I've recently been pulled over and have been cited a ticket for loud exhaust, but the State Patrol Officer did not use a decibel meter to confirm or deny how loud my exhaust is. https://www.revisor.mn.gov/statutes/?id=169.69&year=2006 There's a link to what he told me as the law which basically says it's up to his discretion, but I don't feel like my exhaust is too loud. If it it proved to be too loud then I'd gladly pay. Has anyone else ever ran in to this? Also if you did have you tried to fight it? https://www.revisor.mn.gov/rules/?id=7030.1060&version=2014-01-18T08:21:37-06:00&format=pdf This link above shows that a motor vehicle can be 80 decibels from X distance in feet from the center of the lane of travel. I already figure it's better I simply pay the find and be done with it, but this happened on my daily route from work to home. So I expect that the officer will gladly be waiting to tag me again next time for what is most likely another $130. If any has any ideas please let me know. Also this is not a fix it ticket or warning it was an actual citation.