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I bought #4165 in Broomfield, CO and both the window sticker and the emissions certification sticker mention this. Anybody (Mr.T) know what this is all about and if it includes or excludes any parts? I'm guessing its in the software and the EPA allows emissions from high altitude certified vehicles to be a little dirtier to make up for power loss. As I understand it, high altitude vehicles do not meet Kalifornia of Federal emissions standards.
 

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I bought mine at Valley in Longmont, and the sticker said the same thing.

Sorry, I don't know what all was involved.
 

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No, sorry I live and work in Fort Collins.

It is nice meet another Bullitthead in CO, though.

Any others out there?
 

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Even though it is listed on the sticker and in the order guide. There is absolutely no difference in a Bullitt that is sent to a state w/ high altitude requirements vs. one w/out. The computer compensates for any altitude requirements.
This goes for ALL 2001 Mustangs.
 

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Thanks MR. T. It seems like it could be a huge expense to go through a certifacation process for no apparent reason. Is this done because of some outdated EPA Reg?
 
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