Minor issue, really, and one that JR is addressing. AlphaSSmale's thread answers these questions.k20aSwap said:I was reading about the belts stripping and what not. Has the new kits come out because if they havent then i dont want to buy the kit and have problems with it right away. And if I do buy it and its the bad version will jr send me the correct kit? Ugh so many issues with both sc and turbo.
The JRSC street version is CARB approved.SLQ03RSX said:hate to break it to ya but there is no "legal" turbo kit, i dont even think theres a legal sc kit, the jr street version might be but i doubt it...
Congratulations! :thumbsup:k20aSwap said:Woah! Someone help me out. I just got accepted to ASU! ! Got a letter in the mail just now. I was thinking, does arizona have smog laws? If not im thinking of going turbo because I am moving down there at the end of the year. And im sure I could keep cops at bay for a year. Or do you think I should stick with the sc and stay legal here in cali.
Wrong. Part of the smog check here in California is the "visual inspection" where the smog tech looks to see if all federally mandated emisions equipment is present, and also looks for parts that are not CARB exempted. If the smog guy cares about avoiding a really steep fine and a loss of his license, he will fail you on the visual portion of the test.k20aSwap said:Thanks for your interest in GReddy Products
Currently this turbo kit does not have a CARB E.O. to making it 50 state
Although the turbo kit should pass all smog sniffer test. This is because
it still utilizes all the factory emission related hardware. We are
currently looking into having our kits tested for a CARB E.O. number.
Please keep in touch further updates.
GReddy Performance Products, Inc.
Irvine, CA 92618
I recived this in my email today. They say that it will pass the sniffer test. So I should be good as long as i dont have to pop my hood. And I can get by cops pretty easy.
Haha Havent we ALL!chris_lau said:haha Ive been waiting for 2 years for my damn kit to pass carb testing...
Incorrect, the Comptech supercharger in it's base (5psi) form has also been granted a CRAB EO making it the 2nd form of forced induction legal for use on a street vehicle in the state of california.AJ~ said:JRSC street kit is currently the only legal form of forced induction for the RSX within the state of California.