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Thread: Outlaw 632 has 17 cars in Bradenton

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    Outlaw 632 has 17 cars in Bradenton

    Outlaw 632 rules.....get it NMCA ???????????????

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    yes
    all the cars BUT 2 are from FLA what does that prove??????


    LRT

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    Johnny, so that means you are in Bradenton, right??
    Derejk "The Nordic God of Foul Starts"

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRAGRCR632 View Post
    yes
    all the cars BUT 2 are from FLA what does that prove??????


    LRT
    17 that.. DON'T race NPS, and yes that would be 15 from just this state alone... that arent on the NPS ladders

    Now take these rules around the circuit, from state to state... and see what 'ya get

    17 without ....Beesen, Colletta, Jarret, Boar, Stomp, & of course you Bisquit, that could be 23 if 'ya count them if the class had THESE rules,,

    Now would everyone add more nitrous, and remove weight??...I bet they would in a second...

    I know of at least 8 in the Chicago area that COULD get in on the class with Outlaw 632 rules...but don't pass tech with the CURRENT rules

    The whole argument I am making is that the shelf life of the CURRENT rules has past... as evident with the NPS car count...against the car count of this race in.... JANUARY!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Villain281H View Post
    Johnny, so that means you are in Bradenton, right??
    If I could race with these rules, that really wouldn't get changed???...you bet I'd be

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    yes but its just like when nmca comes to 66 they have 20 something cars at that race but nobody
    is goin to travel to race more???? so for 2 races fla and atlanta they have good car counts???
    what about the rest of the races???? AND the biggest thing is that race is 1/8 mile?????
    i highly doubt they are goin to change the rules


    LRT

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocket View Post
    If I could race with these rules, that really wouldn't get changed???...you bet I'd be
    I'm reading that as "No, I'm not in Bradenton racing."

    And if my above statement is true, why aren't you in Bradenton racing?
    Derejk "The Nordic God of Foul Starts"

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRAGRCR632 View Post
    yes but its just like when nmca comes to 66 they have 20 something cars at that race but nobody
    is goin to travel to race more???? so for 2 races fla and atlanta they have good car counts???
    what about the rest of the races???? AND the biggest thing is that race is 1/8 mile?????
    i highly doubt they are goin to change the rules


    LRT
    I bet in ANY of the states the NMCA goes to there are a ton of Outlaw 632 cars, but there are really no CURRENT NPS class cars in those states or NPS 632 cars because the rules have always been too resrtrictive (3200 lbs. / single stage) this was the whole reason the 530 combo was allowed, and it worked for a while, 'till the rules were changed much too often and pushed racers out...Baker and Milletti are 2 more casualty's of this for just this up coming year, their cars are for sale on the net , & Demory jr is gone too I guess

    The largest car count in NPS Superbowl was in 2006 with 28 I think...I won it

    Last year there were 12 ?

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    So I as you all know I am a little slow. Johnny, What are the main differances in the rules?

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    Johnny how long would it be before your ready to go down the racetrack with your car if someone pulled the trigger on this class

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    Not bad I put these rules together and we have been runining them since April 2009,We just had 17 cars
    at Bradenton.And with a bigger purse will bring more cars.If NMCA put our rules in,you would gain a ton
    of cars each race.I gaurantee you guys would have 25 plus cars your first race in bradenton.Something to
    think about.

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    rules

    would someone send me the rules that would apply to 1\4 mile please.
    tcapps@promediapub.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by NMCA Trey View Post
    So I as you all know I am a little slow. Johnny, What are the main differances in the rules?
    Trey...with all due respect, and I mean that sincerly ....you have got to be $hit'in me??

    I posted them on another thread in here....

    In NPS the weight is 3200-vs-3000
    There are no dumb ass penalties if the core support isn't ..."factory"... and most aren't
    There is no jet restriction
    There is more than (1) stage allowed
    No penalty for a tunnel-ram
    No penalty for a 2nd carburator
    No silly ass small block cyl. head rules
    No valve angle rules
    No borespace rules

    Basically (3) engine combo's allowed...and have at it!!!

    But to add insult ... 2 EX-NPS CARS WENT WINNER & RUNNER-UP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    UNDER these rules
    Last edited by Rocket; 01-30-2012 at 02:58 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill H View Post
    Johnny how long would it be before your ready to go down the racetrack with your car if someone pulled the trigger on this class
    Maybe...4-months????

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    1. Stock style and general shape car / truck bodies.
    2. Must have mufflers.
    3. Must have working headlights & taillights.
    4. Must have engine diaper.
    5. No split dominators/carbs
    6. EFI OK
    7. No blowers
    8. No turbo's
    9. Front extension must not exceed 6 inches from factory bumper
    10. Courtesy staging & Auto Start will be in effect
    11. Bye Runs - all vehicles must take the tree and run down the track.
    12. Tech officials have final discretion on all rules on race day.
    13. Must race 1st round to get 1st round loss payout. Must take tree under own power.
    14. All IHRA Safety Rules Apply.

    Car & Driver Weights
    1. 632 cubic inch limit (up to 640 ok) 3000 lbs
    2. Any size small block 2600 lbs
    3. Natural Aspirated 2700 lbs

    Weight Deductions - All Cars
    1. Single carb - 50 lbs
    2. Big block convention heads - 100 lbs

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