Miles wrote:Here you go http://www.modelsolutions.ca/catalog_sound_systems.htm
spinningmagnets wrote: Perhaps a two-stroke scooter sound, on an EV-scoot?
spinningmagnets wrote:Over on VisforV a while back there was a discussion about citizens expressing concern over how quiet electric vehicles are (bikes/scooters/motos/cars)
In the bay area there is talk about a LAW requiring sound generators that have a minimum dB so pedestrians hear them coming and don't inadvertently step out in front of them. Some concern over blind pedestrians...
Joey wrote:Hey Doctorbass,
I think the real reason that you are pursuing an ICE motor sound for your e-bike is to make one more try at actually getting served in a McDonalds drive-thru. Come on doc, fess up.
If I recall correctly from one of your earlier posts, the first time they wouldn't serve you was because your vehicle didn't have a steering wheel, and the second time they wouldn't serve you was because they said that you didn't have a motor. I suppose the second time was more irritating because you probably had a more powerful motor than the ICE scooter that got served in front of you. Maybe a motor sound will help, but I suspect that their next argument will probably be that you don't have a motor vehicle license plate on your e-bike.
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