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Old 04-02-2018, 07:59 PM
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Default FM Kits have CARB EO

CA people finally getting some more EO options:

https://www.flyinmiata.com/stage-1-t...b-chassis.html

They have a band-aid version of the FM2 for all years.
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so they got it certified with the voodoo? what about timing control?
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so they got it certified with the voodoo? what about timing control?
Yes, and it looks like a static retard. At least for one day.
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Betcha a fully PNP EMS with a FM1 basemap would sell a bit.
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But looks like the nb1s are still not carb legal due to the removal of the 1st cat? :(
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"The only emissions legal turbo setup available for the 1.8!"
Close, at least the only one I'd consider if I needed that EO.

Kudos to them making it happen. Kind of nice to see their new general manager get them into the present-day.
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But looks like the nb1s are still not carb legal due to the removal of the 1st cat? :(
You can still register 49 state NB1's in California though right? This just means if you want to turbo a California NB1 you need to take it out of California. If you want to stay in California and want to turbo an NB1 then you need to find a not-California car to turbo.
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Exactly. The one-cat cars are covered, and I know there are a bunch of those legally in CA by this point. The two-cat cars are technically covered but we don't have a manifold at the moment. If we make the decision to produce a manifold - that's a business decision based on cost and demand - then they'll be legal as well.
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