Posted by Foamy on March 25, 2011, 10:19 am, in reply to "so just to clarify......"
: ...this scoop is c/a legal?... i do
: not have to change them?
DOOR CARS: 1950 and later coupe, sedan, or topless roadster (Corvettes only).
Convertibles not allowed. Styrene bodies must be a kit-based or promotional model only.
Pick-up trucks reserved for altered truck classes only. Non-turbo and non-AA classes
must have Pro Stock-style hood scoop. Must protrude a minimum of 0.250 in. measured
from base of hood to tallest point. Blowers allowed only in AA/A and AA/AM; blowers and
full top hat mandatory. Must have a minimum of 1/4 of blower case protruding from base
of hood. Turbo inlets on AA/AT, BB/AT, CC/AT and DD/AT recommended. All must be
located forward of driverís compartment, with exception of rear-engine Volkswagen-
bodied cars, which must have an air box positioned behind the driverís compartment or a
turbo inlet protruding from the rear stock engine lid. Stock deck/engine lid on VWs
without a turbo inlet prohibited. Lower rocker panels may be angle cut, but cannot be cut
higher than the stock lower door line for body used. Stock door lines must be retained.
Repositioning of door lines prohibited. AA/A and AA/AM may notch lower rocker panel
behind front wheel well for header clearance only. All headlight, tail light lenses must be
retained. May be replaced with decal representation if located in original configuration.
Cowling area on hood may be extended to base of windshield. Front fascia modifications
limited to addition of front air dam. No rear body cutouts or artificial ventilation. Rear
bumper may be opened for wheelie bar strut clearance only. Stock window "glass" may
be replaced with lexan or clear styrene. Must have all windows installed (including
REAR SPOILER: Pro Stock style spoiler with spill plates mandatory. Styrene,
resin, or lexan allowed. Must be painted to match paint scheme of car.
Maximum length 0.875 in. (7/8 in.) measured from mounting point on body to end
of spoiler. Cannot be molded into body. Must attach to the tail end of rear deck.
Spill plates cannot measure more than 0.313 in. (5/16 in.) tall. Any addition of
down-force producing attachments not a permanent part of the rear spoiler
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