California Emissions for the 392??

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I dont think this has been discussed before. But, in the past, cars and trucks, manufactured for the Kalifornia market, and a few other states, have been modified to meet even stricter emissions standards. More catalytic converters, more egr, more of just about all emissions control devises. This has reduced the performance of some vehicles, and also reduced the reliability of these vehicles.
Does anyone know, especially those in Kalifornia, do the window stickers mention California emissions or compliant??





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It is on the emission label under the hood. Vehicles today are 50 state emissions compliant.
 

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It is on the emission label under the hood. Vehicles today are 50 state emissions compliant.
I just wanted to second what calemasters said. To the best of my knowledge, most every new car these days is built to 50 state standards.

The place where you still see this issue the most though, is in the aftermarket. (ie: engine & exhaust mods, superchargers, etc.)
 
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I wasnt aware they made all cars 50 state legal, with the emissions.
 

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According to Wikipedia, this is who follows the CARB standard right now. I doubt automakers would manufacture '35-state' compliant vehicle.
  1. California
  2. Colorado
  3. Connecticut
  4. Delaware
  5. Maine
  6. Maryland
  7. Massachusetts
  8. New Jersey
  9. New Mexico
  10. New York
  11. Oregon
  12. Pennsylvania
  13. Rhode Island
  14. Vermont
  15. Washington
  16. Washington DC
 

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I dont think this has been discussed before. But, in the past, cars and trucks, manufactured for the Kalifornia market, and a few other states, have been modified to meet even stricter emissions standards. More catalytic converters, more egr, more of just about all emissions control devises. This has reduced the performance of some vehicles, and also reduced the reliability of these vehicles.
Does anyone know, especially those in Kalifornia, do the window stickers mention California emissions or compliant??
 

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