so it points down at something like a 45 degree angle toward the road surface? guess that could diminish the sound projection to the countryside a bit
from the pics someone posted of their newly purchased stage II, it says right on the part, "For off-road use only"samberken said:Can anyone tells me the difference? in terms of power, noise etc.
Is it street legal?
zvezdah1 said:I shouldn't imagine any of the aftermarket Lotus exhausts would be street legal, as they're OEM, they have to conform to the emissions, noise etc. Stamping it off road removes them from the liability, Every single aftermarket sportbike pipe is off road use only.
BrianK said:from the pics someone posted of their newly purchased stage II, it says right on the part, "For off-road use only"
so my guess is no, it's not street legal.
ahh... good point. I wonder what the legality of installing one aftermarket would be then. Being that it has no effect on emissions, I would guess that, as long as it fits within your local noise laws, it's fine on the road.Patricko said:I think what Chris is saying is that we have some funny laws and if the car did not have that exhaust when it was certified then it would have to say "Track Use Only" or some variation of that