Dig-It Posted July 16, 2009 Report Share Posted July 16, 2009 This may be trivial, but is it important to display the Air Resource Board Executive Order (ARB EO) decal in the engine bay? I never thought of it until I saw it on the driver side strut tower of another KB supercharged SGT/SC vert at the MCA show in Raleigh. Mine is still with the paperwork that came with the supercharger, but I've been thinking that maybe it should be adhered somewhere in the engine bay. The decal that comes with the KB is black and silver, approximately two inches wide by one inch tall. It reads: KENNE BELL MODEL TS SERIES ARB E.O. NO. D-271-16 Here in Virginia it's not required or even asked for during the annual safety inspection, whereas it may be in some states. But I'm curious if anyone has thought that it may also serve to help differentiate between "Street Legal" and "Tuner" kits. This may or may not be important, but since we're all - myself included - wrapped around the axle about the factory supercharged plaques I think that it might. Also, do the Whipple or Paxton superchargers come with decal where appropriate. If so, where are you guys finding them installed? I wonder if the KB powered Super Snakes have these as well. Again, this is trivial, but I was just wondering ... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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