|09-22-2009 11:06 AM|
|Eklipse113||thank you guys for the responses and especially the link. now i just have to find the time :D|
|09-17-2009 08:01 PM|
|focusedaddiction||oops , didn't see the off road pipe at first. dsp is correct|
|09-17-2009 06:12 PM|
^^^Yep...ORP is not legal in any ST class. (ST, STS, STX, STU)
You'd be DSP.
|09-15-2009 11:40 PM|
edit, actually the test pipe (ORP) might automatically bump you into DSP. DSP is a tough class, populated by alot of BMWs and alot of the small turbo cars
|09-15-2009 04:59 PM|
don't forget TURBO LOL just wait till i'm tuned haha....
|09-15-2009 01:00 PM|
^that's because you got cams/header/no interior/ and your a psycho behind the wheel, lol.
I'd say ST, but seeing your engine mods in your sig might bump you out to FSP or even SM. Take a look at the downloadable rule book on www.scca.com. there's also a quicklook guide in the stickied threads. It's a little out of date but it will give you a good idea.
OP- also a good idea to check out www.scca.com, there should be a link to find your region as well as checking out the rule book.
Biggest piece of advice, show up early and ask questions. The Tech inspector can help you class your car, if needed, and walk the course with somebody who can show you how to visualize the course. In most cases they will have a more experienced person sit shotgun for your first run or two. once again, Ask Questions. The majority of people at these things are more than willing to help new people out. and don't worry about hitting a cone or two, some of our more experienced guys have taken out more than 10 in a run (tho we wanted to kill him after picking them all up, lol). And the most important thing, have fun!
|09-15-2009 10:26 AM|
no not really , maybe ST (street touring)
hell, I'm in street mod. chasing beemers & STI's..lol
|09-14-2009 09:14 PM|
would it bump me into a crazy extreme class if i had;
focus sport rear stress bar
eibach f & r sway bars
|09-14-2009 07:36 PM|
we got a whole section for ya:
Check the stickie for novices, it has a ton of info. If you do find one near you, you will be hooked, I guarantee it. good luck!
|09-14-2009 07:29 PM|
Looked it up for you ... There is an autoX link ... just follow and catch the times.
**Edit** And there is more than just AutoX on the link ... so if you are looking for a track run ... it's on there also.
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