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I've heard of people being stopped for not running FLAME arrestors. Think it would be a bit hard to see if you had a spark arrestor unless they were up close and personal.
 

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I have been threatened for not having one on my carb. If your scoop is backwards it is considered a velocity stack directing the backfire away from passengers.

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The law states, if your a closed engine compartment, or carb is below the gunwhale you need a spark arrester, if your engine is exposed and carb is above the gunwhale you don't need one.

If your hauling ass everywhere there gonna be pricks....
 

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The law states, if your a closed engine compartment, or carb is below the gunwhale you need a spark arrester, if your engine is exposed and carb is above the gunwhale you don't need one.

If your hauling ass everywhere there gonna be pricks....
SWEET!!! i put my arrestor back on the carb today because i didnt want any reason for the cops to "talk to me" in parker this weekend but ima rip that sucker back off for sure!!!
 

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SWEET!!! i put my arrestor back on the carb today because i didnt want any reason for the cops to "talk to me" in parker this weekend but ima rip that sucker back off for sure!!!
Do your engine a favor and put a K/N Marine air filter setup on it.
Legal flame arrestor, and keep crap out of the carb & engine.

Has to be the marine to be legal as the top and bottom are stainless steel, unlike the standard spun Aluminum off-road stuff.
 
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