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TOPIC: Re:AIS & Calif. emissions
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AIS & Calif. emissions 4 Years, 8 Months ago  
I have an 07 Midnight stock airbox with K&N filter and I just recieved my block off kit from Barons for my AIS. My questions is should I take off the Calif. emissions bull shit too?? Is there anything I need to complete the job? Any caps,plugs,etc? Thanks, Ken
 
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Re:AIS & Calif. emissions 4 Years, 8 Months ago  
Take off everything!!! It will run so much better.
 
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Re:AIS & Calif. emissions 4 Years, 8 Months ago  
I'm not positive if it's LEGAL to remove the charcoal cansister in Kalifornia, or if it was just required on NEW vehicles sold in the state. I would get a definitive answer before I just started ripping it off there. Would be a pain to dig up if you chunked it and found out you had to have it.
Just 2 cents from a guy that lives in another state! I know Kalifornia is all jacked up on some stuff.
 
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Re:AIS & Calif. emissions 4 Years, 8 Months ago  
I know they don't check it after you registered the first time.I would keep all the parts just in case and no it's not legal but the heck with them. Ken
 
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Re:AIS & Calif. emissions 4 Years, 8 Months ago  
"WARNING: Federal law makes it illegal for ANYONE to tamper with, disconnect, remove or otherwise render inoperative ANY emissions-related control device."

Except me... I pulled mine...

Do you have to get "smog checked" for registration in Calif? I doubt the guy would know what he was (or wasn't) looking at.
 
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Re:AIS & Calif. emissions 4 Years, 8 Months ago  
sprt220 wrote:
no it's not legalRules are meant to be broken.
 
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Re:AIS & Calif. emissions 4 Years, 8 Months ago  
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[quote]"WARNING: Federal law makes it illegal for ANYONE to tamper with, disconnect, remove or otherwise render inoperative ANY emissions-related control device."


Isnt' that a quote from a mattress tag
 
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Re:AIS & Calif. emissions 4 Years, 8 Months ago  
I thought they were smog checking 2008 and up out there, but like I said, I've only been a visitor in that freaky world, and read a lot in bike mags about their predisposition for writing dumbass laws that do not make life the least bit better for the populace.
 
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Re:AIS & Calif. emissions 4 Years, 8 Months ago  
No they don't do smog checks here. Only the first time you register not after that. Ken
 
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Re:AIS & Calif. emissions 4 Years, 8 Months ago  
Motorcycles never require a Smog check in California EVER!! Not even when you buy it.


 
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