulent exhaust noises. [Re: Popinski]
GROUCHO MARX Offline


Registered: 07/24/02
Posts: 11410
Loc: The Sandhills of NewYorkistan
Are you sure it's their cars making these noises and they're not eating excessive amounts of beans?
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#2339071 - 08/06/11 10:11 AM Re: Getting tired of flatulent exhaust noises. [Re: Popinski]
Virtuoso Offline


Registered: 02/25/03
Posts: 2698
Loc: Lincoln, NE
Out here in the sticks, you run into the tricked-out diesel trucks more often than the flatulence-can Hondas. In some ways, I find them even more annoying. I don't find the loud bloaty exhaust note of a diesel sexy at all (most hicks probably do); and the black smoke that consumes you behind them is nasty.

It's even better if they're raised just a little, and the exhaust is pointed right at your car's open window.

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#2339075 - 08/06/11 10:15 AM Re: Getting tired of flatulent exhaust noises. [Re: Popinski]
beanoil Offline


Registered: 10/17/04
Posts: 2444
Loc: Midwest, Illinois
Hernandez in script is kinda like African Americans wearing their pants below their behind. It's hard not to stereo-type when the evidence is as loud as a late eighty's big body with the truck deck rattling from a 2000 dollar stereo in a 700 dollar car. Every police car says "To protect and to Serve". Make them serve a citation. And if your neighbors are like minded, form an organized neighborhood with city recognition, and have the ubiquitous "Neighborhood Watch" signs posted.
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