Does anyone have a set of 265 or 255 RE71's unmounted right now and a postage scale? I'm just wondering what the weight is compared to what the TireRack has listed.
There's no way I can go, its my daughters birthday. I guess I'll see you in NJ?f' it. Signed up for the Pittsburgh Match Tour. So far it's spec RS & S2k class, haha
Yep the Pro. It should be my 4th event in the RS. I hope I have everything set up by then... lolAt the Pro? I'm signed up. I'll be missing the NNJR event the weekend of the Match Tour (obviously)
Hmmm... I'll right a letter this weekend. My assumption, based on the rules as they are written now, is that since it is part of the exhaust, and is behind the cat and only functions as part of the exhaust that it is able to be replaced... Including the connector.http://cdn.growassets.net/user_files/scca/downloads/000/021/318/17-fastrack-May-Solo.pdf?1492707318
If you're running B Street, please go submit a letter regarding 13.9.I (#21519) in the above Fastrack so we can run exhausts that are 100% legal. Currently the rules are quite vague on this, 13.10.C allows for freedom on the exhaust behind the cat, but does not state any legality on valves. I doubt anybody would protest it due to the exhaust freedom rule, but you never know...
Submit a letter here: https://www.crbscca.com/
My twin girls birthday is the Sunday of the Match Tour otherwise I would have already signed up. I have to drive there occasionally anyway for work. I'm technically on call for Pittsburgh this weekendYeah, I'm doing the Match Tour next weekend in Pittsburgh and don't want to be hassled... I bought the Vivid Racing valve simulator (it's a mechanical simulator that still uses the OEM motor, so it's more legal) and I'll bolt that on if anybody *****es about the Grimmspeed part.
Have fun at the event! How far from Philly are you? There's no more NNJR events until the Pro (after the 30th) so I'll likely not meet you until the Pro!
I disagree... the just because it is disconnected from the valve doesn't stop the wiring from being part of the exhaust, as it was in the first place anyway. Adding the simulator to the end of the plug is the same as adding a different tip to the cat back. It remains part of the cat back weather it is disconnected or cut... in fact you should be able to cut the wires anywhere in back of the cat and put the simulator there. It is part of the exhaust.But, if you have no valve anymore that wire is not longer part of the exhaust and there is no allowance to add a default device (that was never part of the exhaust either) that tricks the system into thinking that the valve is still in place and functioning. At national events some people can get very "legal" like in there understanding of the rules and rule one (if not explicitly allowed it is disallowed) would apply to them. I guess you could just weld the mount for the defeat device to the exhaust pipe and then it would be part of the exhaust...
It went up to 106% for a second!DW what cheat were you using to get 101% throttle? Why only 101%, I know all the sports guys on tv always give it 110%. :wink:
What class is OBS? I can't figure out what the "O" is???Wrapped up my class and Pax on my second run this weekend! Parked the car after 4 and drove everything else in the afternoon.
Pax Time Results
Lol at running the RS in Drift mode...in case people haven't seen yet, made a separate thread - very interesting results here:
The West Coast "DS" or "BS" Car Classing Test Yields Interesting Results
Not just the radio, It's held in with a screw so you cant take it out. To my knowledge the only thing that can be screwed down that you can remove is the spare tire.Question:
Does taking out the foam pad and the rear sub takes you outta Street Class at the national?
Planning to go to Lincoln, but I took off the pad and the sub for more hatch space. Been running like this at local and 1 Champ Tour.