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2015 Central Texas Speedway Rules

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Guess you can tell we must all be really bored.. I just sold a portable shed I had out front, to make room to build a shop for the cars. Starting saturday I have to level the ground out front build the forms pour concrete, order the metal frame and roof then build the sides of the shop. Once I get that done I'm going to start looking for a lift for one side then I'm going to have eye bolts in the floor on the other side to straighten frames with. I guess I'm in this for the long haul!! Also getting a welder this weekend that I'll have at the track this year as well as the generator to go with it. Only 120v but it's a Lincoln and should do what ever we need there I hope. I think I have wanted to do this my entire life so I'm going all in!!

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So trucks.. What is the specification by "GM" or the track on duration and lift of a the camshaft.. Which should remain stock? Is it stock, if not ,, where's my barrier?

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Chris... I swapped those two files.

 

Please make sure that I have them all posted now. I had some problems making the swap and I may have accidentally deleted a set of rules. Let me know.

 

Nick

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To answer a couple of previous questions.....Yes Legends will be racing at CTS in 2015.

On the truck rules there is a clear list on the GM 602 engine that lists all parts that do not have to be the original GM parts, the rest of the engine must be original GM parts and fit the specs of the GM Circle Track Crate Engine Technical Manual part #88958668.

 

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Chris

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Sorry we kinda hijacked the thread but I really appreciate all the hard work you guys put in on the rules and track support. Glad you let us go a little crazy at times!! Let's go racing boys!!!

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I dunno what im running so I get one freebie! lol :blink:

I dont know what you have either. I just got in and drove it. My dad did all the work he might know a th8ng or 20

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So camshafts must remain stock and meet specs of 668. No re-work.

And I'm assuming slotted rotors are illegal, not for cooling purposes, but they could be considered lightened. And I say not illegal for cooling purposes because I'm assuming we can run brake fans, ducting etc.. If there's no rule on cooling of the brake system.

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Glad I'm not the only one not seeing them lol. I'm pretty sure everything will be kosher but just to make sure if I can even make it that race lol.

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rules who needs stinking rules .. joshua said they are the same as last year as far as he saw ....only new was wheels and cc cars are legal with what they have ..15 by 2 inch offset but must be same all 4..

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Question about exhaust on sport compact, it says factory exhaust except for cat and muffler. I noticed last year cars were running exhaust out in front of rear tires, is that acceptable or does it have to be "Factory" exhaust out the rear?

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Chris.

 

I know something screwed up when I did the swap. I have added the Grand Stock rules back into the original post.

 

Sorry about that.

 

Nick

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As far as the exhaust rule goes that is probably a rule I should rewrite. It is the intention of the Sport Compact class to be an entry level basically stock racecar. That said on the exhaust it is the lowest part on most vehicles and seems to be the first thing to be crashed, bent, smashed, or destroyed on the cars in an off road excursion, that seems to happen quite often in an entry level class. I feel that if the oem size exhaust pipe is used and it makes it beyond the driver it is sufficient and most economical for a sport compact. That said don't get any ideas with transmissions, gear ratios, computer programming, throttle bodies, fuel injectors, or I could go on and on.

 

Thanks

Chris

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Thanks for putting Grand Stocks back up, pretty straight forward. We'll see how it goes up until June then I may try to go up there with you guys.

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As far as the exhaust rule goes that is probably a rule I should rewrite. It is the intention of the Sport Compact class to be an entry level basically stock racecar. That said on the exhaust it is the lowest part on most vehicles and seems to be the first thing to be crashed, bent, smashed, or destroyed on the cars in an off road excursion, that seems to happen quite often in an entry level class. I feel that if the oem size exhaust pipe is used and it makes it beyond the driver it is sufficient and most economical for a sport compact. That said don't get any ideas with transmissions, gear ratios, computer programming, throttle bodies, fuel injectors, or I could go on and on.

 

In other words stock means stock?? Crap, now I have to unprogram the transmission, regear the computer and take out the extra injectors I put in the throttle body that's hooked to the nitrous!! I figure if you're going to spend the money on extra illegal parts for our class, why not move on up to TPS.. Payout is better, more races each year and a good class to step up to. That's our plan.. One more year here then movin on up!!

Thanks

Chris

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