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Old 04-21-2010, 05:53 PM   #15
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Soon I'll be adding a C.A.R.B legal tag to all the mods on the list that are legal.
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Old 04-21-2010, 06:02 PM   #16
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Cams, heads, shorty headers, catback exhaust, bore/stroke, supercharger...there's a lot we can do.
I have not seen ANY cams that are CARB-legal... I suppose you could do an OEM grind, like an LS7 or LS6 (if you had the older heads) but I haven't seen any CARB-legal cam grinds out there. There are supposed "cheater" cams out there, but I don't know that they have the correct split to work with the rectagular-style heads.

If you ask me, I'd add a CARB-legal SC and pulley-up!!! CAIs are different, because I know I've seen only one, so far, with CARB numbers (though I don't recall which it was - probably K&N or AEM or something...), but the smog ref' never asked where the numbers were for my lid on my old '02. That's an actual BAR ref', but I don't know if he just didn't think about it, or he knew it wouldn't change anything.

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You live in KALIFORNIA. Enjoy the year round driving season, stop complaining and just keep paying your taxes. Where do you think you are, Wisconsin? You are lucky you don't get a ticket for posting such stuff.
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What about a list of whats the most we could do for both Legal AND keep the warranty?
Shorties, CatBack...
You'd think you could find something, but there's no resource.

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Soon I'll be adding a C.A.R.B legal tag to all the mods on the list that are legal.
http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=14723
I, too, thought about this, but I haven't seen anything in the database that has anything newer than like 2006. Hell - I didn't even find the number MAgnuson acquired for their 2300! I've been meaning to call BAR back to see if there's another on-line resource, but the one I kee running into is rubbish.
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Old 04-23-2010, 02:21 PM   #17
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Everytime I here of something cool to do to get some better performance I keep getting hit by California only laws. We can we actually do in this state to upgrade our cars?
You have many, many options - You are so close to us...stop by and we will show you the options.
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Old 05-19-2010, 03:35 PM   #18
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who cares whats legal and not you only live once do what you want and if you get a fix it ticket ....... fix it and put it right back !!!!lol
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Old 05-27-2010, 05:13 PM   #19
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lot of options for keeping it legal.... give us a call we can run some ideas by you
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Old 05-28-2010, 02:58 AM   #20
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I was thinking intially of CAI, LT Headers(OUT), Highflow Cat(Most likely OUT), and a Catback. With a tune I figured I'd be good


Do you know any police officers? most of them could care LESS that you have longtube headers, let alone even knowing what they are or how to detect them. I have been driving around california with everything you said is "out" for 10,000 miles now. If some jack off rookie cop writes a ticket.. I have my friend sign off on it... if you dont know an officer, you put the LEGAL part back on, and have an officer sign off on it. Real easy.. Now go out and buy what you want and stop worring about these laws.
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Old 05-28-2010, 10:28 AM   #21
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Do you know any police officers? most of them could care LESS that you have longtube headers, let alone even knowing what they are or how to detect them. I have been driving around california with everything you said is "out" for 10,000 miles now. If some jack off rookie cop writes a ticket.. I have my friend sign off on it... if you dont know an officer, you put the LEGAL part back on, and have an officer sign off on it. Real easy.. Now go out and buy what you want and stop worring about these laws.
If you get a ticket for LTs, or a illegal part, it can be a non-correctable violation, which means technically, if you drive it around before being corrected, you can get another bigger ticket. You can take it to a BAR Ref', for a test, but it's not necessary. Still, the fine can go up to $250, and I was never able to get a clear understanding if the car could be confiscated for driving without corrections but I know first hand. If you get a non-correctable ticket, it can't be signed off.
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Old 05-28-2010, 11:21 AM   #22
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Just in case (if you can) keep you original parts to put back on.
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Old 05-28-2010, 11:23 AM   #23
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Just in case (if you can) keep you original parts to put back on.
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Old 05-28-2010, 03:55 PM   #24
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If you get a ticket for LTs, or a illegal part, it can be a non-correctable violation, which means technically, if you drive it around before being corrected, you can get another bigger ticket. You can take it to a BAR Ref', for a test, but it's not necessary. Still, the fine can go up to $250, and I was never able to get a clear understanding if the car could be confiscated for driving without corrections but I know first hand. If you get a non-correctable ticket, it can't be signed off.
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If you can get out of what I'd gotten with your statement
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Old 05-29-2010, 04:15 AM   #26
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If you get a ticket for LTs, or a illegal part, it can be a non-correctable violation, which means technically, if you drive it around before being corrected, you can get another bigger ticket. You can take it to a BAR Ref', for a test, but it's not necessary. Still, the fine can go up to $250, and I was never able to get a clear understanding if the car could be confiscated for driving without corrections but I know first hand. If you get a non-correctable ticket, it can't be signed off.
I can handle a $250 ticket. i do have all of my stock parts which I could put back on. This state has so many other issues to worry about then me having longtube headers and a high flow cat.
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