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05-06-2009 07:45 PM
zetecDon There were a couple of other turbo'd cars down at River Downs Nick. Check the footage on your camera and see what classes they had on their sides.
05-05-2009 09:25 PM
ThatOneFocusGuy I wouldn't want to know....
05-05-2009 08:08 PM
egbertnr One of these days Shaun I might break out the SVT into autocross, I am just afraid of what class they will put me in.....
05-03-2009 07:45 AM
Auto-X-ZTS
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Originally Posted by norcalfocus01 View Post
So I would have to put my stock shocks back in to run ST?
no. I listed the changes...and where they put you class-wise. So the damper change is a stock-legal change, in other words.
05-02-2009 09:02 PM
steve35svt Adjustable shocks are legal for both ST and stock.
05-02-2009 08:26 PM
norcalfocus01 So I would have to put my stock shocks back in to run ST?
05-02-2009 08:19 PM
Auto-X-ZTS
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Originally Posted by norcalfocus01 View Post
So I have the following:

2" drop Springs
Eibach Struts/Shock
OEM Rear Sway Problay will add poly bushings
front strut tower bar
Exhaust mod from the cat back
SRI

Does that put me in the FSP class or what?
Springs---ST
Dampers---Stock
RSB Bushings---ST
Strut bar---ST
Catback---Stock
SRI---ST

ST...but you can run FSP is you want as well...
05-02-2009 12:06 AM
norcalfocus01 So I have the following:

2" drop Springs
Eibach Struts/Shock
OEM Rear Sway Problay will add poly bushings
front strut tower bar
Exhaust mod from the cat back
SRI

Does that put me in the FSP class or what?
04-29-2009 05:37 PM
ThatOneFocusGuy
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Originally Posted by xShiFTx View Post
Check out this list for a little bit of info, it isn't a complete list but it is a start.

http://cms.scca.com/documents/Solo_R...categories.pdf
That made my life so much easier. Thank you.
04-29-2009 11:35 AM
jayel579
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Originally Posted by ThatOneFocusGuy View Post
What else can I do to my car to make it better for FSP class?
Tighten the nut behind the wheel, that is always hardest issue to solve.

After that tires
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