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Re: Open Class update

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Ed Carlsen

02-26-2013 06:53:50

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This is a great Idea. Limit the rules that don"t apply to an open class OPEN MEANS OPEN. No speed limit, No RPM limit. Don"t like the class don"t pull in it. SAFTEY IS THE MOST IMPORTANT Run what you brung But have your safty equipment. Wheele bars,kill switch / air shut-off, Steel fly wheel, saftey blanket, side shields,Fenders,Dead mans throttle,electric fan or shielded, No curved exhaust pipes 18.4-38 largest tire 1959 or older tractor Naturally aspirated class and turbo class Just a few saftey ideas.To many rules spoil the sport This is about who can pull the furthest with no limitations and do it safely Just my thoughts

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02-26-2013 17:44:47

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 Re: Open Class update in reply to Ed Carlsen, 02-26-2013 06:53:50  
Look at the IPA Outlaw class. NA unlimited size (carb, fuel injection and diesel) and diesel with a small turbo. It is a fun class with a good set of rules.

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The Inquirer

02-26-2013 16:57:41

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 Re: Open Class update in reply to Ed Carlsen, 02-26-2013 06:53:50  
Mr. Ed, You sounded like a real serious puller until you showed your chicken $hit side. What's with this 1959 and older? Tell us all just what you are scared of! 25 years and older is considered an antique. Lets make it fun for all and move year model up to at least 1965 or newer would be better yet. There won't be anything stock about anything in a class like this anyway so why segregate?

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Ed Carlsen

02-27-2013 20:38:55

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 Re: Open Class update in reply to The Inquirer, 02-26-2013 16:57:41  
Antique has been 1959 and older but your right don"t make much difference in a class like this.

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