I was just about to post to the ‘List this trick.
We did this all of the time up here in Vancouver when we had our smog stations.
Specifically, methyl hydrate is what we’d use.
You don’t need much. A friend had a Datsun 510 race car which he still ran on the street (pretty hot with cam, twin Mikunis, etc) and when it came time to run it through, he poured several bottles (bottle = 1L [or more than a quart]) in
the tank. When he got in the station and they tested it, it passed TOO well! They had to stop the station and calibrate the sniffers because they thought something broke or got clogged. Passed with flying colors again. They gave him his results with a “funny”
look on their faces. He certainly had a funny look on his face when he left.
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I've heard stories about dumping some alcohol (no, not tequila.....)
in the tank to help pass emissions. I have had no reason to try it,
so can't personally confirm if it works. Sort of like the E-10 or
E-15 gas served at most pumps, except you'd be making homemade E-50,
or whatever. Perhaps someone here has done it.
Drive it home (assuming it actually works...) and drain it. Or dilute
it with more gasoline.
On 6/7/21, Douglas Anderson <dnt [at] dock.net> wrote:
> Kalifornia smog’s:
> * MY 1975 >>>
> * Change of ownership for the same
> Or move to one of the counties that doesn’t do emission testing.
> Yeah, there are a few and a few booby traps.
> From: Anthony Bauco <tbauco [at] gmail.com>
> Sent: Monday, June 7, 2021 12:54 PM
> To: Douglas Anderson <dnt [at] dock.net>
> Cc: The FerrariList <ferrari [at] ferrarilist.com>
> Subject: Re: [Ferrari] its SMOG check time
> Don't know about that but I was told that a lot of people somehow register
> their older cars in Nevada to get around the smog test.
> On Mon, Jun 7, 2021, 2:31 PM Douglas Anderson <dnt [at] dock.net
> <mailto:dnt [at] dock.net> > wrote:
> OK – open for any ideas on 1978 Ferrari GTS Weber jet size to improve
> chances of passing a smog check.
> Doug in Kalifornia
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