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Old 12-01-2017, 04:30 PM   #1
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Passing emissions in CO cats or no cats?

I have a question about emissions in CO. Can I pass with removing both, one, or no cats? I know newer cars don't need to pass 7 years after the cars year, but mine is 2013 and would prefer not have to deal with that BS in 2020. Any help?

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You'll need to register the car outside the emissions-requiring counties. Colorado Springs is a popular option, or somewhere out east. If they ask, you're "planning on moving here in the very near future."

All emissions tests have a visual inspection and if you've moved or removed any of the cats you will fail. Something to note, is none of the locations I've been to have a lift or pit, and solely use mirrors. You might be able to get away with having similarly shaped resonators/faked heat shields.

The other option is to befriend a guy at one of the testing stations.

Or, of course, keep your stock parts and swap them on when you go for the test.
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