Those sit pretty low, my ex's car had tein s-techs and it was as low as mine on Intrax, and a little more comfy too. Good choice. Just don't put anyone in theback seat before rolling that read fender lip. Anyway, I got fed up with springs a while ago and just run coilovers now ... so I have coilovers on all 3 cars
Have not been here in a while 3si NE is kinda dead now days uh? just saying hi to everyone and hope you guys are doing well.
Dave how is the house done? how is Smurrf?
Is anyone interested in a project vr-4? I think I will be selling my Silver vr-4 for cheap as long as it goes to good hands. I dont have time for it anymore, too many changes in my life in the past couple years. I dont have any free time anymore now that I have the house and the shop. I can only manage to keep my fiji blue vr-4 and a couple small other projects.
1992 Mazda Miata MX-5- scca race car
1992 Panama Green VR-4 (Sold to a friend, will never forget)
1992 3000gt Silver VR-4 (New project)
1993 3000gt Red SL( kick ass Daily)
1998 Wrangler 4.0L
2001 SuzukiGSX-R750(with a few mods)
1985 Yamaha XV700
1985 Kawasaki GPZ550
Long time reader
Long time want to be owner( will have my chance this year to get a vr4 ideally a 93)
The question is for Massachusetts owners on 94-95 vr4's.
How are state inspections done for the 94-95 3/s 's?
Since there not obd2, but they have the plug in.
I know anything 96 and up defiantly get the plug in test, and from when i was a state inspector years ago anything below 96 just gets a safety inspection.
I did a quick search in the new england section and found no answers,So i figured id ask here than start a new thread.
Currently in mass anything over 15 years to model year date is exempt from emissions inspection, you'll just have to pass safety. A few years back they changed the process and removed the manual emissions testing equipment from state inspection stations. Even the early OBDII (96, 97) systems aren't tested anymore
Hope that answers your question.
Last edited by Azure Fields; 12-27-2012 at 11:34 AM.
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