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23 posts | Last Activity on 09/08/2022 by The Saw
The Saw
The Saw 09/08/2022, 27 days ago Responded in 2019 CARRERA GT SERIES RULES
Re: 2019 CARRERA GT SERIES RULES
Rules
Carrera modern GT cars only. 2000 and newer. Cars that race in GT3, GT4, LM GTE, IMSA GTLM & GTD. Direct any questions on valid cars to me.
H&R Hawk 18,000 rpm motor or stock Carrera E200 motors only.
Brass pinion allowed, but must retain stock gearing with 9 tooth pinion.
Must use stock guide with either black or red guide blade.
Change lead wire.
Use silicone rear tires.
True front and rear wheels and tires.
Coat the front tires.
Remove front axle slop(up and down and side to side without modifying the chassis).
Remove rear axle slop (side to side)(up and down).
Glue in the motor.
Glue in the bushings.
Create chassis rock.
Add lead.
The Saw
The Saw 09/08/2022, 28 days ago Responded in Chevron Series Rules
Re: Chevron Series Rules
We are going to use the club stock rules

Stock: As it came out of the box, True tires and wheels, Oil and grease as needed, Remove front and rear axle slop (no chassis mods), Add lead, Coat the front tires, Change lead wires and braids as needed, Glue in motor, Glue in bushings. Use silicone tires, Change body screws, Use low profile front tires, Create chassis rock, Tape or glue motor pod in.
THE MOTOR WILL BE THE $7.00 MOTOR, Ken has motors you can purchase. The only other rule change from stock is you can use any pinion gear, the reason for this change is to get the speed up. When the pinion gear is changed and the 7.00 motor is used theses cars run even with the series Monogram LOLA.
This series should be just as much fun as the Lola series and most people have one of these cars that are no longer competitive in Fly classic.
Responded in Chevron Series Rules
The Saw
The Saw 09/08/2022, 28 days ago Responded in Fly Classic Fixed-Roof Series Rules
Re: Fly Classic Fixed-Roof Series Rules
Here are your rules for this series:

- The legal Fly cars for this series:

Porsche 917K or 917 LH
Porsche Carrera 6
Ferrari 512 Codalunga, and 512 short tails with a roof panel.
Ferrari LM250
Lola T70
Ford GT40 any Mk's
All cars must be fixed-roof coupes.

- You must use the 14k H&R Jack Rabbit motor, and may relieve small amounts of plastic inside the pod, or remove small amounts of paint on the motor to ensure a proper fit without binding of the axles.

- You may use any axles and may convert the front peg axles to a solid axle setup.

- You may use any 1/32 wheel and tire combination front or back that fits under the body with no modifications to the chassis or the body. The wheels have to be stylized in some way or you may use wheel inserts.

- You may use axle spacers and tire wedgies.

- You may use any available 1/32 pinion and spur gears, but you are limited to a 13 tooth maximum on your pinion.

- You may use any bushings for your rear axle.

- You may use any screws and relieve small amounts of the chassis to create body rock.

- You may relieve small amounts of the bottom of the driver's seat or relieve any part of the cockpit to create chassis rock. Don't go nuts. Keep the bodies as stock as possible.

- The body must remain stock with no material being removed for slamming, lightening, or tire fitment. Also, if your model comes with a spare tire you must run it in its stock configuration without lightening or alteration. Running your exhaust pieces, tailights, or bumper bars is required at the start, but if they get broken during the course of the series, you do not have to fix or replace them. There will be latitude for any spats, fins or mirrors that are missing or broken.

- Any non-wood guide flag may be used, and you may use any lead wires.

During the course of the series, there will be no track calls for vehicle repairs. If the track is the issue, the heat will be rerun. Otherwise all repairs must be done under the green flag.

Unlike previous series racing where tech was lax, all top 3 finishers of a race will be teched after each race by the race director (me). My car will be teched by any of the other top 3 finishers.

Any questions please contact me,

Rich
The Saw
The Saw 09/08/2022, 28 days ago Responded in Sebring Chassis Series
Re: Sebring Chassis Series
Chassis:

-Any Revell Monogram Sebring series chassis.
-Screws to change ladder adjustment must be used.
-May use any screws.
-Any lead wire, braid and guide flag may be used.

Axles, Wheels, and Tires:

-Any axles, wheels and tires may be used. Must fit under the body.

Motor and gears:

-Stock FF can motor with stock pinion is to be used.
-May use any Slot.it offset crown gear.

Body:

Any period correct 60's stock Revell/Monogram body that fits the Sebring chassis with no mods.
Responded in Sebring Chassis Series
The Saw
The Saw 09/08/2022, 28 days ago Responded in Can Am Series Rules
Re: Can Am Series Rules
Can-Am was run between 1966 and 1974 ,and because most of the available cars are so drastically different this will be a "builders" series.


Cars:
______________________________________________________________________

Fly:
Porsche 908 and 908/2 ( no 908-3 , no Flunder )
Porsche 917 Spyder
Porsche 917-10

Sloter:
Lola T280 or 290

Monogram:
Lola T-70 roadster
McLaren M6A
Chapparal 2C

Historic Scale Racing Replicas (HSRR):
McLaren M8d

Racer:
Ferrari 350P
Alfa Romeo 33/3
Chapparal 2E

Slot.It:
Chapparal 2E
Alfa Romeo 33/3

Carrera:
Porsche 917-30
McLaren M20

You may use resin or model kit bodies, however they must be pre-approved. You must use a Slot.It HRS chassis with these bodies.

Chassis:
Stock or Any PLASTIC PRODUCTION CHASSIS
Motor: ANY 18,000 RPM OR LES MABUCHI TYPE
Pinion: Any
Spur/crown gear: Any
Guide flag: Any (Wood track flags must be trimmed down to work on all tracks )
Guide flag spacer: Yes
Axles: Any
Axle spacers: Yes
Wheels: Any (some cars take a wider tire than even the F1s so any wheel tire combo will be ok
Wheel inserts: Yes, must have period correct inserts (1966- 1974) or styled wheels.
Tires: Any (must fit inside all 4 wheel openings, )
True/coat front tires: Yes
Lead wires: Any
Braid: Any
Body screws/Mounting: Any
Body: Stock (resin and/or kit bodies must be complete, roll-bars ,windshields ,wings ,spoilers, etc. must be in place. May remove body components from chassis and glue to body.
Body lowering: Yes (must also meet ride height requirements min .020 track clearance)
Paint: Yes
Race #s: Yes (must have at least 3)
Interior: Stock (kit and resin car interiors may have to be scratch-built, no lexan ).
Ride height/ track clearance: Min .020 (including lead)
Driver: Yes (no lexan)
Sponsor decals: Yes (also must be period correct, no I-Pod , Verizon or other similar contemporary sponsors)

some may have more limited skills than others, don't be afraid to ask someone for help.
Responded in Can Am Series Rules
The Saw
The Saw 09/08/2022, 28 days ago Responded in McLaren M6 Series Rules
Re: McLaren M6 Series Rules
The rules are stock with the following exceptions:

Stock: As it came out of the box, you may:
Minimally true stock front tires and wheels. Be careful the front tires are thin.
Coat the front tires.
Oil and grease as needed.
Remove front and rear axle slop (no chassis mods).
Add lead.
Change lead wires and braids as needed.
Glue in motor.
Glue in bushings.
Change body screws.
Shim rear axle to adjust gear lash and remove slop.

Create chassis rock:
-chassis post cups may be opened but must remain in place, no total removal.
-mounting ring on bottom of chassis may be sanded down.
-magnets must be removed but all holder parts must remain intact on car.
-Minimal shaving of chassis and body.
-Shave corners off of body mount post, do not lower post. ride height must remain stock.

Tires:
PPR Super Tires
1007
1008
1009
2112

Be very careful when sanding the center rib, it's hollow and the wheels can be ruined if cut down too far. Spare front and rear axles wheels and tires are available through Professor Motor or Electric Dreams.
The Saw
The Saw 09/08/2022, 28 days ago Responded in Hot Rod Series Rules
Re: Hot Rod Series Rules
Any non-magnet plastic chassis may be used. Scratch built chassis is ok. You may add lead and allow for chassis rock. You may use any lead wires, and braid, or any 1/32nd scale production guide flag. Must be pre-1980 American 1/32nd scale production car. May be plastic or resin. May be roadster or hardtop, and/or open wheel. Paint them to your own liking. No numbers please. Any interior may be used, but the interior must have some substance. Single sheet of lexan not ok. Car must have a driver, and if the production car had a windshield and back glass, so should yours. Use your imaginations. Vehicle is to be powered by Jack Rabbit NC-1, NC-8, or BWA NC-1 equivalent. You may use any 1/32 production gear choice, and any 1/32 production axle choice. Any plastic or metal 1/32 production wheels may be used,. Front and rear axle width must not exceed 2.375" or 2 3/8ths. Front and rear wheels and tires may be trued to your liking, and you may use any 1/32nd scale production tire. Wheel inserts are preferred. The purpose of this class is not to build a lightweight no holds barred race car. These cars were old, heavy, and handled awkwardly. Build a car you want to be proud to look at, and be the envy of your fellow racers. If it wins races so be it. If it looks great, but runs like crap so be it. I think we can all see where this is going. Spirit and intent is definitely in effect. You can be as creative as you want, or you can buy an off the shelf street car and tune it. The choice is yours, but the object is not to spend lots of money, but to just put together a bad ass, nice looking car. Car must weigh at least 85 grams
Responded in Hot Rod Series Rules
The Saw
The Saw 09/08/2022, 28 days ago Responded in Mid Era GP Rules Eagles, BRM and Lotus 49
Re: Mid Era GP Rules Eagles, BRM and Lotus 49
Eligible Scalextric vehicles: Lotus 49 or 49B, or Eagle Gurney

As it came out of the box, you may:
True tires and wheels
Oil and grease as needed
Remove front and rear axle slop (no chassis mods)
Add lead
Coat the front tires
Change braids as needed
Change motor to BWA or MT-1 FF can motor.
Use stock 9 tooth pinion or may change to a 10 tooth inline pinion.
Glue in motor
Glue in bushings
Use PPR 1103 tires
Change body screws
Create chassis rock
Lotus 49B rear spoiler must be run.

You may decorate to your hearts desire. Must have numbers per club rules. This will be a 6 race series with two drops. Concours awards and race awards to be given out at the end of the series
The Saw
The Saw 09/08/2022, 28 days ago Responded in Modern Pony Car Series Rules
Re: Modern Pony Car Series Rules
The cars:

2007-up Ninco, Carrera, and Scalextric Chevrolet Camaro
2005-up Ninco, Autoart, and Scalextric Ford Mustang

Stock: As it came out of the box, you may:
-True tires and wheels.
-Coat front tires.
-Remove front or rear axle slop.(No chassis modifications)
-Change lead wires and braids as needed.
-Change guide flag if you so choose
-Glue in motor, and axle bushings.
-Use silicone tires.
-Shave minimal amounts off chassis to create body rock. On
Scalextric cars you may relieve body screw chassis cups.
-Use a collar or tubing to minimize rear axle slop on Ninco cars as the stock motor location will not allow the motor shaft to extend far enough. You may modify Ninco motor location to allow the motor shaft to extend to eliminate rear axle slop. You may not lower the motor location.

Running Gear: you must use:
-Jack Rabbit 14K motor.
-9 or 10 tooth pinions on inline cars.
-11,12,or 13 tooth pinions on sidewinder cars
(This will create equal gear selections across all the cars)
-Stock crown gear
-Run your cars at stock axle width or narrower to remove slop.
-Any Silicone tire that fits the rear rim. May adjust wheel rib to fit tire.
-Stock front tires
-Stock wheels
-Run any interior, but the car must have one. Stock or lexan ok.

You may not:
- Lower the body relative to the chassis.
- make any other chassis or body mods than listed above.

If you have any questions, just please ask.

Thanks, Rich
The Saw
The Saw 09/08/2022, 28 days ago Responded in Carrera Classic NASCAR Rules
Re: Carrera Classic NASCAR Rules
As it comes out of the box, you must:

- Use the E200 motor that came with the car or change the motor to either the H&R Jack Rabbit 14k or Hawk 18k motor. There was talk of allowing the standard Fly or Scalextric Mabuchi motors, but those are endbell drive motors and will not fit the Carrera can-drive mounts.

- Use 9 or 10 tooth inline pinions.

- Use the stock front and rear axles, wheels and crown gear.

- Use any tire that fits the front and rear wheels properly. You may true down and coat the front tires.

- Use stock guide flag. Guide flag may be profiled to allow the flag to operate on any track. You may also sleeve the guide flag hole to remove side to side flag play if you so desire. Some early style guide flags are very loose. You may change the braid.

- Use stock interior and lower the body relative to the chassis until the interior pan hits the chassis. May remove small amounts of interior and chassis to achieve body rock. Chassis cups may be removed and/or body post material may be removed to achieve lowering. Chassis's modified to previous JYD series rules may use washers to rebuild the rear chassis / body attachment points to achieve desired height. Interior must remain intact. You may remove the two rear support posts on the interiors that most cars have. Spirit and intent is in effect.

- Use any lead wire and may bypass reversing switch. Reversing switch must remain in chassis.

- Relieve body, notch exhaust pipes, or lower the exhaust pipes on the chassis so the pipes don't interfere with the body because of the lowering process.

- Use stock screws.

- Remove magnets, and add lead as desired.

- May glue in bushings and lube as desired.

Any questions or concerns, please feel free to ask.

Rich
The Saw
The Saw 09/08/2022, 28 days ago Responded in DTM Car Rules
Re: DTM Car Rules
D.T.M SHOOTOUT CAR RULES

See club stock definition below. If it is not in the stock definition then you cannot do it, with the exceptions listed below.

Stock: As it came out of the box, you may: True front tires and wheels and coat, oil and grease as needed, Remove front and rear axle slop (no chassis mods), Add lead, Coat the front tires, Change lead wires and braids as needed, Glue in motor, Glue in bushings. Use silicone tires, Change body screws, Install solid front axle, create chassis rock.

No “Pro” cars. Cars must have race liveries, numbers, and drivers.

Exceptions:

Do to the wide variety of cars available, you may run any motor (no more than 23,000 rpm) that fits in the stock location without modification. All cars must run stock 3:1 gear ratio.

In addition to the “stock” rules, you must run stock size (for your cars manufacturer) plastic wheels made by the same manufacture as the car.
SCX cars may limit pod movement with tape or glue, motor tabs may soldered or lead wire added. You may not remove the motor or light tabs, but you can bend them out of the way.

For this years series, only real DTM cars will be allowed. Ninco BMW M3’s, the SCX Volvo and BMW M3 that were legal in previous years are no longer. If you have a car you are not sure about please ask before the first race and prepare documentation showing that your car raced in the DTM series or was sold as a DTM car by the manufacturer including stock number. No WTCC Or BTCC cars. No racer versions of cars.

The series format will be as before. 4 consecutive weeks of racing, the first three for qualifying and the fourth will be the shootout.
Responded in DTM Car Rules
The Saw
The Saw 09/08/2022, 28 days ago Responded in Group 5 Series
Re: Group 5 Series
2016 GLSCC GROUP 5 SERIES



Only cars from 4th generation Group 5 will be allowed.
These were special production cars raced from 1976 to 1982.
For a list of cars included in this category click here:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Group_5_(racing)#4th_Generation



Wheels must remain Stock
[color=blue]Cars manufactured with plastic wheels may use equivalent (same diameter, or smaller. same width, or narrower) slot.it wheels with appropriate inserts. If correct inserts are not available from manufacturers, they must be made from stock plastic wheels. 1/16/16
Rear axles must remain stock
Axles of non slot.it cars may be replaced with solid slot.it axle. 1/16/16
You may:
Install solid front axle
Replace rear tires with silicone
Use low profile front tires
Coat the front tires
True front and rear tires and wheels
Remove front axle slop (up and down and side to side) without modifying the chassis
Add lead
Change guide
Change braid
Change lead wires
Glue in motor
Glue in bushings
Create chassis rock, minimal sanding, no chassis mods to sides or post
Glue or tape in motor pod to fix or limit travel
Change body screws
Use motor of choice up to 22,000 RPM
Use any motor configuration
Change motor pod (where applicable)
Use gears of choice, no commercial gears

If you have any questions, please feel free to call or text me (Windyracer) at (815) 651-9788 We're looking forward to a fun series.


Jan. 16 - Race 1 - Viper's Pit - Plainfield, Il.

Feb. 20 - Race 2 - Papa Steve's Speedway - DeKalb, Il.

Mar. 05 - Race 3 - Slothausen Speedway - Plainfield, IL

Mar. 26 - Race 4 - Meadowdale International Raceway - Cary, IL.

Apr. 09 - Race 5 - Satan's Turf - Crystal Lake, IL.-

May 21 - Race 6 - Viper's Pit - Plainfield, Il.
Responded in Group 5 Series
The Saw
The Saw 09/08/2022, 28 days ago Responded in 3.0 Litre LeMans Series
Re: 3.0 Litre LeMans Series
3.0 Litre LeMans Series
If you have any questions if you car is in this class, please consult with BL.
A partial list and photos are available in the photo gallery
21.5k motor or less
Any guide flag
Any braid
Any motor lead
Any Gear and pinion combination. No commercial gears.
Full stock interior, no lexan.
Stock wheels or equal sized wheel or lesser size wheels.
- If a Replacement wheel is needed they must be equal to or lesser size than stock.
- If you wish to replace wheels you must provide original,wheels for inspection and reason for replacement.

Stub axles may be replaced with solid axle.
PPR or Quick Slicks tires designed and noted by the manufacturer of wheels and tires may be used.
Stock front tires may be minimally trued and coated, and must ride within 1/16" from track surface.
Body and chassis may be minimally sanded to allow body rock.
Chassis screw holes may be opened up.
Body post may be rounded but must remain original height.
Body screws may be replaced with shoulder screws.
add lead
remove front axle slop(up and down and side to side without modifying the chassis)
remove rear axle slop (side to side)(up and down)
coat the front tires
glue in the motor
glue in the bushings
you may tape or glue the motor pod to fix or limit travel

Spirit and intent will be enforced meaning that if it isn't listed that will not make it legal. If you have any questions or suggestions please contact Gary(The Saw).
The Saw
The Saw 09/08/2022, 28 days ago Responded in Carrera DTM Shootout rules
Re: Carrera DTM Shootout rules
D.T.M SHOOTOUT CAR RULES

All cars this year will be Carrera DTM cars only.


See club stock definition below. If it is not in the stock definition then you cannot do it, with the exceptions listed below.

Stock: As it came out of the box, you may:

True front tires and wheels and coat.

Oil and grease as needed.

Remove front and rear axle slop (no chassis mods).

Add lead.

Change lead wires and braids as needed.

Glue in motor.

Glue in bushings.

Use silicone tires, either 1307 as precribed by Super Tires or 1400-1410.

Change body screws.

Install solid front axle.

Create chassis rock with minimal sanding.

Open up chassis post cups without reducing ride height.

No “Pro” cars. Cars must have race liveries, numbers, and drivers.

Exceptions:

You may run a stock E200 or a H & R Hawk motor.

All cars must run stock 3:1 gear ratio.

In addition to the “stock” rules, you must run stock size plastic wheels made by Carrera for DTM.


All races will be performed on the Chicago Riverside Raceway Long Course.

The series format will be as before. 4 consecutive weeks of racing, the first three for qualifying and the fourth will be the shootout. These will take place over the first four weekends in October.

Previous winning cars and chassis are disallowed from future competition in all future DTM Shootout races.
The Saw
The Saw 09/08/2022, 28 days ago Responded in 2016 Group C Rules
Re: 2016 Group C Rules
Group C rules
CAR MUST HAVE RACED FIA GROUP C OR IMSA GTP
Wheels must remain Stock
Manufacturers with plastic wheels may use equivalent (same diameter, or smaller. same width, or narrower) slot.it or CB Design wheels with appropriate inserts. If correct inserts are not available from manufacturers, they must be made from stock plastic wheels
Axles must remain stock
PPR tires designed for the stock wheel must be used
Front tires must remain stock
True tires and wheels
May coat the front tires
Oil and grease as needed
Remove front and rear axle slop (no chassis mods)
Add lead
Change lead wires
Any braid
Replace guide flag
Glue in motor
Glue in bushings
Create chassis rock, minimal sanding, no chassis mods to sides or post
You may glue or tape in motor pod to fix or limit travel
May use motor of choice up to 25k rpm
Any motor configuration
Motor pod and chassis must be of same manufacturer and without modification to accept motor1/9/17
May use gears of choice, no commercial gears
Axles of non slot.it cars may be replaced with solid slot.it axle

If you have any questions please contact Mike or Rich
Responded in 2016 Group C Rules
The Saw
The Saw 09/08/2022, 28 days ago Responded in BTCC Rules
Re: BTCC Rules
2017 BTCC race series rules

Race is to be 6 race nights.
2 races per night.
One daytime and one nighttime race per night.
Track owner to choose whether to run daytime or nighttime race first.
2 drops
A tie at the end of the series will decided by adding the best finish on one of the drops. (Yes a new idea)
Cars will be late model Scalextric BTCC cars, Passat, Honda Civic Type R,
BMW 125, And MG6 only. Any Livery including fantasy as long as it has numbers.
Box Stock as per club definition.
Must run Quick Slick size CB34XF.


You May

True and coat front tires and wheels taking minimum stock only.

Remove axle slop using no chassis mods
.
Create Chassis rock removing minimum stock.

Tape or glue in Motor.

Change Braid to copper on scaly guide plate.

Add lead .

Glue in Axle Bushings.



You May NOT.

Change any wheels or front tires.

disassemble stock lights.

Change gears or motor.

Change lead wires.

Modify interior.
Responded in BTCC Rules
The Saw
The Saw 09/08/2022, 28 days ago Responded in Womp series rules
Re: Womp series rules
Standard club Womp rules, NC-5 with 9 pinion. 30 or 31 tooth gears.
Responded in Womp series rules
The Saw
The Saw 09/08/2022, 28 days ago Responded in ‘80s NASCAR Series Rules
Re: ‘80s NASCAR Series Rules
"˜80s NASCAR RULES

BODY ROCK
-Sand chassis rails for body rock
-Remove chassis tabs
-Remove body tabs
-Bore out screw holes
-Trim interior support post

DRIVE TRAIN
-Glue in Motor
-Glue in Bushings
-Brass pinion replacement 9z

WHEELS/TIRES/AXLES
-Sand & true
-shim axle to remove slop

POWER TRAIN
-May change braid to copper
-May change lead wires
-May sleeve guide flag or add washer to eliminate slop
-May trim top of guide flag to eliminate slop.
The Saw
The Saw 09/08/2022, 28 days ago Responded in 2021 Ford Vs Ferrari Rules
Re: 2021 Ford Vs Ferrari Rules
Ford vs Ferrari Rules
Ford vs Ferrari was a 4-year event from 1965-68.
During these 4 years, Ford used the GT40 and Ferrari used the 250LM, 275LM and the 330 P3 and P4.
All club rules apply with the exception of the below. Some of the below rules may mimic the club rules.

Legal Cars:
Slot It. Ford GT40 Mk 1 and Mk 2 , and the Policar 330 P3 and 412 P4. amended 9/21(Policar is owned by Slot It.)
These cars come with 23,000 rpm motors amended 6/11/21. All track power at all events will be at 12 volts. We are lowering the track voltage to 12 volts so no one needs to replace the motor with a lesser RPM motor to handle the 13.8 volts.
The 4/4/20 race at Satan’s Turf will be at 13.8 volts. Amended 3/4/20.

Body:
Body most be stock as it came out of the box. No lexan interiors. No deleting parts or body panels to make the body lighter.
Must use stock pod to chassis screws and chassis to body screws. No brass screws.
Tires cannot protrude outside of body as viewed from above from center line of wheel.

Chassis:
Minimal sanding of edges of chassis for purposes of body rock allowed.

Motor:
Maximum of 23,000 rpm amended 6/11/21 or less, is free choice. No ball bearings. Must use stock lead wire that came with car.
Motor may be glued or screwed in place.

Motor Pod:
Must use grey, CH67, 0.5 offset motor pod that came with both cars.
No modifications to motor pod.

Tires:
Front tires can be trued and coated with finger nail polish. Front tires can be glued to the wheels. Can remove lateral axle slop by shimming.
Rear tires must be the rubber that came with the car or Silicone of free choice. Rear tires can be trued and polished. Rear tires can be glued to the wheels.
The Slot It GT40 comes with metal rear wheels. The Policar comes with plastic rear wheels. In the interest of equality, the Policar will be allowed to use metal rear wheels. Only Permitted Rear Wheel: Slot it W15808215A. Must also have PA46, stock wheel inserts or PCS06B

Gearing:
Either 11T or 12T brass pinion allowed. 32T stock spur gear must be used.

Weight:
Weight is limited to lead or Tungsten.

Misc:
May use super glue to eliminate the clearance between the axle and axle bushings.
Can shim rear axle to remove lateral axle slop and for spacing purposes.

Heats will be 5 minutes long. Amended 5/24/20

Any questions or suggestions should be directed to Denny (Disco Denny) or Gary (The Saw).
The Saw
The Saw 09/08/2022, 28 days ago Responded in 2021 NSR F1Series Rules
Re: 2021 NSR F1Series Rules
F1 series will be an NSR 86/89 series.

The vehicles will be run box stock ( All classes allow you to: use silicone rear tires, true front and rear wheels and tires, add lead, remove front axle slop(up and down and side to side without modifying the chassis), remove rear axle slop (side to side), change braid and lead wire, coat the front tires, glue in the motor, glue in the bushings, create chassis rock, you may tape or glue the motor pod to fix or limit travel) WITH THE FOLLOWING exceptions and restrictions.

You MUST run a Quickslick CB71 or CB72 in F or XF or NR001 in F or XF compounds.

You MAY change the guide flag and the body to chassis or chassis to pod mounting screws.

You MAY change the motor to one of your choice provided the 12V rating of the motor you use does not exceed the 21,400 rpm rating of the stock motor.

You MAY NOT change the gear ratio of 10/27, but you may change the crown gear to one of any manufacturer should you have a failure.

You MAY NOT use a Lexan interior.
The tearproof wings will be allowed.

Any other changes are not allowed.

The races will be run at 12 volts barring track or owner limitations.

Any questions or suggestions please contact Rich (CYI Rock) or Gary(The Saw).
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