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10-01-2007, 05:01 PM
Like I said, it's not against the law where i'm from. And once again, I guess you guys dont like racing.
10-01-2007, 05:14 PM
Oh yeah here is a facts list that I found on the net a few years ago.
"Did you know that the production of 2 catalytic converter can produce more emmisions than 2 cars without catalytic converters would produce in their entire lifespan."
"Producing the batteries to run electric cars and hybrids produces more emissions than one standard gasoline vehicle produces in it's entire lifespan."
"EGR systems are now being phased out of production due to the contribution of carbon build-ups in engines, and the fact that if not serviced regularly EGR systems become useless with 100-200Hrs. of engine use."
Im not knocking emissions, it's not illegal to remove emissions equipment in my county so I choose to. I also race almost every weekend, so it doesn't make much sense to keep it on my car. If it's for a daily driver..KEEP your emissions equipment on.
10-01-2007, 06:02 PM
lol, its ppl like you that make my life/carer so damn difficult, yet, inteesting. What does your slightly erronious info about emissions have to do with pulling the emissions components off your rig? like, WHAT are you asking? Can you do it, damn right, should you, well, not realy, no, why shouldnt you? Its most likly above your comprehension.
10-01-2007, 06:07 PM
end of story end of post
10-01-2007, 08:00 PM
"Facts" list? Maybe if you put links so that people could view those few lines in context. But otherwise, all 3 quotes are a crock.
I'm guessing that IF emmissions removal are not illegal in your county, then you don't live in the United States. It's illegal everywhere here.
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