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Old 01-15-2014, 05:25 PM
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Colorado Emision test ?

Any Colorado experts here? I'm looking at a 97 PSD. It will be coming from out of state, and a state where E-test isn't done. So what do I need to look for to pass Colorado emissions? I think it is stock, but may have had some exhaust work done, although I don't know what was done until I see it in person. Any tips? Thanks.
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97's are smog exempt.
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Hey, Old Man! DakarNick from Advrider. I joined to ask a question about the 6.0 liter and was perusing and saw this thread
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Old 01-16-2014, 05:00 PM
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Hay Nick. The guy I was buying a 97 from reneged on the sale. So I'm back looking again. No hurry, my F-150 runs great, but I would like to find an extended cab.
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it all depends on what area of Colorado you are moving to
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Department of Revenue - Division of Motor Vehiclesiesel Vehicles
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it all depends on what area of Colorado you are moving to
He lives here. Truck was from out of state.
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That just tells you that I must be tested, not what to expect from the test. So can a modified vehicle pass? What mods would still pass? what ones would not pass. For example, if the EGR were removed, would it still pass? How about a chip, or programmer, or whatever. But doesn't matter too much at the moment, the seller decided not to sell after the deal was struck.
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Old 01-17-2014, 10:49 PM
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it wouldn't pass with EGR removed or without a Cat, most people I know have EGR in place as well as a Cat and set back to stock
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Old 01-18-2014, 05:18 AM
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That's the info I needed. What to look for as far a emissions. Whats been screwed with, so it doesn't have what it needs to pass. The Colorado front range is really crowded and thus very polluted, and so they are very strict about emissions.
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