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Old 12-31-2018, 03:28 PM
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Can you mate non-CARB compliant mufflers to a CARB complaint header?

I don't live in a state that requires CARB compliancy.

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Old 12-31-2018, 09:36 PM
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yes you should be able to.
 
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OK, I Know Not, but Ö

You live in Mountain View, CA.

But you say Ö
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...I don't live in a state that requires CARB compliancy.
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You do know what CARB stands for, donít you?
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OK, I Know Not, but Ö

You live in Mountain View, CA.

But you say Ö


You do know what CARB stands for, donít you?
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I am pretty sure the OP lives in Florida, not California. That being said, OP, yes you can mate aftermarket mufflers to a catted headpipe. Getting rid of the cat will cut way down on heat though, especially when you get the bike tuned properly afterwards...
 
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Originally Posted by dfwhockey17 View Post
I am pretty sure the OP lives in Florida, not California. That being said, OP, yes you can mate aftermarket mufflers to a catted headpipe. Getting rid of the cat will cut way down on heat though, especially when you get the bike tuned properly afterwards...
Yea, but that was a copy/paste from his listed location at the time.
Apparently he moved and did not update it until after my post.
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Motorcycle do not have to go through emissions checks at this time in CA
 

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