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Re: Bone stock class - a good idea? Club considering over USAP.
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Our club went through this a couple of years ago,and the rules we adopted seem to be working well for us and have helped us recruit new members: In a nut shell; Stock appearing,no parts stripping to save weight, 3.0 mph, hitch can be fabricated but must mimic stock dimensions,fully functioning governor that can not be over-ridden,10% over on rpms, no cut tires & limited to one size over stock. Electrical enhancements like 12V alternator,Pertronix,etc. is allowed. Factory aircleaner must be hooked up. We allow any type of properly secured weights...several of our members even use iron barbell weights. I believe that policing hitches, tires , & speed are the keys, as all can be easily checked. A RULE THAT CAN NOT BE ENFORCED IS WORSE THAN NO RULE! Our biggest point of discussion for this type of class was...what is the best speed limit, but by allowing slightly bigger tires and a few extra rpms we found that 3.0 mph works great for us. Even though some 2 cylinder guys would still prefer it just a tad slower they are competitive.Good Luck!
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