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Old 12-03-2008, 01:07 PM   #76
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Thanks for a place to race Dave !!!!!
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Old 12-03-2008, 01:08 PM   #77
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Conventional Heads only on Big block Nitrous and S/C. N/A cars all heads allowed.
... thank you, at least I can run N/A now if I want, I just don't think I'm gonna be able to get down to 3000 lbs but it's still a place to race.
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Old 12-03-2008, 01:12 PM   #78
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I think 88 run at a different weight than 76?
yeah...thats what #2 says...but #4 doesn't give 88mm as an acceptable combo...
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Old 12-03-2008, 01:28 PM   #79
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So i'm guessing 47-88 and no 98-88

I don't know if the car will work that light!!! now only if the nmra can come up with some fair rules like that.....

Thanks to everyone for getting a local "working man's" radial class off the ground!
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Old 12-03-2008, 01:28 PM   #80
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He'll tighten it up guys, don't worry!
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You CAN'T make rules based on what guys HAVE..........you have to make rules based on the POTENTIAL on any given combo. FAIR is next to impossible..............plus FAIR is a place where they have rides and pigs are judged, has nothing to do with racing..............LOL!!!

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So i'm guessing 47-88 and no 98-88

I don't know if the car will work that light!!! now only if the nmra can come up with some fair rules like that.....

Thanks to everyone for getting a local "working man's" radial class off the ground!
Damn your shit is already to fast!!

Now you get to run 200lbs lighter and on a better tire.
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Old 12-03-2008, 02:09 PM   #82
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Dave, the 572max cid for the BBC is only related to NOS, It doesn't apply BBC N/A correct?
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Old 12-03-2008, 02:24 PM   #83
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Dave, the 572max cid for the BBC is only related to NOS, It doesn't apply BBC N/A correct?
Correct.
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Old 12-03-2008, 02:27 PM   #84
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Is this 100lbs for coilovers with stock suspension as well or only ladder bar/coilover combos?
Its a 100lbs if you just have coilovers. And its a 100lbs for ladder bars and coilovers together or just ladder bars.
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These rules can be adjusted if need be. These are a start we'll work from here.
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If you have stock suspension & coil-overs-it should NOT be a weight penalty.......The ladder bar should be the only thing that carry's the 100#'s.(like in the 1st Sat.DR class) So a stock suspension car w/coil-overs & a 88mm turbo has to weight 3500#'s.........WOW! I thought we were trying to get away from that?

Also I suggest someone clarify's what 88 is allowed-I think it should be a 'straight" 88(Precision GT-47 / Turbonetics Y2K ETC.)-I know what a 88/98 looks like.
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So basically exclude reducer rings, 88mm from tip to tip. There is alot of debate if reducer rings really work as well as they should.
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If you have stock suspension & coil-overs-it should NOT be a weight penalty.......The ladder bar should be the only thing that carry's the 100#'s.(like in the 1st Sat.DR class) So a stock suspension car w/coil-overs & a 88mm turbo has to weight 3500#'s.........WOW! I thought we were trying to get away from that?

Also I suggest someone clarify's what 88 is allowed-I think it should be a 'straight" 88(Precision GT-47 / Turbonetics Y2K ETC.)-I know what a 88/98 looks like.

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So basically exclude reducer rings, 88mm from tip to tip. There is alot of debate if reducer rings really work as well as they should.

no "clipped" turbos either
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No 98-88s???? There must be too many nmra radial guys here(with blowers)!!
Reducers basically don't do shit,and I saw a lot of "potential" with the big 88,so the 47-88 seems fair. As far as weight,i don't see 100 lbs.making a big difference. The car works OK for how heavy it is anyways,just the trans isn't too happy. It's gonna take a lot of work and $$ to get it to work around 3200-3300.
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