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Old 11-07-2010, 01:30 PM   #136
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HERE ARE THE 275X RULES THAT ARE USE ON THE EAST COAST AND DOWN SOUTH . THINK THEY WOULD MAKE A GOOD START IF YOU RUN A 275 CLASS THESE ARE IDEAS
Naturally Aspirated (small block) 2700 lbs.
Naturally Aspirated (big block with standard deck height and conventional head) 3000 lbs.

Naturally Aspirated (big block with tall deck height and conventional head) 3100 lbs.
Naturally Aspirated (big block with standard height and big chief head) 3250 lbs.

Nitrous (small block) 3100 lbs.
Nitrous (big block with standard deck height and conventional head) 3250 lbs.
Nitrous (big block with tall deck height and conventional head) 3400 lbs.

Single YSI / F1A Supercharger (small block) 3100 lbs.
Single F1C Supercharger (small block) 3200 lbs.
Single F1R / Xi Supercharger (small block) 3300 lbs.

Single 76mm T6 Turbocharger (small block) 3100 lbs.
Single 80mm T6 Turbocharger (small block) 3200 lbs.

Single 85mm T6 Turbocharger (small block) 3300 lbs.
Single 88mm T6 Turbocharger with 85mm reducer (small block) 3350 lbs.

* Small Blocks with single stage nitrous system: deduct 100 lbs.
* Small Blocks (NOS only) with 23 degree Chevy heads, 20 degree Ford heads, and 18 degree Mopar heads: deduct 100 lbs.
* Non-Intercooled boosted cars: deduct 50 lbs.
* Aftermarket rear suspension (Ladder bar): add 50 lbs.

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Old 11-07-2010, 01:40 PM   #137
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I think on a Big Block that the 150lb swing is BS for a 9.8 to a 10.2......maybe 50lbs for the Deck height. But thats still BS... I can see 150lbs swing for a non- cov. head.

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Old 11-07-2010, 01:42 PM   #138
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Nevermind my last post.
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Old 11-07-2010, 02:03 PM   #139
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Old 11-07-2010, 02:20 PM   #140
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Well from the sounds of it I can scratch ORP off my heads up schedule for 2011. It really is a shame.
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Old 11-07-2010, 02:26 PM   #141
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Well from the sounds of it I can scratch ORP off my heads up schedule for 2011. It really is a shame.
Why do you say that?
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Old 11-07-2010, 02:33 PM   #142
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I'd like to see something happen. I am 75 miles from ORP, US41, Terre Haute, Charleston, and about 100 from Joliet.
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Old 11-07-2010, 02:37 PM   #143
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Why do you say that?
I thought jMatt just said index classes only? Did I read this wrong? I would love to see a limited street class.
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Old 11-07-2010, 02:40 PM   #144
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I thought jMatt just said index classes only? Did I read this wrong? I would love to see a limited street class.
I said expect to see index classes. Beyond that, I don't know. But if they do something beyond index classes, expect it to be the same as some already established classes - including something like Limited Street.
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I defiently know some people who would come out...Grudge racing maybe????
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I talked to Mike Stark a few min ago... Got some good ideas going it seems.....


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Haveing JUST index racing will not fill the stands. I would never go out and run index. (thats just me though) At the NHRA events, people walk around when they see index classes but come up to watch the heads up classes. Its this way at every event I goto. People want to see wild and crazy shit happen. A few heads up classes are a must in my opinion.

I do feel there are enough cars to show up in classes like EZ Street, Limited Street....Outlaw classes. People will not show up if the payout is questionable. This has to be firmed up.

When I was refering to the rules about not being Bias twards NOS cars....I was refering to some of the cars that run the valley - Leon Mathis's 4.9X car. Not too many cars going to run with that ! I can't....can Trace, Kurgan, Lee ? I know what Kurgans car is capable of, I am his friend for years and have helped on his team for the last 4-5 years.
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Haveing JUST index racing will not fill the stands. I would never go out and run index. (thats just me though) At the NHRA events, people walk around when they see index classes but come up to watch the heads up classes. Its this way at every event I goto. People want to see wild and crazy shit happen. A few heads up classes are a must in my opinion.

I do feel there are enough cars to show up in classes like EZ Street, Limited Street....Outlaw classes. People will not show up if the payout is questionable. This has to be firmed up.

When I was refering to the rules about not being Bias twards NOS cars....I was refering to some of the cars that run the valley - Leon Mathis's 4.9X car. Not too many cars going to run with that ! I can't....can Trace, Kurgan, Lee ? I know what Kurgans car is capable of, I am his friend for years and have helped on his team for the last 4-5 years.
Remember that no-electronics Index racing is completely different from SuperComp or SuperGas that you see at NHRA events. I run SuperGas in the NHRA and love driving it, but admit it's horrible from the fans' perspective.

I got beat by Shawn Langdon at the U.S. Nationals when I broke out by .005 seconds, taking .006 seconds of stripe. We changed leads 5 times during the 9.90 second race. That was intense as @#$%. But probably boring for fans that don't understand it.
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