does it even carry a CARB EO #?
Which Edelbrock intake did you go with?Also, I've switched my top over to an Edelbrock CARB legal intake and 4 barrel carb. But it still has the emissions crap (egr, etc) and I was told by multiple credible sources that I will still be able to pass since it's all there.
I forget it's been so long since I put it on. I think there's only one, it was newer... I'm up in Chico, I think it was you that asked where at in the state I was.Which Edelbrock intake did you go with?
V REST on 78/79 & early 80s is a Vacuum Restictor/Delay Valve, it delays vacuum for a certain amount of time. On most engines a vacuum line from the carburetor base runs to a T & then to V REST to the distributorOn the diagrams I have and that were posted it says "VREST" wtf is that?
Wow, I would give my right eye to never have to deal with that useless crap again! You cali boys really have it rough....at least Texas smog had the good sense to put in a 25 year exemption.I would give my right....uh......eye to find a completely intact functional 400M with all the Ca. smog stuff on it somewhere in a Bronco or F series. At this point I would yank it and drop it into mine immediately.
he is defiantly a asshole for thatYes, we can thank the Governator, the supposed conservative (my ass) for getting rid of the rolling 30 year exemption.
you should have a written estimate or he is going to ass rape you.Went and talked to a smog guy about hooking that stuff up today, he said since it all has the CARB numbers I'll be okay. He wants a lot of money to hook it all up, said he'll tear it off and start fresh, but it'll be guaranteed and they'll smog it right there. He's one of the few guys I've talked to that knows the emissions equipment on that car. As was previously said to similar effect, guys that can work on these are like unicorns in California.