my temporary registration expires at the end of the month and the guy i was relying on for smog ended up bein all-talk. u think u could help me get in contact with ur dude? right now dmv has my plates, tags, and the cars title withheld until im able to show em smog certification. :paceingsunnys14 wrote:i got a hookup here in sac, but i havent talked to him in a while so im not sure hes cool anymore...
hazw8st, u got mail!hazw8st wrote:
The best way to pass smog gentlemen is the legal way, you can pass smog by piggybacking a Standalone ECU and adjusting the 44 fuel, ignition and timing parameters. By doing just this and adding 17% MTBE fuel additive to total volume of fuel...
Can you tell me exactly what he does, how much it costs and how long it takes. I'll be needing his services before next summer.vinhisbored wrote:jay garrett is the man. [hazw8st].
the transaction was completely smooth. guy will definitely take care of you.
interesting....I'll be shooting you an email asking for more details. where did you get all this knowledge?! are you an former cop or something haha..hazw8st wrote:
No, you cannot shake a ref ticket, once you get a ref ticket, you are stuck. Only way out of it is to make the vehicle stock. I still don't understand why people wait until the last minute to smog exempt and CARB exempt their vehicles.
With smog exemption you can forget about smogging the vehicle altogether, the smog exemption is even owner transferable. With CARB exemption, you can run around with an RB motor, an open exhaust, a huge atmospheric blow-off valve, FMIC and no emissions equipment and still not EVER get a ref ticket.
Even if a cop pulls you over, they cannot give you a ref ticket if the vehicle is CARB exempted. Search as you may, California smog exemption and CARB exemption are unknown legal loopholes.
CARB is California Air Resources Board, CARB exemption means that the vehicle is exempted from any and all CARB emissions mandates. There are 100% legal ways of doing just that.
Why is it that people don't wise up and do things the LEGAL way?
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Back from dead.....Bump for more SR20 smog info.....Takeoff wrote:hazw8st can really help you out. He registered and smogged my vehicle, no problem. I would recommend him to anyone on here who needs help.
in CA, that is what they call "clean piping". if a smog tech gets caught doing that, its a large fine with 2 years in prison. plus your licence to practice in the state is revoked. CA takes smog too serious.ghx407 wrote:Passing smog tests in California sounds hard. In Puerto Rico we pay the smog test guy $20 and he'll just put the smeller on any other car he has around that passes the test while typing in your car's info into the system. The smog test by itself costs $11, so it comes out total to $31.