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Any one know where to find the rules and payout for Outlaw 10.5???? I can't find it anywhere.
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2008 SHAKEDOWN AT E’TOWN RULES

PRO OUTLAW BLOWN
Rules:
  • For cars with blowers, turbos or centrifugal superchargers
  • Multiple power adders permitted
· No minimum weight
· Must be Pro Mod type door car with working doors.
· Diaper/oil retention device required
· No altereds or dragsters
· Courtesy staging in effect
· Auto start on , set at 7 seconds for timeout
· All NHRA safety rules, license, and chassis requirements in effect

PRO OUTLAW NITROUS
Rules:
· For cars with nitrous assistance
· Naturally aspirated vehicles permitted
· No blowers, turbos, or centrifugal superchargers
· No cubic inch limit
· No minimum weight
· Must be Pro Mod type door car with working doors
· Diaper/oil retention device required
· No altereds or dragsters
· Courtesy staging in effect
· Auto start on, set at 7 seconds for timeout
· All NHRA safety rules, license and chassis requirements in effect

OUTLAW 10.5

Rules:
  • 3,000 lb. base weight
  • Must run 10.5 tires only, no big tires
  • No Pro Modified cars or full round tube chassis cars
  • Single (one) power adder only
  • Diaper/oil retention device required
· Courtesy staging in effect
· Auto start on, set at 7 seconds for timeout
  • All NHRA safety rules, license and chassis requirements in effect
Deductions:
  • Naturally Aspirated – deduct 400 lbs.
  • Small Block NOS – deduct 600 lbs.
  • Big Block NOS – deduct 200 lbs.
  • Single Turbo - Small Block – deduct 200 lbs.
  • Single Turbo – Big Block – deduct 100 lbs.
  • Twin Turbo - Small Block – deduct 100 lbs.
  • Twin Turbo - Big Block - no deductions
  • Small Block Blown – deduct 200 lbs.
  • 4 & 6 Cylinder – deduct 700 lbs.


HEAVY STREET
Rules:
  • 3,150 lb. base weight
  • No Pro Modified cars or full round tube chassis cars
  • Single (one) power adder only
  • Any tire size allowed
  • Diaper/oil retention device required
· Courtesy staging in effect
· Auto start on, set at 7 seconds for timeout
  • All NHRA safety rules, license, and chassis requirements in effect
  • Special bonus for Limited Street entries
Deductions:
  • Naturally Aspirated – Deduct 500 lbs.
DRAG RADIAL
Rules
  • 3,175 lb. base weight
  • DOT Radial Tire, max 12” measured tread widths
  • Factory transmission & converter, OEM stick acceptable
  • Single (one) power adder only
  • Second (2) power adder permitted on Imports
  • Stock type suspension, direct bolts replacements acceptable
  • Wheelie Bars NOT permitted
  • Diaper/oil retention device required
· Courtesy staging in effect
· Auto start on, set at 7 seconds for timeout
  • All NHRA safety rules, license, and chassis requirements in effect
Deductions:
  • Small Block Nitrous, 4 Cylinder & 6 Cylinder – deduct 600 lbs.
  • Big Block Nitrous – deduct 300 lbs.
  • Naturally Aspirated – deduct 600 lbs.


8.50 INDEX
Rules:
  • Sportsman ladder
  • .4 Pro Tree/Heads Up/No Breakout/Quickest ET gets lane choice
  • No Deep Staging
  • Maximum tire 10.5” (example: W33.0/10.5-15W)
(All cars running 11.00 and quicker must have metal, screw-in valve stems.)
  • Any race fuel permitted including alcohol
  • Minimum vehicle weight: 2800 lbs. for Small Block/3000 lbs. for Big Block
  • Auto Start set at 7 seconds for timeout
  • All NHRA safety rules, license and chassis requirements in effect
Body/Interior:
  • Full-bodied factory rear wheel drive street type cars
  • A ribbon-type window net SFI Spec 27.1 is mandatory on full bodied cars that are required to have a roll cage
  • Must be street appearing/no gutted interiors/carpeted interior even if rear seat is removed (The interior should look clean and professionally done)
  • No car will be permitted to go faster than the Chassis is certified for by the NHRA
  • Must have door panels
  • Racecar lettering on windows only (Sponsor Logos permitted)
  • Height on hood scoop to be a maximum 9 inches
  • No one-piece fiberglass front ends
  • Back half or stock suspension permitted
  • Windows, Lexan permitted (Roll down windows optional)
  • Must have stock style front suspension
  • No full round or square tube chassis cars
  • On board fire extinguisher is permitted and recommended
Electronics:
  • Bracket Racing Aids: No throttle stops, No Electric shifters or Optical sensors. No delay boxes or other driver aided electronics. The application or use of any device, mechanical or electronic, that permit the driver to ascertain the position of their vehicle in relation to the starting line is prohibited.
  • Progressive Nitrous controller system permitted
NHRA Rulebook:
      • Delay boxes/Devices 8.2 under prohibited
      • 8.7 switches
      • 9.1 computer
Engine/Transmission:
  • Trans Shield meeting SFI Spec. 4.1 mandatory in all cars running quicker than 10.99 or 135 mph
  • Oil retention device (Diaper) recommended for all cars running 9.99 & quicker
  • OEM or aftermarket transmissions with a maximum of 5 forward speeds permitted, including “clutchless” models. Any gear change must occur from direct action by the driver. Pneumatic, Electric, Hydraulic shifters prohibited. Clutch release devices prohibited. Trans brakes and 2-steps allowed.
  • Jacket/Pants/Gloves/Neck Collar mandatory in all cars running 9.99 and quicker or 135 mph and quicker
  • NOS permitted as well as other power adders
  • No dragsters
 

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I mean last year I came saturday night at like 12am coming from VMP from Virginia. We got there at that time and it looked like a national event! I can't wait to see what big rigs and cars will be there this year! Right when I go back to work i'm taking both those days off!
 

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It would be nice to know the payout scale before we plan a 1200mile trip. Not planning on winning, but it would be nice to know if we make a few rounds what kind of $$ we could get to help with expenses. Less than a month away!!!! Payout info would help us decide if we want to make such a BIG trip or not.
 

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It would be nice to know the payout scale before we plan a 1200mile trip. Not planning on winning, but it would be nice to know if we make a few rounds what kind of $$ we could get to help with expenses. Less than a month away!!!! Payout info would help us decide if we want to make such a BIG trip or not.
You coming from the south west or north? It's worth the trip. It gets better and better every year.
 

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You coming from the south west or north? It's worth the trip. It gets better and better every year.
So you have driven halfway across the country to go all the way to the semi's and barely get enough to cover the fuel to get out of the state? Payout info would help the far away people decide if it is worth the aggravation.
 

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Hopefully they get the payouts posted soon, the race is alittle over 3 weeks away. Also email dave [email protected] as i know he has posted a few times about getting sponsors to maybe help get some teams their.
 

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ah yes the PAYOUTS....spent most of today on phone trying to drum up sponsor dollars...had okay success but still one more weeks work.

what we know for sure at this moment is this:

blown pro mod $20k to win
nitrious pro mod $ 10k but should be 20k
outlaw 10.5 $10k to win
heavy street $5k to win
drag radial $5k to win
8.50 index $5k to win

that is what we have at the moment but hope to double payouts from 10.5 on down if possible. what ever i raise in sponsor dollars goes back into payouts and special bonus awards. could use help fund raising...if you know a company that would like to come aboard please contact us [email protected]. thanks.
 
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