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Author Topic:   sim limited mod
posted October 08, 2003 09:13 PM

posted October 09, 2003 09:49 PM
i will be here in a couiple years hopefully

posted October 12, 2003 02:57 AM
I do... Actually I am trying to sell my car. If your interested go to

posted October 21, 2003 09:26 AM
I run sims. It is a lot of fun. I also
build and sell them. If you want a car or
just want to know anything about the class
call me at 281-324-4879. My name is Billy
Gould Jr.

posted October 21, 2003 06:04 PM
There are about 12-15 running at our track.
Hot Rod Hill Motorpark Bryan TX
Our Track just renamed them Peel limited modifieds in honor of the man that started the class that just died.

posted October 23, 2003 10:02 AM
yeah. i thought it was 14in. of vacum.

posted October 24, 2003 08:43 AM
I heard it was changed to 12 (i think it
was 14 at first). Also, there is no longer a 68 cc rule on the heads, but you can't have
any more than 175# compression at the cylinder. My understanding on the vaccuum rule is that is suppose to stop people from
running all those special grind big overlap
high dollar cams. There is a guy in Houston
that runs the biggest cheater motor I've ever
seen. I think his name is Doug Maxwell!
Ha ha ha Most rules are written to keep him
from cheatin

posted October 24, 2003 09:01 AM
Also, the compression deal and the vaccuum
deal were done to ease the techin for the
tracks. I think people can still put up some money if they want someone checked further, but a compression check or a vaccuum
check can be done pretty quickly. I know I
would have preferred this on the nights when
they cc'd my heads

posted October 24, 2003 12:25 PM
the only thing I am bending is the tubing
for my new car. It takes too much money to
buy all those trick cheater parts. Until
school teachers get a raise I'll be stuck
running my same old junk. I'm even gonna
run a white body on my car this year because
white aluminum is a little cheaper than the colored stuff.