Thank you. I may take you up on that. Is there someone "officially" trained to measure the sound? That's a stipulation in Title 67. Passing the test won't be a problem whatsoever. Legally, there is no RPM requirement for the test so I just have to drop it into 6th and cruise on by...it's a poorly thought out law. lol However, I would like to see how loud I can make it if I try so I have a frame of reference. When you got yours measured, was it at the tailpipe? The PA law states the mic can be 50' away and has modifiers to adust up to (I believe, 20'). If you measured ~89 at the tailpipe, at 50' you'd be under the max at full throttle! That's about what I had thought, but what do I know? My ears are as calibrated as the cops'! lol
I called Invidia and I couldn't understand 80% of what the guy was saying; he didn't speak english well. Bottom line was he had no data.
I talked to the State Police in Schwenksville, and the tropper I spoke with was a decent guy to talk with. Short version, they don't have the EQ nor did he know of anyone who did. He suggested an inspection station or a votech school. I said I thought it had to be a trained cop and he said no, they just need to be proppery trained....so anyone with training pertaining to sound measurement would suffice. I went to Welsh Subaru (my dealership) and they didn't have any EQ nor did they know of anyone who did. They did suggest Phoenix Racing. I called them and they didn't have the EQ either but the guy said he'd make some phone calls to see if he could track some down and get back to me. This was this past Friday.
NASIOC....wow. What could I say. Most of the people were cool, but those two dolts just didn't have a clue. I posted on TST as well, and everyone over there was really cool. I thought I was doing people a favor by sharing; I'm sure others have already and/or will have to deal with a similar situation. Those two are the kind of people I'd just want to backhand. It's impossible to reason with someone who doesn't use logic. The saddest part of it was that they actually believed what they were saying.