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Why in the world would someone keep the reactors on a Kremer? Necessary to get it thru the smog test I assume?

Old 02-14-2017, 03:56 PM
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Emissions may have been a concern for the prior owner. It wasn't for our client who lives in rural Texas.

It seems those Kremer builds were very ala carte.
Aside from bodywork and minor interior (seats, steering wheel, shift knob) this had the minimum possible for the engine: exhaust to match up with the bodywork.
Other cars I've seen were heavily modified by the Kremer brothers, having more substantial engine packages.

Also, thinking back, I don't know there were any performance header systems for Turbos through the late '80s, the 1986-89 "Euro" exhaust being the best available.

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