Colorado Emissions

Discussion in 'Smog tech and emissions tech' started by FreeJack, Dec 31, 2007.

  1. FreeJack

    FreeJack New Member

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    Greetings!

    I have just moved from Florida to Colorado with my TurboBuick! Now I need to pass the Colorado Emissions! Right now I need to put a CAT back on. When I bought this car in Florida there wasn't one installed. I have a 3 inch ATR downpipe in it so I will need a 3 inch to 4 bolt flange CAT. Anyone have a good source????

    NOW.... What things do I have to look at and adjust to get my car to pass the emissions? I have Turbo Link so I can look at all my setting to see where they are.

    Any suggestion are appeciated!
     
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  2. XLR8

    XLR8 Lost at Altitude

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    I'm not sure where to get a cat, but I have always passed the test with just a good running car. Fresh oil change, new GM O2 sensor, new plugs and a clean air filter. I think I set the FP to about 38# line-off using an older chip burned for 100 octane by Jim Testa.

    Good luck and welcome to Colorado.
     
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  3. FreeJack

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    My car is pretty much stock. The only chnages are a ATR downpipe. Accufab fuel pressure regulator, mototron 60# injectors, a chip, and a Kenny Bell cold air intake. Other than that all stock.

    Once I get the CAT on it (getting mine from Cotton's Performance) I'll fire up TuboLink and see where the settings are at.


    Also.... Thanks for the welcome! Nice area!!!!!
     
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