I dunno, just sayin, if you really wanna race but are worried that you might not pass tech.
For anyone else that might be true. For Kaos who always talked about cheap performance this and that I'm betting it was a modification that would have put him in a higher class.
2000 "Amazon" Tropic Green CSVT #836/2150
lol ok I didn't know he was like that, probably explaines why he's banned...
all of the motor things that you listed would take you out of a stock class. it depends on how much your tech inspector knows about cars, and how truthful you want to be. technically a svt UIM on a mystique takes you out of a stock class, but putting one on a non svt tour is legal since it was an option for the tour.
harnesses are legal for all classes if i remember right, but the seats bump you in class even if they are the same weight as stock
And if it didn't have an SVT sticker on it I doubt he would be able to tell the difference.
Last edited by ctmystique; 12-22-2008 at 02:56 PM. Reason: I doubt it would make you more competetive anyways
98 SVT #81 silfro
and even if it didnt have the sticker on it, that little bit of power that you are going to get out of the mod isnt enough to beat a lot of the other cars in that class
we really try to discourage things like this. In the SCCA you dont win any money so we expect everyone to be honest about things. There are people that do stuff like this and they dont think anything about it, but everyone else knows that they are breaking the rules and they are looked down on