Emissions Laws & Aftermarket Parts

By purchasing aftermarket parts modifying motorcycle emission control systems, including but not limited to exhausts, fuel controllers/map ECU's and smog block-off plates (“Racing Parts”), you acknowledge that those Racing Parts are legal only for closed-course competition use, and you agree not to use those Racing Parts on a street vehicle. GPMC, Inc. cannot verify your usage of Racing Parts, and will not be held responsible for any misuse. It is your responsibility to comply with all laws that apply to your vehicle.

Certain products sold by GPMC, Inc. are legal for use ONLY in Competition Racing Vehicles and are not legal for use on public roads streets, highways, and land. Check your local/state laws and regulations to determine the compliance needed in your city or state. Such use is prohibited by Federal and State regulations.

GPMC, Inc. does not make any claims on parts that have not been proven to not increase vehicle emissions and are legal ONLY for closed competition use only. GPMC, Inc. or its distribution chain is not responsible for misuse of the product. By purchasing the product you acknowledge this affirmation and that these products are designed and manufactured for “Competition Use ONLY” and is not legal for use on PUBLIC ROADS, STREETS, HIGHWAY, or LAND.

NOTE: Aftermarket products, including but not limited to exhausts, fuel/air controller modules, air filter kits, camshafts, and carburetors which alter, modify, or replace emission control devices or systems of an originally compliant highway motorcycle, are not legal for sale or street use in California unless they have been issued a CARB Executive Order.  Aftermarket emissions-related products which have not been issued an Executive Order or which are not aftermarket replacement Parts as defined in Title 13, California Code of Regulations, Section 1900(b)(2), are authorized for closed circuit race use only. Products shown may be designed, manufactured, intended and sold for closed circuit race use only, and use of the same on public roads or lands may be a violation of local, state and/or federal laws.

See manufacturer’s information and state and local laws to determine what is authorized for your use on your vehicle.