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Old 11-16-2013, 08:54 PM   #1
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So I have my first emissions test to do in the next two months. I run with a CAI & Bama with Hybrid. Do I need to set it to stock or will I be be good to go as is?
In Maryland if it helps...
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So I have my first emissions test to do in the next two months. I run with a CAI & Bama with Hybrid. Do I need to set it to stock or will I be be good to go as is? In Maryland if it helps...
Shouldn't impact emissions.

As long as you haven't removed your cats.
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Old 11-17-2013, 01:37 AM   #3
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So I have my first emissions test to do in the next two months. I run with a CAI & Bama with Hybrid. Do I need to set it to stock or will I be be good to go as is?
In Maryland if it helps...
Ur fine but to be on the safe side load up ur street tune and run it for 2 weeks before u get ur emissions check
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So I have my first emissions test to do in the next two months. I run with a CAI & Bama with Hybrid. Do I need to set it to stock or will I be be good to go as is? In Maryland if it helps...
From what I understand the hybrid & race tune won't pass emissions so load up either stock or street 2 weeks before & drive around with it & u should be gravy!
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Old 11-17-2013, 01:21 PM   #5
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$14 for 40 seconds wok. They have a gravy job. Was thinking I had to put it down to stock. Just wanted to make sure. Thanks all!
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I can tell you from personal experience that if you run about 100 miles on your street tune, your car will reset all your sensor that are turned off by more aggressive tunes. If you do that it will not be an issue for passing the test.
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Texas must be pretty lax compared to you guys... 93 race tune/CAI passed no problems.
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Texas must be pretty lax compared to you guys... 93 race tune/CAI passed no problems.
Same, we are a red state and not environmental hippies for the most part, that's why lol.
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So I have my first emissions test to do in the next two months. I run with a CAI & Bama with Hybrid. Do I need to set it to stock or will I be be good to go as is?
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I can tell you from personal experience that if you run about 100 miles on your street tune, your car will reset all your sensor that are turned off by more aggressive tunes. If you do that it will not be an issue for passing the test.
^This is correct! Just throw the Street tune back on, just to be safe for inspection. Put about 80-100 miles on the car so everything resets and you're good to go!

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I went to the street tune/performance tune for about 80 miles, passed emissions , loaded the hybrid back up right after I left in the parking lot this past year. No issues.

This year I may have an issue with emissions.
I get a p219a code on all tunes after 40 miles. I am on my last leg troubleshooting as it appears everything is running fine , no leaks , no performance loss, just an annoying cel.
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Old 11-20-2013, 05:39 AM   #11
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But in another post, didn't you do an exhaust mod (longtube headers??) that has made this p219a appear?
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Old 12-02-2013, 03:10 PM   #12
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Took the Pony in after two weeks of being on Stock, drove her close to 200 miles. Seems the OBC monitors are showing not ready. Got a refund & asked if I had any work done on her. Just a service I lied...
Seems I've got to drive her a bit longer on stock before I can get her retested.
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Took the Pony in after two weeks of being on Stock, drove her close to 200 miles. Seems the OBC monitors are showing not ready. Got a refund & asked if I had any work done on her. Just a service I lied...
Seems I've got to drive her a bit longer on stock before I can get her retested.
Switch up ur gas in the car bro.
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Old 12-03-2013, 05:12 PM   #14
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Always use 93 where possible. Guess waiting two weeks still makes it seem a little 'fresh' to the MVA.
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