That Weber isn't smog legal, right? So you have to swap the stocker back on for the test? Have you had any issues getting it to pass by changing back and forth between the two? How much work is it to swap them out, and what do you do with the random vacuum lines and stuff when the Weber is on there? Just curious...
How's everything? I hope all's well with you guys, Richard, and wish you the happiest of holidays! I need to make a drive back up there sometime and see some of my NORCAL friends...
As seen on Expedition with TX plates: VEGETARIAN - An old Indian word for poor hunter
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