I'm considering un-installing all the emissions stuff from my 1979. I was looking at vacuum diagrams of the older Subarus, and it seems they got away with only a vaccum line to the vaccum advance. Nothing else, no canister, no egr, no any of that crap. Has anyone de-emissioned a late 1970s engine? I need suggestions, comments, etc. The 1979 wagon is exempt from emissions over here, so no problem there. I also want to install a simple air cleaner, get rid of the housing and all its attachment; and go to manual choke. I want to K.I.S.S. with this wagon. Thoughts appreciated. Thanks, Ennio
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Yanking all the emissions stuff
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