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Old 03-19-2006, 10:24 AM
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Question mass. inspection?

does antone know in mass. do they go by the year of the vehicle or the engine for insp. i am putting a 4.6 in my 54 f-100 and didn't know if i will have to install a cat. conv.
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does antone know in mass. do they go by the year of the vehicle or the engine for insp. i am putting a 4.6 in my 54 f-100 and didn't know if i will have to install a cat. conv.
I have never done this but I believe they just go by the year. If it didn't come with a Cat then you don't need it.
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I have never done this but I believe they just go by the year. If it didn't come with a Cat then you don't need it.
I agree with you there.
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Yep it goes by the year, you could put anything on with straight pipes and youll be fine.
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Install a high-flow cat to be 50-state legal.
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