Ice,There is VERY low probability of anything like this being applicable in any state using a tailpipe sniffer at inspections. There would by no means be any expectation of something like this meeting emission control standards. I might be good, but real miracles are a bit out of my league.
Yes I do. I see California as the key to all this. IF California with its large market falls in love with the UCE and the Fireball Idea the demand will materialize and then the economy of scale could begin coming in to play.I have no real idea about the European market.
Sorry, you're right, I was being to broad. It's just all the mods you want that are illegal If the part meets OEM/CARB specs then it's considered an equivalent swap. For instance, a Fram air filter is just as good as an OEM for your car. Also, there are some filters/mufflers/other parts that flow a little more than stock, are a little louder, and are still legal. The really good ones you think of (Power Commander, loud high flow mufflers) aren't. And of course anything that will push the emissions past allowable limits is out.Also, the ScottOiler is only illegal if you have to tap the same vacuum line that goes to the EVAP canister since that is deemed tampering. Silly since it has no reall effect but that's the letter of the law.Sorry I got over excited in my original statement. Too much sugar today Scott