posted March 13, 2002 05:39 AM
Rules say stock crank and rods, wouldn't that negate a Stroker?
Thanks for the help, I apreciate it!
A.Engine must follow manufacturers line (i.e. Chevy in Chevy; Ford in Ford; Mopar in Mopar, etc.) Maximum 406 cubic inches.
B.Number one or first spark plug must be in line with upper ball joint.
C.Stock OEM cast iron heads. World Products S/R Torquer heads permitted, GM casting #I-052, Ford casting #I-056. No Iron Eagle heads. No altering of heads.
D.No General Motors angle plug heads or after market high performance heads.
E.Hydraulic lifters only. No solid lifters, roller rockers, roller lifters or roller camshafts.
F.Stock crankshaft and rods must be used. No modifications.
G.Headers are permitted. Mufflers are required. Exhaust not permitted to be directed toward ground, must be parallel to ground. No 180-degree headers.
H.Stock fuel pump must be used. Fuel line from carburetor must be a maximum of 3/8-inch. No electric fuel pumps.
I.Ignition must be stock single points with stock coil. HEI factory ignition is permitted but must be battery powered. No magneto or MSD ignitions.
8.CARBURETOR AND INTAKE
A.Carburetor limited to one stock OEM 2-barrel with NO modifications. Removal of choke plate permitted. Stock Holley 500-cfm Model 4412 carburetor permitted.
B.Must use stock cast iron two-barrel or four-barrel intake with adapter.
C.No after market intake, no polishing, grinding, cutting or porting.
D.Restrictor plates may be required
A.Cars with 360 cubic inch engine or less must weigh minimum of 3200-pounds with driver in driver seat without adding fuel after race.
B.Cars over 360 cubic inch engine up to maximum 406 cubic inch motor must weigh minimum 3400-pounds with driver in driver seat without adding fuel after race.
C.Track scales will be official.