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Author Topic:   Attn. Houston Mods
SIMS_Mods
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 11
posted November 29, 2001 09:46 AM
Ok, you guys/gals have been talking about getting some sort of new class going in Houston that utilizes a mod chassis/suspension with just more of a limited motor/tranny rule.

SIMS has been trying to put ideas together to sanction a full modified class for the 2003 season in addition to our Limited Modifieds. We want your input on the rules! I'm not mentioning any names, but some Houston tracks may not be UMP sanctioned following 2002. So, if we can get on the ball now, SIMS will do whatever it takes to try and get modifieds in at the tracks that will not be going back with UMP and maybe convince some other tracks to look at getting the modifieds back to where they originally started.

Let us have it!

SIMS
"A new dirt track tradition" www.simsmodifieds.com

General
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 151
posted November 29, 2001 02:42 PM
Sims if you want the skinny on B-Mods you need to read Racer-4's post. there are several examples of B Mod rules as well as possible links to others. There's pretty much two things in common on a B-Mod. they restrict the power of the motor compared to an all out UMP engine, and they attempt to restrict cost by having some spec parts rules.

SIMS_Mods
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 11
posted November 29, 2001 05:07 PM
Ok, how about this for a set of motor rules. Run whatever you want with the exception of alum. heads or blocks and as an equalizer, run a spec Holley carburator with a built in restrictor plate. Easy to tech and with the plate, a $500 motor can be as fast as a $10,000 motor.

What do ya'll think?

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Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 151
posted November 29, 2001 06:23 PM

Couldn't this cause a lean condition?

*explode*

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