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Old 01-23-2014, 11:26 AM   #1
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Default ARB Executive Orders D-418-13 for M90 RoushCharger

Took my 08 Mustang GT for smog, and it failed cause the EO for the RouschCharger P/N 13076066M90C is not in the system??

EO#: D-418-13

http://www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/aftermk...es/amquery.php

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Old 01-23-2014, 12:00 PM   #2
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It can be done, I live in Ca. have cams, long tubes, and an M90, all illegal in Ca., you need to find the "right" guy. What I don't understand is how cars were sold right off dealer's showroom floors with M90's dealer installed here in Ca.
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Called Roush, they are sending me an updated sticker...supposed to be D-418-18, that should solve the issue.
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Hopefully that fixes it. Damn Cali you can smoke weed all day but God forbid if you want to have a hot rod.
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Hopefully that fixes it. Damn Cali you can smoke weed all day but God forbid if you want to have a hot rod.
You can do both if you want, you just need to be resourceful.
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Yes sure you can smoke your life away but God forbid you have a masculine hobby like hot rods or guns. Your screwed then.
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Hopefully that fixes it. Damn Cali you can smoke weed all day but God forbid if you want to have a hot rod.
As long as its pre 71 you can do what ever you want. My shoebox shoots 2 foot flames out the lake pipes and gets maybe 7 mpg, cops are fine with it.

I just wish that as long as the car passes the sniff test that anything we do on a modern car becomes legal.
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As long as its pre 71 you can do what ever you want. My shoebox shoots 2 foot flames out the lake pipes and gets maybe 7 mpg, cops are fine with it.

I just wish that as long as the car passes the sniff test that anything we do on a modern car becomes legal.
I thought it was 75 and older?
Yeah, the sniff test is the only one that really matters from a logical perpective, the the ARB doesn't follow logic.

I sometimes wonder why the DMV doesn't offer a hot rod exemption fee, I know there are plenty of people who would be willing to pay a fee so that they can modify their cars the way they want, and then the state could use those fees as grants to help people with beat up daily drivers to get their emission cleaned up... but that would be the logical thing to do.
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I thought it was 75 and older?
Yeah, the sniff test is the only one that really matters from a logical perpective, the the ARB doesn't follow logic.

I sometimes wonder why the DMV doesn't offer a hot rod exemption fee, I know there are plenty of people who would be willing to pay a fee so that they can modify their cars the way they want, and then the state could use those fees as grants to help people with beat up daily drivers to get their emission cleaned up... but that would be the logical thing to do.
Theres your problem. Logical + politics = sorry does not compute
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