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post #1 of 11 Old 04-21-2011, 10:35 AM Thread Starter
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Emission Tests

Well, I finally got the renewal notice that includes an emissions test. I haven't had to get a Diesel tested before. How big a pain is this going to be? Any recommendations on where to do it north of Denver?

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It's not that big of a pain Kevin. Do you have any mods that may effect the outcome of the test?


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I'm guessing that you didn't lose nearly as much as it appeared. Spills are like that. The last beer that I spilled was like a million ounces.
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Nope, I am still stock. Every time I think I am going to be able to buy some cool mod, some other issue pops up and the money runs away.

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Yeah, I would say that if you are completely stock, you are good to go. Hell, Austin took his in for testing and left his IDP tune on and still passed.


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It's no big deal. Here is a list of testing facilities: http://www.cdphe.state.co.us/ap/down...ationrates.pdf I usually go to the Auto clinic in Greeley. He is a pretty cool salty old guy. That may be a bit of a drive for you though.

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I had no problem last year but that was before the mods. Going to take it in this weekend, just going to put the chip back to stock and see how she goes. The shop is in Parker and the guys seem pretty cool. And it is the cheapest in the state.


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EGR Delete and I have to register my truck from out of State

I have a EGR delete on my truck, 06 F350 PSD. I can bring my computer back to stock but I don't want to put my EGR back on the engine.
Where is the best place to go to have it tested and do not fail.
I am in Lyons but I don't mind driving 80 miles or so to have it passed.
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I know a couple guys from our chapter will be able to answer your questions.

Several of us have already talked about this and think that the EGR delete should be fine, that is, IF they don't actually look for the EGR cooler. I know that one of our guys passed this year with his tune still on.


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Thanks, Jeffrey. But you are in another county than I am.
How do I become a member in the Centennial State Powerstrokes and stickers for on my truck.
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I know I am in another county, but the emission standards are the same for counties that require testing. It all depends on the shop you go to to have it tested.

As far as membership, go to the chapter intro thread and we will get it all squared away.


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