Cheap Street rules *updated 7-15-09*

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Cheap Street rules *updated 7-15-09*

Postby Carl Blanton on Wed Feb 18, 2009 5:11 pm

Cheap Street is a entry level class Craig has cooked up for heads up racing at Mo-Kan. It will run with some special races and it will run on a few Friday nights, basically once a month.

This class will be all run on a Pro ladder with one round of qualifying. Cheap street will run 1/4 mile, subject to review and change.

The rules;

Engine:
Any automotive internal combustion engine allowed
Must be stock manufacturer block
No aftermarket blocks
Conventional heads must be run on all engines

Transmission:
Any automotive transmission allowed
Transbrake Allowed

Electronics:
Progressive Nitrous Controller Allowed
2-step Allowed
No Delay Box

Power Adders:
BB V8 must run N/A
One power adder for SB V8/6 cylinder
Single stage nitrous
No multi-port nitrous fogger
Single 76 mm Turbo
No Twin Turbos
Centrifugal Superchargers limited to: Procharger D-1 or smaller
• Vortec V3 or smaller • Any Paxton or Powerdyne
2.8 or smaller Kenne Bell and 3.4 and smaller Whipple blowers
6-71 or Smaller roots blower allowed
Any Intercooler Allowed
No Methanol or Water Injection
4-cylinder unlimited power adders

Fuel:
All cars must run on gasoline (Except for N/A small block may run
methanol)
No Nitromethane

Tires:
275/60-15 or smaller drag radial
28x10.5-15 (non-w) or smaller Slick
Street radials limited to 275 or narrower

Chassis:
Bolt in Suspension parts only
Ladder bars allowed
Coilovers allowed
Minitub allowed
Inner frame rail must remain in stock unmodified position
Stock firewall and floor pan must remain in unaltered position
Subframe Connectors allowed

Body:
Must be stock appearing factory built body
Functioning Mufflers required
No cutouts
Headlights, taillights must function
Fiberglass limited to hood, decklid and bumpers (unless stock)
Full interior (rear seat may be removed, but area must be carpeted)
No Lexan (except back window in trucks for roll bar)

Mo-Kan Safety rules apply.

Subject to review and change.

Civil comments welcome.
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Re: Cheap Street rules

Postby PEGASUS on Wed Feb 18, 2009 9:32 pm

Sounds like a cool class. :layrubber: :layrubber:
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Re: Cheap Street rules

Postby Karate Kid on Wed Feb 18, 2009 10:08 pm

I LOVE the Cheap Street Class. Might get something going for that, too.
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Re: Cheap Street rules

Postby Rick M on Fri Feb 20, 2009 8:24 pm

Looks good to me
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Re: Cheap Street rules

Postby julven on Tue Feb 24, 2009 4:38 pm

Must be stock manufacturer block
No aftermarket blocks
Conventional heads must be run on all engines

Is there any exception on these rules?Like if it was a SBC and it was N/A. I have a Sbc Rodeck aluminum block and Brodix Canted Valve Heads but it is only 410ci.Jason
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Re: Cheap Street rules

Postby durty on Tue Feb 24, 2009 6:59 pm

does the exhaust need to exit in the rear or will it pass as long as there is a muffler there?...say a downpipe dumped with a bullet style muffler?
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Re: Cheap Street rules

Postby bad355_67camaro on Tue Feb 24, 2009 7:51 pm

julven wrote:
Must be stock manufacturer block
No aftermarket blocks
Conventional heads must be run on all engines

Is there any exception on these rules?Like if it was a SBC and it was N/A. I have a Sbc Rodeck aluminum block and Brodix Canted Valve Heads but it is only 410ci.Jason


i'm kind of doubting it. The rules are intended to keep it "budget" oriented and a stock block, in some cases, can be a limiting factor on how fast the field is.
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Re: Cheap Street rules

Postby mokancraig on Tue Feb 24, 2009 11:37 pm

Correct, the idea was to keep the more expensive/exotic parts out of this class.

Durty, no restrictions on how much exhaust. Just that there is a functioning muffler.
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Re: Cheap Street rules

Postby julven on Wed Feb 25, 2009 7:33 am

bad355_67camaro wrote:
julven wrote:
Must be stock manufacturer block
No aftermarket blocks
Conventional heads must be run on all engines

Is there any exception on these rules?Like if it was a SBC and it was N/A. I have a Sbc Rodeck aluminum block and Brodix Canted Valve Heads but it is only 410ci.Jason


i'm kind of doubting it. The rules are intended to keep it "budget" oriented and a stock block, in some cases, can be a limiting factor on how fast the field is.


I am with you on the budget part and that is why I built what I have. Mine is just some old used sprint car stuff that cost the same to build as most N/A aluminum headed big block Chevy w/stock blocks in my eyes. But because it is what it is aft and aluminum I am willing to take the biggest handicap. N/A only. And let’s say I was to win one and Carl and Craig didn't feel it was fair I won't run the class again. But I said Carl and Craig because we all know there is always haters. Jason
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Re: Cheap Street rules

Postby Carl Blanton on Wed Feb 25, 2009 2:18 pm

No exceptions at this time.
We need to run this class a few times, sticking to the letter of the rule, before we look at any changes.
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Re: Cheap Street rules

Postby julven on Wed Feb 25, 2009 3:16 pm

Sounds good.If things change let me know.We still have another car in the family that fits the rules so we will be there.
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Re: Cheap Street rules

Postby Rick M on Thu Feb 26, 2009 8:31 pm

Are bowtie blocks or Fords sportsman blocks considered production blocks? Just noticed the tags and insurance rule is there a reason for this rule .I for one have never tagged or insured any race car just because i dont typically drive them on the street just curious.
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Re: Cheap Street rules

Postby durty on Thu Feb 26, 2009 10:05 pm

im sure its cause its the Cheap Street class
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Re: Cheap Street rules

Postby Rick M on Sat Feb 28, 2009 9:16 am

durty wrote:im sure its cause its the Cheap Street class


Just because you have tags and Insurance on your race car doesn't make it a "street car". The rules will limit the cars performance not tags and insurance .The only thing that rule does is add more money to the cost of racing .
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Re: Cheap Street rules

Postby julven on Sat Feb 28, 2009 11:19 am

Mine has Classic plates and Insurance and has seen lots of street time in it's life.Like VAMP it is just another way to make it more street car oriented I would say but it doesn't wake one a street car .
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