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post #1 of 12 Old 02-25-2012, 10:34 AM Thread Starter
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NH diesel inspection/emissions help

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I'm a military guy getting out looking to move back to southern NH Nashua/Manchester area. Need help with 2 questions

1.) whats the inspection like on diesels? I have a straight piped 6.0L with EGR delete and SCT tuner to drop the CEL out.

2.) anyone recommend a inspection station i can go to either PM me or give me a buzz... maybe 1 that the inspector turns a blind eye about the exhaust? lol
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anyone? anyone running a EGR delete and knows about the ODB inspection? i've got a 6.0L with egr delete and run a SCT tuner.. will i fail the ODB test?
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as long as the GVW is over 8500 pounds you do not have to plug in for emissions. it should pass most places, if not shoot me a PM and i will help you

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in virginia i'm running that plate style over 8500lbs.. not sure if i have that option when i switch my title over to NH in next year... any thoughts?
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Is it a 250 or 350?

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f250 crew short bed 4x4 diesel
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Should be fine, you don't need to plug emissions

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as long as the GVW is over 8500 pounds you do not have to plug in for emissions. it should pass most places, if not shoot me a PM and i will help you
Fireguy, I sent you a PM as well.
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Not sure if these guidelines are still current, but it does support what Fireguy has been saying.

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My 2010 F350 has a GVWR of 11,000 #'s. I surmise that I'm exempt from emissions tests for the annual inspection...
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