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Posted 05 November 2013 - 09:41 PM

Mid-American Hardbody Stock Car Winter Series Rules 2013-14

Body rules:
 (see approved body list at the bottom of these rules)
• The guide flag should not be visible when looking down at the car on the tech block.
• Roof height is measured from the tech block with a minimum of 1-7/8”
• Wheel wells are to be “hogged out” upon the original body wheel centers.
• Bodies are to be painted a minimum of one color, with three painted or decal numbers.
• Bodies are to have a three dimensional, painted interior with a driver figure. No paper interiors.
• Bodies may be lowered, but the original door line must still be visible to the tech director but the body must be no lower than 1-7/8" to the roof line.
• Styrene or Plastruct reinforcement is allowed inside the body.
• Front and rear windshield is required.
• Scratchbuilt plastic bumpers are allowed, but not measured for tech.
• Bodies must be mounted with Velcro only. May be secured with tape during the race.
• Side dams are not allowed. A rear spoiler with a maximum of ¼” is allowed of Lexan or plastruct material.
• Altered wheelbase, concept, convertible, and T-top, bodies are not allowed.
Chassis:
• Parma 4-1/2” FCR #578
• H&R #CHO1
• Parma Womp #573
• JK 2500 Super Stocker chassis
• Chassis may be cut and extended to match the wheel base, narrowed for better fit of the model body, or (in the case of a womp) widened with the     use of additional brass and piano wire.
• A hole may be drilled to oil the front of the motor.
• Bushing position may be raised and soldered in place.
• Bracing with piano wire and brass tube is allowed.
• Chassis must be of rigid soldered construction. No moving parts or screws allowed.
• Width is 3-1/4” or less, maximum 1/8” staggered tires allowed for oval racing.
• .032" clearance under the front axle, .050 clearance under the rear axle.
Axles:
• 1/8” minimum rear, 3/32” minimum front
• No bearings allowed
• No hollow axles
• Independent fronts allowed.
Gears:
• Any ratio, 48 pitch only.
• Inline configuration only.
• Pinion and gear are to be centered upon the original chassis motor bracket.
Motors:
• TSR #TRM02BP “Falcon 7”
• Parma sealed 501 “Deathstar”
• JKHR “Retro Hawk”
• Trinity #7011 “Evil 9”
• Fast ones #FO-7 “Demon”
• TSRD3
• Pro Slot 4000, 4002, and 4002B (motors must have seal intact and be in strict accordance to the IRRA™ motor policy, may be sent out for “refurbishing” by an approved rebuilder)
• Commercially available heat sinks allowed.
Tires:
• Minimum rear tire diameter is .950”
• .950 diameter x .250 wide minimum fronts.
• Approved rear tire and wheels are Pro Track #520, #N320, and H&R #HRW3016F.
• Approved front tire and wheels are Pro Track #528, #329, #400 or H&R equivalent.
For the live intersection figure 8 the following will be allowed:
• Minimum tire front and rear .950
• Chassis is of unlimited construction.
• Body length, make and model is unlimited, but must be a plastic kit of a vehicle.
• Sealed Parma 501 Deathstar, and sealed Pro Slot Puppy Dog motors allowed.
• Gears and axles are unrestricted.
• Air control devices and body modifications allowed.
General race rules specific to this class:
• If it’s not listed here, it’s not legal.
• For the safety of turn marshalls and other racers, race cars that are damaged to the point of the chassis being exposed must pit and be repaired immediately with adhesive or tape.
• Front and rear windows, front bumpers and grills must be repaired immediately.
• Rear bumpers must be repaired before the start of the next heat.
• Riders, and unretrievable cars are a track call.
• All races will be 3 minute heats with 1.5 minute intermissions. Repairs can be made under green flag or during intermission.

Approved Bodies:
(PS) indicates bodies legal for Pony Stock. (SS) indicates bodies legal for the Super Stock class
REVELL/MONOGRAM
Snaptite ’77 Monte Carlo 85-1962 (SS)
Snaptite ’69 Camaro 85-1959 (PS)
Snaptite ’70 Chevelle 85-1932 (SS)
Snaptite ’57 Chevy 85-1931 (SS)
’65 Chevelle SS 85-4055 (SS)
’66 Pontiac GTO 85-4037 (SS)
'66 Chevelle wagon 85-4054 (SS)
’90 Mustang LX 85-4252 (PS)
’87 Buick GNX 85-4018 (SS)
’93 Mustang GT 85-4013 (PS)
’57 Ford Custom 85-4283 (SS)
’67 Plymouth GTX 85-4916 (SS)
’92 Pontiac Firebird 85-4012 (PS)
’67 Coronet 85-4906 (SS)
’85 Camaro 85-4015 (PS)
’71 Plymouth GTX 85-4016 (SS)
’69 Torino 85-2080 (SS)
’69 Charger Daytona 85-4910 (SS)
’68 Pontiac Firebird 85-4905 (PS)
’50 Oldsmobile Club Coupe 85-4254 (SS)
’70 Buick GSX 85-4030 (SS)
’67 Chevelle 85-4923, 4285 (SS)
’84 Cadillac 85-4991 (SS)
’70 Roadrunner 85-0892 (SS)
’64 Pontiac GTO 85-0890 (SS)
’56 Chevy Del Ray 85-4946 (SS)
’56 Nomad wagon 85-4947 (SS)
’48 Ford 85-4253 (SS)
’70 Mustang 85-4943, 2149, 4203 (PS)
’70 Plymouth Superbird 85-4921 (SS)
’69 Nova 85-4274 (PS,SS)
’63 Impala 85-4278 (SS)
’68 Dart 85-4217 (PS,SS)
’66 Mustang GT350 85-4293, 7193 (SS)
’66 Chevy SS 85-4250 (SS)
’60 Impala 85-4248 (SS)
’57 Chevy 85-4251, 4250 (SS)
’68 Mustang 85-4215 (PS)
’70 Challenger 85-4213, 2596 (PS,SS)
’69 Charger 85-2546 (SS)
’68 Charger 85-4202 (SS)
’70 Chevelle Baldwin 85-2066 (SS)
’58 Impala 85-2073 (SS)
’49 Mercury 85-2860 (SS)
’70 Chevelle 85-2058, 2715 (SS)
’69 Camaro Baldwin 85-2061 (PS)
’71 Hemi Cuda 85-2943 (PS,SS)
’86 Monte Carlo 85-2862 (SS)
’69 Camaro 85-2148, 7457 (PS)
’55 Chevy 85-2211 (SS)
’64 Impala 85-2574 (SS)
'85 SVO Mustang 85-4276 (PS)
'70 Firebird 85-2026 (PS)
'68 Firebird 85-2342 (PS)
'64 Fairlane 85-2076 (SS)
'68 Charger 85-4202 (SS)
'70 Road Runner 85-0892 (SS)

AMT
'65 Chevelle wagon AMT 701 (SS)

Model King
'70 Buick Wildcat 21778p (SS)

MPC
General Lee 706 (SS)
'70 Super Bee 703 (SS)
'72 GTO 711 (SS)

LINDBERG
'61 Impala 72175 (SS)
'64 Dodge 330 72174, 72176 (SS)
AMT/ROUND2
Petty Kit car Dart
’60 Starliner AMT604 (SS)
’70 ½ Camaro AMT635 (PS)
’68 Shelby AMT634 (PS)
’66 Nova AMT636 (PS)
’62 Buick Electra AMT614 (SS)
’57 Bel Air AMT638 (SS)
’55 Nomad AMT637 (SS)
’62 Catalina AMT623 (SS)
’71 Charger AMT678 (PS, SS)
‘66 Oldsmobile 442 AMT689 (SS)
’69 GTX AMT686 (SS)
’61 Galaxie AMT652 (SS)
’51 Chevy Fleetline AMT702 (SS)
’66 Mustang AMT704 (PS)
’63 Studebaker Avanti AMT780 (PS)
’70 Ford Galaxie (police) AMT788 (SS)
’69 Hurst Olds AMT703 (SS)
’49 Mercury AMT654 (SS)
’58 Plymouth AMT801 (SS)
’67 Shelby Mustang AMT800 (PS)
’56 Victoria AMT807 (SS)
’70 Superbee AMT806 (SS)
’57 Chrysler 300 AMT3046 (SS)
’69 Mercury Cougar (PS)
MODEL KING
’53 Hudson Hornet MOE-1206-53 (SS)
’55 Chrysler 300 MOE-1203 (SS)
’71 Mercury Cyclone MK-21176 (SS)
’72 Monte Carlo MK-21876 (SS)
’72 Torino MK-21803 (SS)
’75 Laguana MK-21836 (SS)
POLAR LIGHTS
’69 Torino Talledega (SS)
AMT “MODIFIED STOCKER” (SS)
*All kits allowed in this series EXCEPT the Ford Falcon.
 
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