Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2000 15:31:55 GMT
From: cburiannopsams.ll.mit.edu (Christopher Burian)
Subject: Re: [Fwd: [Fwd: Nebraska Bill Prohibits Turbo Chargers, Super Chargers & Nitrous Oxide]]


In article <38C6FC00.DF6A2BBEnopsamenpictures.com>, Phil Sharkey <philnopsamenpictures.com> wrote: ><!doctype html public "-//w3c//dtd html 4.0 transitional//en"> ><html> >LEGISLATIVE ALERT ><p>Nebraska Introduces Bill to Prohibit Turbo Chargers, Super Chargers, >Nitrous Oxide and Fuel Enhancers ><p>    A bill (L.B. 688) has been introduced in the Nebraska >legislature that would prohibit the use of fuel power booster delivery >systems on motor vehicles operated in the state. The prohibition would >include any "device or fuel  enhancer . . . that provides a motor >vehicle with the capability to operate at speed in excess of the design >of the  motor vehicle." So, one could affix a blower to a vehicle that is already RPM limited, such as any typical muscle car, but could not swap a 4-bbl carb for a 2-bbl on a grocery-getter. Interesting how politicians think within their tiny little minds...

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