2019 AEROQUIP PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS HEADS UP RULES - Squarespace

 
2019 AEROQUIP PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS
            HEADS UP RULES

THE FOLLOWING RULES APPLY TO ALL CAR CLASSES:

Lower Engine Containment Device Required
Oil Retention Device:
• Device may be custom-built ballistic blanket-style or metal-style (I.e., bucket) device.
• Metal pan may be no longer than the engine from the front of crank shaft to the rear of
    the flywheel.
• Pan must be inside the frame rails and fabricated to retain oil\liquid.
• Pan must attach to the frame via conventional fasteners or straps.
• Pan must be a minimum of 3 inches above ground.

Diapers: They do not have to be SFI rated.
In order to compete in this class, all cars must run the class windshield banner including
sponsor names on the top of their windshield unless approved by the Race Director to be
placed in a more visible location for viewing and safety reasons only. All cars must also run
the series sponsor sticker (Aeroquip) on their front window. This is a class rule and in order
to compete in this class the class windshield banner and series sponsor must be properly
displayed. If you feel you need to place them somewhere else for safety purposes, you
must get that approved.
In the spirit of the racing, all cars (except Open Comp) must have a current chassis tag in
order to help keep daily drivers out of the class. All final decisions are to be made by the
Race Director.
       All classes are scheduled for 3 rounds of qualifying (except Open Comp). This is
subject to change based on timing and weather conditions.
       ***NO DOUBLE ENTRY IN ANY HEADS UP CATEGORY.
RUN WHAT YA BRUNG-RWYB
                1/8 Mile - .400 Pro Tree - 8 Car Qualified Field - Pro Ladder
                             Rules are subject to change at any time.
Open to any type of "Door" Car - Pro Modified, Pro Stock, Pro Street, Pro Outlaw, Top
Sportsman
No minimum weight, tire size, engine size, unlimited power adders
Lower Engine Containment Device Required:
Oil Retention Device:
   •   Device may be custom-built ballistic blanket-style or metal-style (I.e., bucket)
       device.
   •   Metal pan may be no longer than the engine from the front of crank shaft to the rear
       of the flywheel.
   •   Pan must be inside the frame rails and fabricated to retain oil\liquid.
   •   Pan must attach to the frame via conventional fasteners or straps.
   •   Pan must be a minimum of 3 inches above ground.
Diapers:
They do not have to be SFI rated.
In order to compete in this class, all cars must run the class windshield banner including sponsor
names on the top of their windshield unless approved by the Race Director to be placed in a more
visible location for viewing and safety reasons only. All cars must also run the series sponsor
sticker (Aeroquip) on their front window. This is a class rule and in order to compete in this class
the class windshield banner and series sponsor must be properly displayed. If you feel you need
to place them somewhere else for safety purposes, you must get that approved.

  In the spirit of the racing, all cars must have a current chassis tag in order to help keep daily
         drivers out of the class. All final decisions are to be made by the Race Director.

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OUTLAW 10.5
1/8 Mile - .400 Pro Tree - 16 Car Qualified Field - Pro Ladder
Rules are subject to change at any time.
All vehicles must retain stock appearance and wheelbase (Full tube chassis cars must take
applicable weight penalty for wheelbase) Slicks must be stamped 10.5 on tire, W's are
allowed. 12" maximum tread width. Base weights 33/10.5W/15 or 315/60/15 MT Radials.
Weights
Import 4 & 6 Cyl with Power Adders 2300 pounds
N/A No Minimum weight
SB NOS 2150 pounds
SB Roots and Centrifugal Supercharged 2500 pounds
SB Turbo 2500 pounds
SB Twin Turbo 2650 pounds
BB NOS 2550 pounds
BB Supercharged 2700 pounds– Screw blowers run at 3000lbs
BB Turbo 2700 pounds
BB Twin Turbos 3000 pounds

Add 75 pounds for Full Tube Chassis with 0-4” over WB
Add 125 pounds for Full Tube chassis with 4 ¼ - 7” over WB
Add 175 pounds for any wheelbase that exceeds 7 ¼ to 10” over stock WB
Add 50 lbs for a clutch
Add 50 lbs for ANY lockup convertor on Methanol
Deduct 100 lbs for a non-W 10.5 bias ply slick Tire(10.75 Maximum Tread Width)
Deduct 150 lbs for using a smaller than 33" “W” Slick Tire
Deduct 300 lbs for Mod Motor
Lower Engine Containment Device Required:
Oil Retention Device:
   •    Device may be custom-built ballistic blanket-style or metal-style (I.e., bucket)
        device.
   •    Metal pan may be no longer than the engine from the front of crank shaft to the rear
        of the flywheel.
   •    Pan must be inside the frame rails and fabricated to retain oil\liquid.
   •    Pan must attach to the frame via conventional fasteners or straps.
   •    Pan must be a minimum of 3 inches above ground.
Diapers: They do not have to be SFI rated.
In order to compete in this class, all cars must run the class windshield banner including sponsor
names on the top of their windshield unless approved by the Race Director to be placed in a more
visible location for viewing and safety reasons only. All cars must also run the series sponsor
sticker (Aeroquip) on their front window. This is a class rule and in order to compete in this class
the class windshield banner and series sponsor must be properly displayed. If you feel you need
to place them somewhere else for safety purposes, you must get that approved.
 In the spirit of the racing, all cars must have a current chassis tag in order to help keep daily drivers out
                    of the class. All final decisions are to be made by the Race Director.
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DRAG RADIAL – DR
     LDR weight and tire rules for 2019 moving to complete LDR rules in 2020
               1/8 Mile - .400 Pro Tree - 16 Car Qualified Field - Pro Ladder
                             Rules are subject to change at any time.
TIRES
Any brand 275/60/15 Drag Radial. Mickey Thompson 295/65/15 Drag Radial (PN: 3558) and
Hoosier 295/65/15 DR2 (PN: 17316DR2) will be the legal tire options for the ‘big’ tire option.
Nitrous oxide combinations can run any tire at base weight, no weight penalty on nitrous cars
for the big tire. Any 481X/HEMI or Any Hemispherical Headed Combination equipped with
single turbocharger, twin turbochargers or centrifugal supercharger(s) must be on a 275/60/15
drag radial, no big tire option for that engine/power adder combination. All entries must stay
on the same tire throughout the entire event.

FRONT CHASSIS/SUSPENSION
Stock front frame rails and suspension required. Aftermarket control arms and bushings allowed
as long as they bolt in stock locations. Rack and pinion steering allowed. Aftermarket coil over
shocks allowed and aftermarket direct replacement struts are allowed, but must bolt in stock
location.
Aftermarket bolt in sub-frame allowed. Must bolt in unaltered stock OEM mounting locations.
OEM suspension configuration required. These bolt on subframes must be from a manufacturer
with designated company part numbers and must be produced for the vehicle they were designed
for from the manufacturer.

REAR CHASSIS/SUSPENSION
Any type rear suspension allowed. Firewall must be retained and in stock location.
Wheelie bars are not allowed

ENGINE
 Any engine combination allowed. Motor plates and solid mounts allowed. All nitrous bottles to
be safety vented pop off to outside the vehicle.
TRANSMISSION
Any type automatic or manual transmission allowed.

WEIGHTS:
All weights are minimum with driver in car after qualifying/elimination round.
NATURALLY ASPIRATED:
– Small Block – No Minimum
– Big Block – No Minimum
NITROUS OXIDE:
– Small Block – 2,200 lbs.
– Big Block (4.840 Bore, Any Transmission) – 2,550 lbs.
– Big Block (5.000 Bore, Any Transmission) – 2,650 lbs.
– Big Block (5.000+ Bore, Up to 903 CI, No Lockup Transmission) – 2,800 lbs.
– Big Block (5.000+ Bore, From 904-965 CI, No Lockup Transmission) – 2,825 lbs.
– Big Block (5.000+ Bore, Up to 903 CI with Lockup Transmission) – 2,850 lbs.
– Big Block (5.000+ Bore, From 904-965 CI with Lockup Transmission) – 2,875 lbs.
TURBOCHARGER:
– Small Block, Single Turbo – 2,800 lbs.
– Small Block, Twin Turbo – 2,950 lbs.
– Big Block, Single Turbo – 3,075 lbs.
– Big Block, Twin Turbo – 3,325 lbs. (No Weight Addition for the 295/65/15 Tire)
SUPERCHARGER:
– Small Block, Roots – 2,650 lbs.
– Big Block, Roots – 2,800 lbs.
– Small Block, Screw – 3,000 lbs.
– Small Block, Single Centrifugal (ProCharger F1 or Equivalent) – 2,725 lbs.
– Small Block, Single Centrifugal (ProCharger F2 or Equivalent) – 2,750 lbs.
– Small Block, Single Centrifugal (ProCharger F3 or Equivalent) – 2,775 lbs.
– Small Block, Twin Centrifugal – 2,950 lbs.
– Big Block, Single Centrifugal (ProCharger F1 or Equivalent) – 2,975 lbs.
– Big Block, Single Centrifugal (ProCharger F2 or Equivalent) – 3,025 lbs.
– Big Block, Single Centrifugal (ProCharger F3 or Equivalent) – 3,075 lbs.
– Big Block, Twin Centrifugal – 3,200 lbs.
WEIGHT ADDITIONS/REDUCTIONS:
– 100 lb. Weight Addition for the 295/65/15 ‘Big’ Tire Option, (MT 3558 or Hoosier
17316DR2) except Big Block Twin Turbo combination.
– 100 lb. Weight Addition for 481X/HEMI or Hemispherical Headed BBC/BBF except Twin
Turbo platform.
– 481X, HEMI and Any Hemispherical Headed Engine must be on 275 Drag Radials if power
adder is single turbocharger, twin turbocharger or any centrifugal supercharger(s) combination.
This rule applies for the screw supercharger, small block combination as well.
– 25 lb. Weight Reduction for Non-Extended Tip Compressor Wheel turbochargers on Twin
Turbocharged Combination Only (Competitors may be asked to remove compressor cover for
verification at any time by technical inspection team)
– 25 lb. Weight Reduction for Conventional Headed BBC Combinations on Gasoline.
– 50 lb. Weight Reduction for Centrifugal Supercharger Combination on Gasoline.
– 50 lb. Weight Reduction for Leaf Spring Rear Suspension.
*** Rules are subject to review at any time. We are going to do our best to keep the racing as
tight and competitive for all combinations throughout the entire 2019 season. ***
Lower Engine Containment Device Required:
Oil Retention Device:
• Device may be custom-built ballistic blanket-style or metal-style (I.e., bucket) device.
• Metal pan may be no longer than the engine from the front of crank shaft to the rear of
the flywheel.
• Pan must be inside the frame rails and fabricated to retain oil\liquid.
• Pan must attach to the frame via conventional fasteners or straps.
• Pan must be a minimum of 3 inches above ground.
Diapers: They do not have to be SFI rated.
In order to compete in this class, all cars must run the class windshield banner including sponsor
names on the top of their windshield unless approved by the Race Director to be placed in a more
visible location for viewing and safety reasons only. All cars must also run the series sponsor
sticker (Aeroquip) on their front window. This is a class rule and in order to compete in this class
the class windshield banner and series sponsor must be properly displayed. If you feel you need
to place them somewhere else for safety purposes, you must get that approved.
In the spirit of the racing, all cars must have a current chassis tag in order to help keep daily drivers out
of the class. All final decisions are to be made by the Race Director.
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ALL MOTOR - AM
                1/4 Mile - .400 Pro Tree - 16 Car Qualified Field - Pro Ladder
                              Rules are subject to change at any time
Base Weights

Small Block - 2625 pounds – Max 500 CI
Small Block with in-line valve cylinder heads deduct 50lbs
Big Block - 3200 pounds – Max 700 CI
Big Block Chevy, Mopar, Ford with conventional (production car stock bore space) OEM
style heads (Must not deviate more than 2 degrees from stock valve angle) run at 3050
pounds, Hybrid heads such as SR20 and Dart 20 degree run at base weight.
AMC powered - 2850 pounds.
Big Block Maximum Bore Spacing 5.0" / Small Block Maximum Bore Spacing 4.5”.
Must be rear wheel driven door cars only.

In an effort to tighten the field entries that have competed in 2018:
   •   Any entry that ran 7.90 – 8.10 seconds may deduct 100 lbs from base weight until a
       qualifying or elimination run quicker than 7.89 is made by the entry.
   •   Any entry that ran 8.11 and slower may deduct 200 lbs from base weight until a qualifying
       or elimination run quicker than 8.10 is made by the entry.
   •   Once an entry runs quicker than the ET breaks listed above, the entry will NOT be allowed
       the ET deduct for the remainder of the season beginning at the next scheduled event.
   •   The 2019 season ET weight deducts will include the Qualifying and elimination run data
       from the Milan Heads Up events in 2018. If you went quicker than 7.89 at any Milan 2018
       event you are NOT eligible for ET deducts listed in this paragraph.
   •   For competitors that did not race in 2018 or are new to the class will run at base weight at
       first event they compete at in 2019. Weight adjustment described in this paragraph will
       apply to the next event in which they compete.

Carburetors
Single carburetor allowed must fit 4500 bolt pattern. Any modifications are allowed. No split
carburetors allowed. Stretched carburetors are allowed with no weight penalty.

Fuel Injection
Electronic fuel injection is allowed. Single throttle body must fit within a 4500 series bolt
pattern.

Intake Manifolds
No restrictions

Mufflers
Not required

Transmissions
Auto Transmissions: Any OEM American automatic transmission or a replica of an OEM
American Automatic transmission that uses planetary gears and torque converter permitted.
Transmission-to-engine adapters are permitted. Trans brakes permitted. Automatic transmission
entries run at listed base weights. Pneumatic, electric, hydraulic, etc. shifters prohibited.
Any gear change must occur from direct action by the driver.
Manual Transmissions: OEM or aftermarket transmissions with a maximum of 5 forward
speeds permitted. Clutchless models permitted. Pneumatic, electric, hydraulic, etc. shifters
prohibited. Any gear change must occur from direct action by the driver.

Front Suspension
Any type of suspension is allowed. Stock frame rail from firewall forward required. Firewall to
remain in the original location. Bolt-on replacement units allowed.
This needs to be verified in tech that the bolt on factory mounting point are used with the bolts
present.
Rear Suspension
Stock Suspension - Deduct 25 pounds from base weight
Ladder Bar - Runs at base weight
4-Link – Runs at base weight
Wheelie Bars
Wheels must be non-metallic. Wheels and or wheelie bars may not be attached to the rear
bumper or bumper braces. Wheelie bars may be 54 inches in length or to the rear bumper,
whichever is longer.Length is checked from centerline of rear axle to center of wheelie-bar
wheel.

Deduct 50lbs for no wheelie bars.

Rear Tires
Slicks and drag radials or radial construction permitted. Actual measured tread of tire is limited
to 10.75 inches by 30.5 inches tall. Tire will be measured by a "go-no go" gauge at scale after
run. Approved tires – M/T3062, 3062S, 3062R and 3362R
Body Exterior
Body panels can be replaced with factory appearing bolt-on replacements.
OEM style forward facing hood scoop are allowed, Pro Stock style forward facing hood scoops
are allowed. Non-forward facing hood scoop (cowl induction or flat hoods) deduct 25lbs.
Windows
Lexan is allowed in the windshield, doors, side windows and the back window.
Lower Engine Containment Device Required:
Oil Retention Device:
• Device may be custom-built ballistic blanket-style or metal-style (I.e., bucket) device.
• Metal pan may be no longer than the engine from the front of crankshaft to the rear of the
flywheel.
• Pan must be inside the frame rails and fabricated to retain oil\liquid.
• Pan must attach to the frame via conventional fasteners or straps.
• Pan must be a minimum of 3 inches above ground.
   Diapers: They do not have to be SFI rated.
In order to compete in this class, all cars must run the class windshield banner including sponsor
names on the top of their windshield unless approved by the Race Director to be placed in a more
visible location for viewing and safety reasons only. All cars must also run the series sponsor
sticker (Aeroquip) on their front window. This is a class rule and in order to compete in this class
the class windshield banner and series sponsor must be properly displayed. If you feel you need
to place them somewhere else for safety purposes, you must get that approved.
In the spirit of the racing, all cars must have a current chassis tag in order to help keep
daily drivers out of the class. All final decisions are to be made by the Race Director.

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PRO STREET BIKE/SLED

            1/4 Mile - .400 Pro Tree - 16 Bike/Sled Qualified Field - Pro Ladder
                            Sled Rules - Contact us with questions
             To Be Announced - Rules are based of MIROCK Pro Street Class
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                                  OUTLAW SLED

                           1,000 Feet - .400 Pro Tree - Pro Ladder
                                  Contact us with questions
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Naturally Aspirated - All Motor -1/4 Mile - .400 Pro Tree - 16 Car Qualified Field - Pro Ladder
Rules are subject to change at any time
Base Weights
Small Block Chevy, Ford, Mopar minimum weight 2950 pounds- Maximum Cubic Inch of 440.
Big Block Chevy, Ford, Mopar minimum weight 3300 pounds- Maximum Cubic Inch of 565.

Stock bore space blocks only – No billet blocks.
All Motors will be P/G for accuracy and sealed at first race. Any time a seal is broken, engine will
need to be re-pumped. (Any infraction (CHEATING)can orwill result in immediate
disqualification from series)

HEADS: OEM STYLE means standard port and valve layout front to rear, and port height within
reason of understanding what commercially is available for conventional heads. This definition
will be subjective under TECH DISCRETION.
Big block or Small:Chevy, Mopar,Pontiac, Olds, Ford, with conventional OEM style heads.
No billet heads-
No hybrid OEM Style racing heads - No SR20 style BBC heads, only normal conventional
aftermarket heads such as those from Brodix, Dart, BMF, AFR, B1, Indy, TFS etc. allowed. No
intake port height limitations.
Big Block Buick, Oldsmobile & Pontiac with conventional OEM style heads minimum weight
3300 pounds. Tech will use discretion when considering legal heads.
Small Block Chevy, Mopar, Ford, with conventional layout, in-line valve style heads. Minimum
weight 2950 pounds. No port height limitations. Non inline cylinder heads such as SB2, Yates
Style, may run with 75 lb. penalty.
LS Based Engines – In-line heads allowed at base weight. MAST STR8 Jacket and CID BE-LS inline
heads add 75lbs. Other similar style heads not specified here will be considered on a case-by-
case basis.
Canted and/or splayed valve heads such as Mast Mozez or Edelbrock LS-R heads – add 125 lbs.
Carburetors: Any commercially available 4150 style 4 bbl. single carburetor allowed. Little Bo’-
Get’MGarage style 4150 carbs with dual oval throttle blades are allowed.

Fuel injection: No fuel injection allowed

Oiling System: Wet or dry sump systems allowed

Intake Manifolds
Any COTS (commercial off the shelf) commercially, “out of the box, bolt on” cast aluminum
intake manifold allowed. No external modifications, no custom one off manufactured, no cast
blank intake machined and modified to fit, no cutting and welding runners and/or mounting
flanges, no re-drilling flange (bolt holes must remain as machined in COTS production) and
manifolds must have manufacturers part number identification visible as provided by
manufacturer when new.
Any design allowed but must fit under the hood.
No tunnel rams or bolt together style intake manifolds allowed – NO EXCEPTIONS! (This
includes top to base or side to side).
No intake spacers of any kind allowed – intake must bolt directly to cylinder heads. (at
technical advisor’s discretion*)

Transmissions
Auto Transmissions: Any automatic transmission allowed. Adapters are permitted.
Trans brakes permitted. Automatic transmission entries run at listed base weights. Pneumatic,
electric, hydraulic, etc. shifters prohibited. Any gear change must occur from direct action by
the driver.
Manual Transmissions: Any style manual transmission allowed. No limits on clutch style.

Body
Stock steel fenders, steel doors, steel quarter panels and steel roof required. (Magnets will be
present)
Stock location, factory steel firewall, and factory steel floor pan are required.
Factory appearing rear spoilers allowed. (Rear Wings allowed)
Fiberglass bumpers, hoods and deck lids allowed.
No Lexan windows allowed. Must be OEM style glass installed OEM fashion.

Hood
Limited to 6" cowl style hood. (+/- ½”) No forward cut outs in hood permitted. The 6-inch
maximum means anywhere along the cowl scoop profile, measured against the primary surface
of the hood. No single point of the cowl allowed to measure more than 6".
No aftermarket forward facing hood scoops.
No restrictions on air intake position. i.e. under the car, grill area, windshield etc.

Frame
Stock factory frame rails required, front to back. Modifications allowed for clearance only.
Entry may be mini-tubbed with narrowed frame rails.

Rear Suspension
Leaf Spring, Stock Suspension or Ladder Bars permitted. Coil over shocks permitted.
Traction Bars, Cal Tracs, Slide-a-Link or Torque Arms are permitted.
Ladder Bar - Runs at base weight
Bolt in or weld in anti-roll bars allowed.
No 4-Links allowed
Wheelie Bars Prohibited

Front Suspension
Front suspension must represent the stock type suspension for the model car being used. By
“Stock Type” we mean any custom parts used must mount directly to stock suspension points.
Cars originally equipped with A-Arms must continue to use A-Arms on the stock mounting
points. Aftermarket A-Arms which are adjustable are acceptable.
Cars equipped with Struts, must utilize struts in the original strut towers. Manipulation for
proper geometry within the tower is acceptable.
Bolt on K-Member style cradles for late model cars are acceptable but must follow the Strut and
A-Arm rules. Coil over front shocks allowed.
No Spindle mount wheels.

Rear Tires
Tires limited to 9x26, 9x28, 9x29, 9x29.5 or 9x30 slicks only. (Radial sidewalls permitted)

Lower Engine Containment Device Required.
Oil Retention Device:
• Device may be custom-built ballistic blanket-style or metal-style (I.e., bucket) device.
• Metal pan may be no longer than the engine from the front of crank shaft to the rear of the
flywheel.
• Pan must be inside the frame rails and fabricated to retain oil\liquid.
• Pan must attach to the frame via conventional fasteners or straps.
• Pan must be a minimum of 3 inches above ground.
Diapers: They do not have to be SFI rated.

Any infraction (CHEATING) could potentially result in disqualification from series.

In order to compete in this class, all cars must run the class windshield banner including sponsor names
on the top of their windshield unless approved by the Race Director to be placed in a more visible
location for viewing and safety reasons only. All cars must also run the series sponsor sticker (Aeroquip)
on their front window. This is a class rule and in order to compete in this class the class windshield
banner and series sponsor must be properly displayed. If you feel you need to place them somewhere else
for safety purposes, you must get that approved. In the spirit of the racing, all cars must have a current
chassis tag in order to help keep daily drivers out of the class. All final decisions are to be made by the
Race Director.

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                                  OPEN COMP - OC

                 1/4 Mile, Index/Dial-In Staggered .500 Pro Tree, 56 Car Field
Altereds, Roadsters and Door Cars only 8.50 - 11.99
Bracket racing Aids-delay boxes, cross over boxes or any" reaction-time
related" devises are prohibited.
Throttle stops of any type are prohibited. 2-steps and trans-brakes are permitted.
Electronic/air shifters permitted.
Tires must be slicks or drag radials
Qualifying based on reaction time, 2 ROUNDS OF QUALIFYING
Indexes are computed by taking your quickest pass and subtracting .10 from it.
That becomes your dial in for the rest of the race
Double entries are prohibited
Lower Engine Containment Device Required:
Oil Retention Device:
• Device may be custom-built ballistic blanket-style or metal-style (I.e., bucket) device.
• Metal pan may be no longer than the engine from the front of crankshaft to the rear of the
flywheel.
• Pan must be inside the frame rails and fabricated to retain oil\liquid.
• Pan must attach to the frame via conventional fasteners or straps.
• Pan must be a minimum of 3 inches above ground.

Diapers: They do not have to be SFI rated.
In order to compete in this class, all cars must run the class windshield banner including sponsor
names on the top of their windshield unless approved by the Race Director to be placed in a more
visible location for viewing and safety reasons only. All cars must also run the series sponsor
sticker (Aeroquip) on their front window. This is a class rule and in order to compete in this class
the class windshield banner and series sponsor must be properly displayed. If you feel you need
to place them somewhere else for safety purposes, you must get that approved.
  In the spirit of the racing, all cars must have a current chassis tag in order to help keep daily
         drivers out of the class. All final decisions are to be made by the Race Director.
    MUST MEET ALL NHRA RULES INCLUDING LICENSE AND CERTIFICATION

                                  OUTLAW 632

1/8 Mile - .400 Pro Tree - 16 Car Qualified Field - Pro Ladder
Rules are subject to change at any time.
- Stock Type Body. Aftermarket doors, front ends, bumpers, fenders, hoods, deck lids allowed.
- Maximum front overhang 45". Minimum ground clearance 3" from nose to 12" behind front
spindle.
- Stock Bore Space Blocks only. Big Blocks max size 640 cid, Small Block max size 485 cid -
Small blocks over 485 cid will be at Big Block weight.
- Nitrous or Naturally aspirated engines only. Single Carbs, Dual Carbs, Split Dual Carbs and
EFI permitted.
- Racing Gasoline only. E85 and Alcohol permitted.
Any type transmission, Torque Convertor or Clutch permitted. Any size and type of tire allowed.
Base Weights:
Big Block Nitrous 3,000lbs (any jet .037 or larger and/or multi system)
Big Block Nitrous .036 Jet or .110 single entry conventional plate 2700lbs
Big Block Naturally Aspirated 2,500lbs
Small Block Nitrous 2,400lbs
Small Block Naturally Aspirated No Minimum Weight

Weight deductions and Additions
33x10.5 non- W tire or smaller (315) deduct 50lbs
29.5 or smaller tire deduct 100lbs
Conventional cast heads deduct 100lbs
Clutch add 50 lbs
Billet Heads add 50lbs
Single Carb deduct 50lbs
No wheelie bars deduct 50lbs
Lower Engine Containment Device Required:
Oil Retention Device:
• Device may be custom-built ballistic blanket-style or metal-style (I.e., bucket) device.
• Metal pan may be no longer than the engine from the front of crankshaft to the rear of the
flywheel.
• Pan must be inside the frame rails and fabricated to retain oil\liquid.
• Pan must attach to the frame via conventional fasteners or straps.
• Pan must be a minimum of 3 inches above ground.

Diapers: They do not have to be SFI rated.
In order to compete in this class, all cars must run the class windshield banner including sponsor
names on the top of their windshield unless approved by the Race Director to be placed in a more
visible location for viewing and safety reasons only. All cars must also run the series sponsor
sticker (Aeroquip) on their front window. This is a class rule and in order to compete in this class
the class windshield banner and series sponsor must be properly displayed. If you feel you need
to place them somewhere else for safety purposes, you must get that approved.
  In the spirit of the racing, all cars must have a current chassis tag in order to help keep daily
         drivers out of the class. All final decisions are to be made by the Race Director.
    MUST MEET ALL NHRA RULES INCLUDING LICENSE AND CERTIFICATION
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