I understand trying to keep it street car oriented .I'm just saying the rules will keep the performance in check . The tags and insurance won't . Something else to think about is that Arkansas and Kansas don't have safety inspections Missouri does so all the late model cars with more stringent emissions requirements are at a disadvantage. That is unless you know a saftey inspector Dont get me wrong on this deal I think this will be a killer class just don't want to see cars that meet all the rules requirements except tags and insurance not be able to race.
The smallest wheel i can fit on my car is a 16'', are there any exceptions? My car is a 03 mustang. All the drivetrain is stock. The only way i can fit a 15'' wheel on my car is by taking a grinder to the brake calipers, and im definatly not doing that, its just as important to stop as it is to go!
The rules list "Whipple 3.3" as an allowed blower. I am assuming that the Whipple 3.4 is the intended allowed blower setup (for the modular Ford guys). The 3.3 was released for the Ford GT Supercar briefly, but they started calling it a 3.4 shortly after. If you look on Whipple's website, they list the 3.4 for the Lightning/Cobra/GT/GT500. It is the offering from Whipple that compares to the KB 2.8.
The 3.3 itself is a boat blower that was adapted by a few guys to work on the Mod platform. The 3.4 is the same compressor, just designed specifically for the modular motor.
I have sent Carl an email about this clarification.