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Old 10-26-2012, 03:16 PM   #1
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Newbie here, Need help identifying a Cold air

Hi FF, newbie here needing help with identifying this part. It has a K&N Filter on it, but I am not sure what intake it is, the sticker was washed off when someone steam cleaned the engine and I am unable to pass smog because it doesn't have the sticker. Can anyone help me out here from these pictures please and thank you?








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You can buy carb stickers off eBay pick one up
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you'd think people at smog testing would have seen enough of these to just pass it anyways
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you'd think people at smog testing would have seen enough of these to just pass it anyways
You would think smog guys would pass it anyway CARB or not. They all know CARB is a complete joke and is just there to bring in extra money. It cost about $25,000 per model year to get something CARB approved. So Cosworth CIA being approved for 04/05 means $50,000 to CARB.
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The only reason why you could potentially fail your smog test is because the stock black box connected to the throttle body has a hydrocarbon trap that retain the toxic gases that come back through the intake when you turn off your engine. When you turn it back on, those gases will be ingested back and burned by the engine. So IMO ....big fail to anyone saying you could FAIL your smog test!
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The only reason why you could potentially fail your smog test is because the stock black box connected to the throttle body has a hydrocarbon trap that retain the toxic gases that come back through the intake when you turn off your engine. When you turn it back on, those gases will be ingested back and burned by the engine. So IMO ....big fail to anyone saying you could FAIL your smog test!
This is completely untrue. It failed because the state of California says its not ok to have unless it has a CARB sticker on it saying its ok to have even though it is most likely the exact same design as one with out a sticker saying its ok. I shit you not, that is the logic of California when it come to "smog related items"

So IMO... big fail to you for not knowing CA/CARB laws/regulations before saying having the intake wont make you fail smog...
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