If you really want to know, take it outside. Everything sounds louder inside, especially if its a confined area like a shop. Rule of thumb, if you (as a snowmobile enthusiast) thinks its loud, somebody that isn't will think it is WAY too loud.
Better get it checked out. I know in my area, we don't need anymore trails shut down because of excessive loud pipes. Not everyone likes the sound of pipes at 2 am.
Are they stock?? If so not much the DNR can do. If they aren't they are going to make you quiet them down or go back to stock.
Around here you will not get stopped on the trail, but at gas stations. The main gas station on the trail in my town, you come in the back, and by the time you see the dnr guy sitting there it is too late.
Here in Wisconsin, I would be 20 bucks they will say its too loud. They will do anything to piss us off and get money. When we were four wheeling up north with our 400 ex's both equipped with loud FMF pipes and a Yoshimura, we got pulled over and we were THIS close to getting a ticket. They aren't that lenient on it. Good luck though..
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