Yep, the big guys don't mind government control as they have the funds to comply. It also insures that their would be competition can never afford to compete on the same playing field. Can't wait for $2-3000 tunes.Good on them to make the investments needed to keep performance tuning alive for the foreseeable future.
Unfortunately only the big dogs will have the funds to make these investments. I'm sure a lot of smaller performance shops are very worried about their futures.
Yep, the big guys don't mind government control as they have the funds to comply. It also insures that their would be competition can never afford to compete on the same playing field. Can't wait for $2-3000 tunes.
It will be big dawg only club for stock ECU tuning, absolutely.
Then you will have the big dawg/boutique aftermarket ECU options since they're not considered as "defeating" emissions devices.
You may want to rethink your "defeat device" definition.
What 'off-road exemption' are you talking about? Is a screw driver a defeat device? Check out this FAQ:
One of our businesses is Cannabis testing to make sure that what is sold to the public is within the legal limits. The regulations set in place for this seem to be nearly as strict as those...lol
There is a legal limit that can be sold legally. If you need something stronger then you have to meet Mookie on the corner. If anything tests too strong, then it must be tagged and locked in a safe. Then the feds come and pick it up.What does that mean exactly? Like the THC content can only be so high? Or does that mean if it says 20% THC ur just verifying that the customer is actually getting the 20%?