Moving to Indian Head MD Need advice

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  1. futat2

    futat2 Junior Member

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    As title states, I will be moving to Indian head MD and am wondering if their is any concerns I should have as far as emissions testing for my 14 GT. I have a few mods but the only ones that concern me would be the BOSS 302 Intake manifold with the 85MM BBK throttle body, steeda cold air intake, and my cat back exhaust with steeda tune. I still have the stock cats and headers at this to hopefully avoid any issues. Any help would be great. Thank you, Jon.
     
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    I don't think you'll have any issues with the bolt-ons or tune as long as nothing is disabled in the tune like O2 sensors, etc. Maryland is like Virginia and they test emissions every two years in the counties surrounding Washington, DC.

    You'll have more problems bringing firearms into Maryland than your Mustang!
     
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    oldVOR, thanks for the info, but I guess that leads me to another problem...
     
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    Check Maryland's laws on firearms, they are pretty tight around certain black firearms. If you have a carry permit now, be prepared NOT to have one in MD.

    Handguns have to be registered, long guns do not.
    You need a permit to buy any handgun or assault style rifle (there is a long list of what fits in this category).
    No permit is necessary for typical long guns.
     
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    Thanks, I am military so I'm used to looking up new rules every few years. but it definitely seams rules are pretty tight there, so I guess its time to research some military clauses. thanks again for the heads up.
     

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