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Author Topic:   new crusiser rules in ks
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 12
posted November 13, 2002 10:13 PM
i have heard rumors of the new crusier rules in kansas. i was wondering if anybody has heard anything. i have heard that they wont't let us run modified tires, have to have front fender wells, inner door skins, an "stock" motors, as all ways. i think that the new rules are a pile, but any actually knowledge of the rules would be helpfull.

Dirt Forum Champ
Total posts: 1565
posted November 21, 2002 07:15 PM UIN: 54865418
they sound just like the rules around here and they are better than you might think it's supsoed to be a fun class not a two man stock car class we ran under rules like that and had less than $300 in our car thats what the whole concept was created for so guys that couldn't afford to buy racing wheels and tires and big motors could get a change to race and be competitive

Dirt Roller

Total posts: 13
posted November 22, 2002 02:19 PM
Sounds like our rules......go to The rules are there like the previous post said to make it affordable and fun. There will be those that don't abide by them but oh well. Ours is such a demo derby most of the time the most important thing is endurance not speed.

Dirt Roller

Total posts: 12
posted November 24, 2002 09:26 AM
thanks guys for your input. i finally got our rules from the tracks, and thats just what alot of the stuff is, was rumors. thanks again

Lazy R
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 17
posted December 03, 2002 05:43 PM
They shouldn't prevent you from cutting out the inner door. Thats the only way to build the cage with the door bars out there so you aren't banging you elbows on them.

Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 38
posted December 07, 2002 09:29 PM
We aren't even allowed door bars.....or kickers. We even leave the door panels and armrests in the front doors. We did put an "oh s**t" handle in our car on the dash for the gas man. Not very many do this, but it helps keep him off the door and leaning to the inside.

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