Big Tire and Outlaw 10.5 (back half) rules UPDATED 3-05-09

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Big Tire and Outlaw 10.5 (back half) rules UPDATED 3-05-09

Postby Carl Blanton on Wed Feb 04, 2009 4:30 pm

(Updates are in red)
Big Tire
Engine: Any engine, tranny, and fuel combination allowed.

Tire
Tires: Must run an 11.0" or lager labeled slick, or D.O.T tire.

Maximum front end overhang of 45” as measured from centerline of front spindle.
An approved extension may be used to reach 45” if the front end overhang of the body is less than 45”.
Doors Required. Doors must be functional and able to be opened from both the inside and outside of the vehicle.

Miscellaneous
Cars will run on a .400 pro tree, 1/8th mile.

All cars must pass track tech inspection.



10.5 Outlaw

Engine: Any automotive engine is permitted
Exhaust: All automobiles must be equipped with mufflers. Inserts will be allowed.
Induction: Any induction setup is permitted. Also, any power adder is allowed.
Power Adders: Unlimited!!

Fuel and Fuel Systems:
Any type of gasoline or alcohol is permitted. (NO Nitromethane)

Frame & Suspension
Cars must maintain the factory firewall in factory location. Also, cars must maintain factory stock sub frame, frame or framerails or any bolt on K-Member or subframe allowed with original suspension mounting points. (Note; Coil spring on upper a-arm vehicles may install aftermarket Mustang a-arm or strut type front suspension (must have approval).
Cars are allowed to back-half the rear frame section of the car, and chassis bracing and reinforcing is permitted. Front suspension components may be replaced with after-market bolt-on parts. Rack and pinion allowed on any car.

Tire
Any rear tire.

Miscellaneous

Cars must have WORKING headlights and taillights.
Cars may use fiberglass front clip, doors, decklid and bumpers. No fiberglass bodies
Lexan permitted.
Cars will run on a .400 pro tree, for an 1/8th mile.
All cars must pass track tech inspection.

Big change here is that we are allowing any tire in Outlaw 10.5, and I know that it is no longer a ten five class, but I want to keep the name for now. It is bassically a back half class.

Subject to review and change.

Civil comments welcome.
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Re: Pro Mod and Outlaw 10.5 (back half) rules

Postby smileygofast on Thu Feb 05, 2009 9:04 am

Sounds good to me carl. Think you will have a good turn out. Also thanks for all the work geting this going,see you at the track. :nice: :nice: :nice: :layrubber:
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Re: Pro Mod and Outlaw 10.5 (back half) rules

Postby Hudgens-Racing on Thu Feb 05, 2009 3:05 pm

:nice: Yes,Thank you very much for working on this!I think the results will be very good!Thank you-Terry Hudgens!!!!
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Re: Pro Mod and Outlaw 10.5 (back half) rules

Postby Karate Kid on Sun Feb 08, 2009 6:14 pm

I can't seem to find a Lager labeled Slick. :-? I have a few Samuel Adams Lagers labeled Irish Red.. but none labeled Slick. I am guessing that LAGER is supposed to be laRger....?
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Re: Pro Mod and Outlaw 10.5 (back half) rules

Postby Carl Blanton on Mon Feb 09, 2009 3:48 pm

Slick lagers give me diarrhea.

I think you have to be a lumber jack to appreciate lagers.
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