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Is this for real? NO engine modifications allowed in California??
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WOW... isn't that some shti!?


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they have to verify the intake and stuff he said. so it has to be carb legal or whatever its called.

im in canada so i don tknow anything about cali laws.

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it's all about probable cause. The lack of a front plate got him stopped and the rest of it is probable cause. I.e., the muffler, the stickers, lowered...
Alot of that stuff you buy is for off-road use only, not street legal so you take your chances. DISCLAIMER: I'm not anti-mods at all, I used to mod my cars a fair amount.

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well the law in va says that ANYTHING that did not come from factory is illegal but its up to the officer to choose what he wants to pull you for, a lot of officers care about bigger things than a few small mods so thats why most people get away with mods. of course if you get pulled over and you are a dick the officer will find everything wrong with your car and rape you...lol


a lot of the problems with custom work on cars is that some people "ghetto rig" their cars and that can cause problems( hurt people) wich i can understand but i also see a way around it. why not create a inspection for custom cars to make sure they are safe, that way the state gets money and everyone can be happy.


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Another reason you gotta love a 'sleeper'. No outwardly visible indicators of enhanced performance, but there's actually a sweet turbo under the hood waiting to humiliate at the stoplights.
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hehe i bet mazdaspeed parts are nice out there since ya got no problem saying its from the manufacture and came with it lol. i still think its a bunch of BS though.

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I wonder how far you can get with slapping manufacturer decals all over your aftermarket parts... maybe even stamping some OEM serial numbers.... cause that's some BS man...


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wow

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