how long until you don't have to do emissions?

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Postby bass_lover1 » Wed Dec 14, 2005 4:58 pm

Move to the state south of you and you can skip the emissions all together...We don't have them and haven't had them as long as I can remember.
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Postby Francious70 » Thu Dec 15, 2005 10:17 am

I live in TN, but I register in one of the few county's that dosen't do emissions.
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Postby xtrmaudiocncpts » Thu Dec 15, 2005 10:58 am

Sound_Miata wrote:in VA its 25 years.

don't remove the cat though, headers & exhaust + cat will still be street legal. The gains from removing the cat are neglible in most cases and just pollute more.

the jag lump is actually a nice motor and a derivative of what was used in the Etypes of yore. Why not look at doing something fun like supercharging it and skipping the chevy route (however, if you want the chevy route, I know someone thats done it, I can introduce you).


im not so sure its 25 years i think you can get a antique plate when the car is 21 and as long as you have the antique plates you dont have to do admittions
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Postby Sound_Miata » Thu Dec 15, 2005 1:36 pm

but you are then limited to sub 1k miles a year or something silly to qualify for antique tags.

To drive it more than a rare collector & no emissions is 25 years.

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