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Author Topic:   cubic inch and weight limit
paintswapper
Member
posted February 28, 2001 08:28 AM
THE PROBLEM WITH THESE RULES IN BOMBER CLASSES IS THAT IT MEANS EQUIPMENT AND TIME IN INSPECTION. AT OUR LOCAL TRACK THEY HAVE A GUY THAT WALKS AROUND THE PITS AND CHECKS CARS. IF YOU HAVE A CI MEASURMENT THEN YOU NEED EQUIPMENT AND TIME. WITH SCALES YOU HAVE ONE MORE CAR CLASS TO WEIGH IN A VERY SHORT TIME PERIOD. LOCALLY THEY WEIGH LATE MODEL, SEMI LATE, AND MODS SO THEIR IS NOT MUCH TIME FOR THE STREETS AND MINI'S. IT ALL COMES DOWN TO THE CLASSES RANKING ON THE FOOD CHAIN AND PAYOUTS. THE HIGHER ON THE CHAIN AND MORE CASH THE MORE TECH. I WISH WE HAD WEIGHT INFORCEMENT MYSELF BUT THAT WOULD MEAN MORE INSPECTORS. WHICH WOULD MEAN A HIGHER ENTRY FEE.


Silver Fox
Member
posted February 28, 2001 09:58 AM
we have run a 360 9-1 cid rule for the past 3 years and it has helped the compition greatly as for weight rules i think if you just enfore a rule of wheel base and just what you can gut out of the car will take car of the weight


BIG PIMP'N
Member
posted March 02, 2001 09:23 PM
obviously silver fox does not drive or he would know you can never have to much hp, if you know how to drive!!!


Silver Fox
Member
posted March 05, 2001 07:29 AM
BIG PIMPLESS, If you were to read what I said, I did not say that that you could have to much HP. I said "To much HP is probably what hurts a lot of the bombers" But I do agree with what you said that a driver can never have enough HP if he knows how to drive.


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