[DML] Re: Catalytic converters and California
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[DML] Re: Catalytic converters and California



Hello,

I am also in California and recently installed SpecuialT's CAT which 
has worked flawlessly; I passed in CA a couple of months ago. Someone 
will correct me if I am wrong but the Delorean is NOT equipped with a 
OBD system and thusly is not affected by this preclusion. 

Nathan
2277

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "sweitzel_2000" <sweitzel@xxxx> wrote:
>
> So I was noticing that Special T auto is now offering an aftermarket
> catalytic converter. Upon closer inspection, it seems to state the
> this particular converter is not legal in California (ODB II 
compliant
> in 49 states except California) I also see that DMC houston still 
sell
> what I presume are OEM cats. Are these 50 state legal? Why are the
> special T cats illegal in California? or are they? Wouldn't these 
cats
> be made from the very latest technology? or am I totally wrong here?
> What would be the appropriate direction for a DMC owner in Californa
> to proceed presuming he/she needs to replace the Cat?
>









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