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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old August 22nd, 2006, 09:55 Thread Starter
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Emissions Exemption Documentation

I'm proposing this as a sticky. Hopefully the Moderators will agree.

I think this is a good place to post documentation concerning the legality of various aftermarket components. I think it would be best to stick to official documents, as opposed to anecdotal claims about "what I passed with at the Amoco station in Hoboken."

Here, for instance is a link to the CARB (California Air Resources Board) exemption letter for the Greddy Intercooler:

Geddy IC CARB Exemption (PDF file)

Here's the exemption documentation for the HKS intercooler:

HKS IC CARB Exemption

CARB exemption documentation for various HKS Sport Turbo Upgrades.

HKS Turbo Epgrade CARB Exemption

HKS Turbo Epgrade CARB Exemption

HKS Turbo Epgrade CARB Exemption

HKS Turbo Epgrade CARB Exemption

HKS Turbo Epgrade CARB Exemption

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How about some for intake, intake manifold, exhaust manifold, headers, and cat back?
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Exemptions should apply to obsolete parts. As an example, I have an '87 FX16.
The pipe that connects the AFM to the throttle body is ridiculously hard to find. I have an aluminum tube as a replacement part. It maintains the stock location and orientation of the AFM. It's not the stock part, so they call it a modification and disallow it. Point is the original piping is no longer manufactured, nor is it readily available. Options are not offered.
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