yes the police can do roadside emissions checks.Wrenchable said:Keep the car road legal at all times? Well youi might as well declare all your mods to the insurance then! Police cant check emissions on the roadside yet! or can they?
i think it's because the fuels runs richer or something. some cg13 have been know to fail with just the center cat aswell.Alienfish360 said:I'm picking up a CG13 in a couple of weeks anyway and due to a little detour in my project, the manifold will be being replace with a different design, which will fall within emissions.
Out of curiousity why won't the CG10 pass?
Alienfish360 said:Thanks Ed!
I manage to snap a bolt that holds the cam down
So I need to get to the scrappy and buy a bolt for 20p
and then measure the clearances so I can work out what sized shims I need.
you also have to have a green compressed gas sticker on the back of your can to make it legal, like ambulances etc have.Some police can what?
Nitrous is in no way illegal as long as it's declared just like any other mod.
And, suprisingly I got quite a good quote for nitruos too.
This is not true.you also have to have a green compressed gas sticker on the back of your can to make it legal, like ambulances etc have.