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This Executive Order approved the specified parts on on April 6, 1993.
As of Thursday, May 23rd, 2019 this Executive Order has not been overturned or superceeded.

Approved Parts

Part NumberModelsRemarks
M-60001-A501988-1992 Ford Mustang vehicles equipped with a 5.0L EFI gasoline engine.Intake Manifold Kit
M-6049-L3031988-1992 Ford Mustangs equipped with a 5.0L EFI gasoline engineGT-40 Cylinder Head Assembly
M-7003-A M-7003-X1979 and 1982-92 Ford Mustang vehicles equipped with a 5.0L EFI gasoline engine.T-5 trans 305/325 ft lb ratings
M-8509-A501986-1992 Ford Mustang vehicles equipped with a 5.0L EFI gasoline engine.Underdrive Pulley Kit
M-9430-SSC M-9430-C501986-1992 Ford Mustang vehicles equipped with a 5.0L EFI gasoline engine.Hi-Flow Shorty Headers
M-9A407-A50 M-9407-A501986-1992 Ford Mustang vehicles equipped with a 5.0L EFI gasoline engine.Hi-Flow EFI 5.0L Mustang Fuel Pump
M-9E926-A302 M-9926-A3021988-1992 Ford Mustang vehicles equipped with a 5.0L EFI gasoline engine.Hi-Flow Throttle Body
M-9H474-A50 M-9474-A501988-1992 Ford Mustang vehicles equipped with a 5.0L EFI gasoline engine.Hi-Flow EGR Spacers

This Executive Order may be listed as:
  • C.A.R.B.E.O. D-308
  • Executive Order 308 / D308
  • ARB # D-308
  • Executive Order No: D-308
  • C.A.R.B. No. D-308
  • Resolution D-308
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D-308 Document:



                                                                                (Page 1 of 2)

                                                  State of California
                                                  AIR RESOURCES BOARD

                                                 EXECUTIVE ORDER D~308
                                       Relating to Exemptions Under Section 27156
                                                  of the Vehicle Code

                     FORD MOTOR COMPANY SPECIAL VEHICLE OPERATIONS
         "HI—FLOW SHORTY HEADERS, HI—FLOW THROTTLE BODY, HI—FLOW EGR SPACER,
          INTAKE MANIFOLD KIT, GT—40 CYLINDER HEAD ASSEMBLY, SEAVY—DUTY T—S
          TRANSMISSION, UNDERDRIVE PULLEY KIT, AND HI—FLOW EFI 5.0L MUSTANG
          FUEL PUMP"

 Pursuant to the authority vested in the Air Resources Board by Section 27156
 of the Vehicle Code;                      and

 Pursuant to the authority vested in the undersigned by Sections 39515 and                         wl
 39516 of the Health and Safety Code and Executive Order G—45—5;

 IT IS ORDERED AND RESOLVED:  That the Hi—Flow Shorty Headers, Hi—Flow
 Throttle Body, Hi—Flow EGR Spacer, Intake Manifold Kit, GZ—40 Cylinder Head
Assembly, Heavy—duty T—5 Transmission, Underdrive Pulley Xit, and Hi—Flow
EFI 5.0L Mustang Fuel Pump manufactured by Ford Motor Cc   ny Special
Vehicle Operations (Ford §VO) of 17000 Southfield Road,    en Park, Michigan
 48101,                have been found not to reduce the effectiveness cfi       required motor
 vehicle


engine:

   Device                                        Veh. Model—year             ?
Hi—Flow Shorty Headers                            1986—1992         M—9430—SSC/x—9430—C50
Hi~Flow Throttle Body                             1988—1992                    12/M—9926—A302
Hi—Flow EGR Spacer _                              1988—1992         M—9H474—R53/M—9474—A50
Intake Manifold Kit                               1988—1992         M—60001—A50
 —Upper Intake Casting                                              M—94     .
     —Lower Intake Casting
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Underdrive Pulley Kit                             1986—1952
Hi—Flow EFI 5.0L Mustang                          1986—1992                     M—9407—A50
 Fuel Pusp.


FORD MOTOR COMPANY SPECIAL VEHICLE OPERATIONS   EXECUTIVE ORDER D—308
HI—FLOW SHORTY HEADERS, HI—FLOW THROTTLE BODY,  (Page 2 of 3)
HI—FLOW EGR SPACER, INTAKE MANIFOLD KIT,
GT—40 CYLINDER HEAD ASSEMBLY, HEAVY—DUTY T—5 TRANSMISSION,
UNDERDRIVE PULLEY KIT,   AND HI—FLOW EFI   5.0L MUSTANG FU   PUMP



This exemption shall not apply to any device, apparatus, or mechanism
advertised, offered for sale or sold with, or installed on, a motor vehicle
prior to or concurrent with transfer to an ultimate purchaser.

This Executive Order is valid provided that installation instructions for
the devices listed above will not recommend tuning the vehicle to
specifications different from those submitted by the system manufacturer.

Changes made to the design or operating conditions of any of the devices as
exempted by the Air Resources Board (ARB), that adversely affect the
performance of a vehicle‘s pollution control system shalil invalidate this
Executive Order.

Marketing of the devices using identifications other than those shown in
this Executive Order or marketing of the devices for applications other than
those listed in the exemption application,     and on thim—xecutive Order,
shall be prohibited unless prior approval is obtained from the Air Resources
Board.  Exemption of the devices shall not be construed as exemption to
sell, offer for sale, or advertise any component of each kit as an
individual device.

This Executive Order
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use of the devic e
the vehicle manufact

THIS EXECUTIVE ORDER DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A CERTIFICATION, ACCREDITATION,
APPROVAL, OR ANY OTHER TYPE OF ENDORSEMENT BY THE AIR RZSOURCES BOARD OF ANY
CLAIMS OF THE APPLICANT CONCERNING ANTI—POLLUTION BENEFITS OR ANY ALLEGED
BENEFITS OF FORD SVO‘S HI—FLOW SHORTY HEADERS, HI~FLOW THROTTLE BODY, HI—
FLOW EGR SPACER, INTAKE MANIFOLD KIT, GT—40 CYLINDER HERD ASSEMBLY, HEAVY—
DUTY T—5 TRANSMISSION, UNDERDRIVE PULLEY KIT, AND HI—FLOW EPI 5.0L MUSTANG
FUEL PUMP.




Section 43644

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  or, exce                                 state board
  device,                                   or vehicle


FORD MOTOR COMPANY SPECIAL VEHICLE OPERATIONS   EXECUTIVE ORDER D—308
HI—FLOW SHORTY HEADERS, HI—FLOW THROTTLE BODY,  (Page 3 of 3)
HI—FLOW EGR SPACER, INTAKE MANIFOLD KIT,
GT—40 CYLINDER HEAD ASSEMBLY, HEAVY—DUTY T—5 TRANSMISSION,
UNDERDRIVE PULLEY KIT, AND HI—FLOW EFI 5.0L MUSTANG FUEL PUMP




Any apparent violation of the conditions of this Executive Order will be
submitted to the Attorney General of California for such action as he deems
advisable.

Executed at El Monte, California, this         y of April,   1993.




                                  Mobile Source Division


                            State of California
                            AIR RESOURCES BOARD




EVALUATION OF FORD MOTOR COMPANY SPECIAL VEHICLE OPERATIONS‘ HI—FLOW SHORTY
  HEADERS, HI—FLOW THROTTLE BODY, HI—FLOW EGR SPACER, INTAKE MANIFOLD KIT,
   GT—40 CYLINDER HEAD ASSEMBLY, HEAVY—DUTY T—5 TRANSMISSION, UNDERDRIVE
     PULLEY KIT, AND HI—FLOW EFI 5.0L MUSTANG FUEL PUMP, FOR EXEMPTION
          FROM THE PROHIBITIONS IN VEHICLE CODE SECTION 27156 AND
           TITLE 13, SECTION 2222, CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS




                                April 1993


EVALUATION OF FORD MOTOR COMPANY SPECIAL VEHICLE OPERATIONS‘ HI—FLOW SHORTY
  HEADERS, HI—FLOW THROTTLE BODY, HI—FLOW EGR SPACER, INTAKE MANIFOLD KIT,
   GT—40 CYLINDER HEAD ASSEMBLY, HEAVY—DUTY T—5 TRANSMISSION, UNDERDRIVE
     PULLEY KIT, AND HI—FLOW EFI 5.0L MUSTANG FUEL PUMP, FOR EXEMPTION
          FROM THE PROHIBITIONS IN VEHICLE CODE SECTION 27156 AND
           TITLE 13, SECTION 2222, CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS




                                       by
                             Mobile Source Division

                              State of California
                              AIR RESOURCES BOARD
                              9528 Telstar Avenue
                            El Monte, CA    91731—2990




(This report has been reviewed by the staff of the California Air Resources
Board and approved for publication.  Approval does not signify that the
contents necessarily reflect the views and policies of the Air Resources
Board,   nor does mention of trade names or commercial products constitute
endorsement or recommendation for use.)


                                    SUMMARY




          Ford Motor Company Special Vehicle Operation (Ford SVO) of 17000

Southfield Road, Allen Park, Michigan 48101, has applied for an exemption

from the prohibitions in Vehicle Code Sections 27156 and 38391 for

installation of modified devices listed below on the following Ford Mustang

vehicles equipped with a 5.0L EFI gasoline engine:


   Device                  Veh. Model—year              Part Number
Hi—Flow Shorty Headers      1986—1992              M—9430—SSC/M—9430—C50
Hi—Flow Throttle Body       1988—1992              M—9E926—A302/M—9926—A302
Hi—Flow EGR Spacer          1988—1992              M—9H474—A50/M—9474—A50
Intake Manifold Kit         1988—1992              M—60001—A50
 —Upper Intake Casting                             M—9424—A51
 —Lower Intake Casting                             M—9461—A50
GT—40 Cyl. Hd. Assembly     1988—1992              M—6049—1L303
 —Machined Casting                                 M—6049—1L302
 —Valve Train Kit                                  M—6090—1L302
Heavy—duty T—5 Transmission 1979/82—1992           M—7003—A (305 Ft Lbs Rating)
                                                   M—7003—X (325 Ft Lbs Rating)
 —Input Gear                                       M—7017—B
 —ist Speed Gear                                   M—7100—D
 —2nd Speed Gear                                   M—7102—B (305 Ft Lbs Rating)
                                                   M—7102—X (325 Ft Lbs Rating)
 —Countershaft Cluster Gear                        M—7113—A (305 Ft Lbs Rating)
                                                   M—7113—X (325 Ft Lbs Rating)
 —3rd Speed Gear                                   M—7340—A (305 Ft Lbs Rating)
                                                   M—7340—X (325 Ft Lbs Rating)
Underdrive Pulley Kit          1986—1992           M—8509—A50
Hi—Flow EFI 5.0L Mustang       1986—1992           M—9A407—A50/M—9407—A50
 Fuel Pump


The applicant conducted comparative emissions tests of each device using a

1992 Ford Mustang powered by a 5.0L gasoline engine.

          Test results from an independent laboratory and confirmatory tests

conducted by the Air Resources Board (ARB) demonstrated the installation of

the Ford SVO‘s devices would not reduce the effectiveness of the pollution

control systems on applicable vehicles.    Based on the data submitted by the

applicant,   and the ARB‘s confirmatory testing,   staff recommends that the

exemption be granted as requested and that Executive Order No. D~—308 be

issued.


                                CONTENTS


                                           Number
SUMMARY                                       i
CoNTENTS                                     1i

 I.        INTRODUCTION

II.        CONCLUSION

 III.      RECOMMENDATION

~IV.       DEVICE DESCRIPTION

           DEVICE_ EVALUATION




                                  11


EVALUATION OF FORD MOTOR COMPANY SPECIAL VEHICLE OPERATIONS‘ HI—FLOW SHORTY
  HEADERS, HI—FLOW THROTTLE BODY, HI—FLOW EGR SPACER, INTAKE MANIFOLD KIT,
   GT—40 CYLINDER HEAD ASSEMBLY, HEAVY—DUTY T—5 TRANSMISSION, UNDERDRIVE
     PULLEY KIT, AND HI—FLOW EFI 5.0L MUSTANG FUEL PUMP, FOR EXEMPTION
          FROM THE PROHIBITIONS IN VEHICLE CODE SECTION 27156 AND
           TITLE 13, SECTION 2222, CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS




I.    INTRODUCTION

        Ford Motor Company Special Vehicle Operations   (Ford SVO) of 17000

Southfield Road, Allen Park, Michigan 48101, has applied for an exemption

from the prohibitions in Vehicle Code Sections 27156 and 38391 for the

following modified devices intended for installation on the following Ford

Mustang vehicles equipped with a 5.0L EFI gasoline engine:




      Device                   Veh. Model—year          Part Number
Hi—Flow Shorty Headers          1986—1992         M—9430—S8C/M—9430—CS5O
Hi—Flow Throttle Body           1988—1992         M~98926—A302/M—9926—A302
Hi—Flow EGR Spacer              1988—1992         M~9H474—A50/M—9474—A50
Intake Manifold Kit             1988—1992         M~60001—a50
 —Upper Intake Casting                            M—~9424—A51
 —Lower Intake Casting                            M~9461—A50
GT—40 Cyl. Hd. Assembly         1988—1992         M~6049—L303
 —Machined Casting                                M~6049—L302
 —Valve Train Kit                                 M~6090—1L302
Heavy—duty T—5 Transmission     1979/82—1992     M~7003—A (305 Ft Lbs Rating)
                                                 M~7003—X (325 Ft Lbs Rating)
 —Input Gear                                     M~7017—B
 —lst Speed Gear                                 M~7100—D
 —2nd Speed Gear                                 M~7102—B (305 Ft Lbs Rating)
                                                 M~7102—X (325 Ft Lbs Rating)
 —Countershaft Cluster Gear                      M~7113—A (305 Ft Lbs Rating)
                                                 M~7113—X (325 Ft Lbs Rating)
 —3rd Speed Gear                                 M~7340—A (305 Ft Lbs Rating)
                                                 M~—7340—X (325 Ft Lbs Rating)
Underdrive Pulley Kit          1986—1992         M~8509—A50
Hi—Flow EFI 5.0L Mustang       1986—1992         M~—9A407—A50/M—9407—A50
 Fuel Pump




II.       CONCLUSTON

          Results from comparative emission tests conducted at Roush

Technologies Laboratory, Livonia, Michigan 48150,    and from Air Resources

Board‘s confirmatory testing demonstrated emissions from the test vehicle

                                      —1—


did not exceed the levels acceptable for exemption of add—on or modified

parts under California Vehicle Code Sections 27156 and 38391.

        Based on the test results, staff concludes that the installation of

the Ford SVO‘s devices shown above will not reduce the effectiveness of the

emission control systems of the applicable vehicles.




III.    RECOMMENDATION

        The staff recommends that the exemption be granted as requested and

Executive Order No. D—308 be issued, permitting the advertisement, sale and

installation of Ford SVO‘s Hi—Flow Shorty Headers, Hi—Flow Throttle Body,

Hi—Flow EGR Spacer, Intake Manifold Kit, GT~40 Cylinder Head Assembly,

Heavy—duty T—S Transmission,    Underdrive Pulley Kit,   and Hi—Flow EFI 5.0L

Mustang Fuel Pump, on vehicles shown above.




IV.     DEVICE DESCRIPTION

        Ford SVO‘s devices function identically to those on the production

vehicles, except for the following modifications:

        1.   The Hi—Flow Shorty Headers (HFSH)    is made of stainless steel or

             ceramic coated stainless steel.     It bolts directly to stock

             exhaust pipes.    The headers receive exhaust gases from the

             cylinder head and transmit them to a common collector tube, and

             then to the "H" pipe/catalytic converter assembly.     The diameter

             of the Ford SVO headers is 8.3 percent larger than the original

             equipment manufacturer (OEM) cast iron headers.     The applicant

             claims that the increase in diameter of the headers provides for

             better airflow capability,   and results in better engine

             performance.

       2.    The Ford SVO Hi—Flow Throttle Body (HFTB)    is a butterfly type

             control valve that provides the vehicle with a mechanical means

                                       —2—


to control airflow into the engine when linked to the

accelerator pedal with cable.     It also incorporates a throttle

position sensor which sends throttle angle information to the

on—board computer as well as the idle speed control motor to

regulate engine idle airflow.     The diameter of the Ford SVO HFTB

is 8.3 percent larger than the stock throttle body.       The

applicant claims that their design improves the engine airflow

and results in better engine performance than the stock throttle

body.

The Hi—Flow EGR Spacer (HFES)}) is mounted at the upper

intake manifold on the downstream side of the throttle body.        It

provides a mounting surface for the EGR valve as well as

passage to supply exhaust gases to the EGR valve and the intake

airstream.     Its diameter is 7.7 percent larger than the stock

spacer.     The manufacturer claims that the Hi—Flow EGR Spacer

increases engine airflow capacity by 10 percent due to its

larger and less restrictive bore diameter.

The Intake Manifold Kit (IMK) directly replaces the OEM upper

and lower intake manifolds and incorporates all OEM attachment

surfaces.    The upper manifold runners are constructed of tubular

aluminum opposed to the production cast iron.    The upper

manifold runner diameter is increased to 1.65 inches and the

throttle opening diameter is increased to 2.75 inches.      The

lower manifold is cast from aluminum opposed to the production

cast iron.    The port size is increased and more precisely

contoured.    The applicant claims this kit provides increased

engine airflow by reducing restriction in the air inlet system.

The applicant will market the upper and lower manifolds as a kit


or separately,   though the applicant claims neither can operate

separately.

The GT—40 Cylinder Head Assembly (GT—40 CHA) directly replaces

the OEM cylinder head.     The cylinder head uses 1.84 inch intake

valve gauge diameter and 1.54 inch exhaust valve gauge diameter.

The exhaust valve seats are fitted with inserts to prevent seat

recession.     The combustion chamber volume is approximately

65.5cc.   The applicant claims it is designed to increase the

airflow through improved intake and exhaust runner configuration

and increased valve diameters.     The applicant will market the

bare cylinder head casting separately from the valvetrain kit,

though the applicant claims neither can operate separately.

The Underdrive Pulley Kit (UPK) replaces the OEM crankshaft,

alternator—and water pump pulleys.     The crankshaft pulley

diameter is reduced to slow the fead belt speed.     The overall

result is to reduce water pump speed by 14 percent and

alternator speed by 22 percent versus the stock pulley ratios.

The applicant claims this kit increases rear wheel horsepower by

reducing parasitic horsepower loss due to the engine driven

accessories.

The Heavy—Duty T—5 Transmissions (HDT—5T) are direct

replacements for T—5 equipped Mustangs and as an upgrade on

earlier S.R.O.D. transmission equipped Mustangs.     The

transmissions are appliéable only for vehicles equipped with

manual transmission.     There are two versions of the

transmission, M—7003—A and M—7003—X.     The difference between the

M—7003—A and M—7003—X is the use of improved material for the

cluster, 2nd and 3rd speed gears on the M—7003—X allowing a

greater torque rating —— 325 ft.    lbs. vs. 305 ft. lbs.   Both

                          —4—


              transmissions have identical ratios: 2.95 — ist, 1.94 — 2nd,

              1.34 — 3rd,   1.00 — 4th and O.63 — 5th.    These are the same

              ratios used in all 1984 5.0L Mustangs with T—5 transmissions and

              differ from the 1985—1992 model—year transmissions which use the

              following ratios:     3.35 — lst,   1.99 — 2nd,   1.33 — 3rd,   1.00 —

              4th and 0.68 — 5th.    The applicant claims the major advantage of

              these transmissions is an increase of a minimum of 10 percent

              in torque capacity over the production transmission.        The

              applicant will market the complete transmission and the separate

              components.    The applicant claims the gear set will upgrade the

              production T—5 transmission to the HDT—5T specifications.

              Although the gears will be marketed separately, the applicant

              claims they cannot be used separately.

         8.   Staff has determined, through engineering evaluation that Ford

              SVO‘s Hi—Flow EFI 5.0L Mustang Fuel Pump will have no adverse

              emission impact on applicable vehicles.      This high pressure in—

              tank fuel pump is a direct replacement for the production pump.

              It increases the flow from 88 liters/hour to 110 liters/hour.




v.       DEVICE EVALUATION

         Ford SVO was required to test the Hi—Flow Shorty Headers, Hi—Flow

Throttle Body,   Hi—Flow EGR Spacer,   Intake Manifold Kit,     GT—40 Cylinder Head

Assembly, Heavy—Duty T—5 Transmission and Underdrive Pulley Kit.          The Hi—

Flow EFI 5.0L Mustang Fuel Pump did not require testing since applicable

vehicles are equipped with a fuel rail mounted fuel pressure requlator.

This regulator returns excess fuel volume above the preset pressure to the

tank.   During periods of operation at high power levels, the stock fuel pump

cannot supply adequate fuel volume to maintain fuel pressure.         Therefore,

the effect of this pump is to increase the volume of fuel available only

                                        5—


during high power levels.           During normal driving conditions, fuel delivery

remains the same as stock.

.           The applicant has submitted test results conducted at Roush

Technologies Laboratory, an independent test laboratory located in Livonia,

Michigan.      Using the CVS—75 test proceduré, the applicant conducted a

baseline test on a 1992 Ford Mustang powered by a 5.0L gasoline EFI engine.

The vehicle was then tested in modified configuration with each of the seven

‘devices.     The ARB‘s confirmatory testing consisted of one CVS—75 in

unmodified (baseline}) configuration, followed by one CVS—75 with each of the

four devices installed, Hi—Flow Shorty Headers, Hi—Flow Throttle Body, Hi—

Flow EGR Spacer and GT—40 Cylinder Head Assembly.                The emissions impact of

the Heavy—Duty T—5 Transmission, Intake Manifold Kit and Underdrive Pulley

Kit was based on test data from independent laboratory which showed no

             significant increases.         The test results are shown below:

                                 CVs—75 Test Results
                           (Roush Technologies Laboratory)

    Test
Confiquration        Emissions (am/mi)               Change (am/mi)        % Change
                   HC        co       NOx       HC        co      NOx     HC       co      Nox
Baseline          0.136    0.700     0.961      —        —         —      —        —        —
HFSH              0.107    O.523     0O.658   —0.029   —0.177   —0.323   —21.3   —25.8   —33.6
HFTB              O.117    Q.640     0.632    —0.019   —0.060   —0.329   —14.0    —8.6   —34.2
HFES              0.083    QO.660    0.762    —0.053   —0.040   —0.199   —39.0    —5.7   —20.7
IMK               O.145    .0.530    0.633    +0.009   —0.170   —0.328   + 6.6   —24.3   —34.1
GT—40 CHA         O.141    0.623     0.425    +0.005   —0.077   —0.536   + 3.7   —11.0   —55.8
UPK               0.143    0.536     0.607    +0.007   —0.164   —0.354   + 5.1   —23.4   —36.8

Baseline for
the HDT—5T        Q.171    Q.574     0.614      —      —      —           —      —          —
HDT—5T            0O.135   0.405     O.618    —0.036 —0.169 +0.004       —21.1 —29.4      +0.7


                                     CVs—75 Test Results
                                    (Air Resources Board)

Baseline          0.160    0.620     0.432     —         —         —     —       —          —
HFSH              0.129    O.518     0.502    —0.031   —0.102   +0.070 —~19.4 —16.4      +16.2
HFTB              0.165    0.841     0.409    +0.005   +0.221   —0.023 +3.1 +35.6         —5.3
HFES              0.150    0.570     0.440    —D.010   —0.050   +0.008 —6.2    —8.1       +1.9
GT—40 CHA         0.212    0.830     0.420    +0.052   +0.210   —0.012 +32.5 +33.9        —2.7


        Ford SVO did not test any combination of the above devices.    The

combined effect on emissions due to the installation of two or more of the

above devices on any applicable vehicle is, therefore, not determined.       The

installation instructions of the devices do not recommend the alteration of

vehicle manufacturer's tune—up specifications.

        The California Exemption Procedures for Add—on and Modified Parts

allows maximum emission increase of O.lgm/mi or 10 percent for HC and NOx,

and 1.0gm/mi or 15 percent for CO for add—on or modified part.   Test results

from the independent laboratory and the ARB show that all the emission

increases are within the allowable limits specified in the exemption

procedures.



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