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Re: CO Posted by ELaw [Email] (#699) [Profile/Gallery] (more from ELaw) on Tue, 15 Oct 2019 05:06:17
In Reply to: Re: California Exhausts..., cheaptech [Profile/Gallery] , Fri, 11 Oct 2019 14:48:43 Members do not see ads below this line. - Help Keep This Site Online - Signup
First, good on you for the coal-rolling thing! I think there should be some reasonable leeway for people to modify cars to increase their performance. But deliberately increasing emissions (probably by a factor of 100) just because you can? That's just stupid and should not be tolerated.
On the EPA certification vs. Harleys thing, I have a funny feeling that won't work. I've never owned one, but as I understand it on those bikes there's an insert inside the exhaust pipe that does the muffling. People remove the insert to make the bike louder but the outer pipe with the "EPA" stamp on it remains intact. So just looking at the outside of the pipe, there's no way to tell the bike's been modified.
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_______________________________________ Eric Law Current collection: '12 Audi A4 quattro (self-tuned) '14 Audi A6 quattro (also self-tuned) Gone but not forgotten: '72 99, '77 99 (became a turbo, twice) '80 900T 5-door, '81 900T, '86 900S (became a turbo), '86 900 SPG '86 9000, '97 9000 Aero A bunch of Audis, '69 Firebird, '64 Toyota Corona (first car, cost $35 and worth every penny) Be alert... America needs more lerts!
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