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Old 01-29-2014, 06:16 PM   #7
Daxxas
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Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Ottawa
Posts: 24
next time you get your etest tell them it's got the wrong engine in it, they'll ask "was it ever available in this car" tell them no, because it wasn't. That will classify your car as a "hot rod" as far as their computer/tester is concerned and your limits will be raised. You dont have to fill out that form, just tell the guy running the test. For my 91 e30 hydrocarbons for example was raised to 300ppm from 200ppm, which was enough for me. Insurance wont find out if you tell the e-tester guy and they wont look you up unless you give them reason to, they have bigger fish to fry. And if you smash your car you'll probably want to buy it back anyway. That said if your broker is extreme and you hurt someone in an accident they can charge you with fraud and drop you.
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1998 Jeep tj: topless and dirty
1991 318is s/c: dirtE30 - sold
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