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1 2010 dB drag Rules/changes. on Sun Dec 20, 2009 11:35 pm

Vmann

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They are very minor compared to prev years. At first glance to me, Street stock class looks to have been changed the most. Street stock = NO LIMIT ON NUMBER/SIZE OF WOOFERS!!! As long as they fall into the "consumer grade" classification, which has yet to be defined it seems.

This is going to open up ALOT of room for new people to compete in. If anybody has any questions about dB drag rules, or "what class will they'll be in", ask here!

Some cool things I want to point out.

6-7c Competitors in the Street Stock A class are limited to a single 800 cubic inch (13110 cubic cm) or smaller battery. Competitors in the Street Stock B class are limited to a maximum of two each 800 cubic inch (13110 cubic cm) or smaller batteries.

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Street Stock A Class - The maximum total power output of the system is limited to 1000 Watts RMS.
Street Stock B Class - The maximum total power output of the system is limited to 2000 Watts RMS.

Here is a link to the dB drag rule book for 2010 pirat

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http://utahcaraudio.user-board.net

2 Re: 2010 dB drag Rules/changes. on Mon Dec 21, 2009 4:58 pm

RE_XXX

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Wow...glad I changed my mind on Street Stock to Super Street 3-4

3 Re: 2010 dB drag Rules/changes. on Thu Jul 15, 2010 12:03 am

dustyshot

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So what class would I been in? See Sig.

4 Re: 2010 dB drag Rules/changes. on Thu Jul 15, 2010 12:58 am

xseveredveganx

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dustyshot wrote:So what class would I been in? See Sig.
Depends on the vehicle. Either SS NW (super street no wall) or SS 1-2 (super street 1-2). This is all dB Drag, mind you. If you didn't have 2 batteries, you'd be in a lower class.

5 Re: 2010 dB drag Rules/changes. on Thu Jul 15, 2010 7:23 am

mcbuggin


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could be stock b with 2 batts

6 Re: 2010 dB drag Rules/changes. on Thu Jul 15, 2010 11:54 am

xseveredveganx

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True. It depends on the cubic volume each battery occupies.

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