I'm in the market for a Boxer, but with all cars available out of province/country, I could sure use some help with some emissions background; 1. I'm hearing it'***** and miss to get a carb Boxer through our version of emissions in BC (even with "professional" assistance, anyone have any experience with BB's and emission testing? Are these standards below "tough" or light compared to California/BAR for instance? 2. Anyone have documentation on what was involved to satisfy emission requirements for importing to NA? Beyond Cat's, of course - but were their other changes such as compression, carbs/injectors, intake? 3. Is it even possible for professional PPI's to give a quality pass/fail with a static (non-dyno) test? The AirCare standards for a 1979 passenger car with a curb weight of 1717 kg., and an engine displacement of 5.0 litres are as follows (similiar for BBi's): Driving Mode HC Standard: 188 parts per million Driving Mode CO Standard: 1.21 percent Driving Mode NOx Standard: 1785 parts per million Idle Mode HC Standard: 359 parts per million Idle Mode CO Standard: 4.05 percent All BB's and most TR's I've seen here are run under Collector plates, but where's the fun in that? Any and all help very much appreciated!