Okay, my question back in the first page of the original California-DynoJet thread got lost because the Global Warming subject quickly took over the thread. So I'm hoping to get some opinions on my question that I'm re-asking here:
With DynoJet getting sued and losing, does anyone think that the after-market exhaust companies are next? I'm certainly no authority on motorcycle engines but from my rudimentary understanding of the exhaust system, if someone like Yoshimura were to make a "Cali" compliant after-market exhaust (emissions, noise), at-that-point, wouldn't that just be pointless unless all you're going for is looks (e.g. poser points) because performance wouldn't be increased? And the exhaust becomes even more pointless because you can't run a PCIII on it anymore, right?
And I just thought of another question: Do you think that it will reach a point where all after-market exhausts on all vehicles (like those annoying fart-cans on the rice-burners) will become a primary, ticketable offense?