Cleveland and the Snowbirds dont follow ROAR rules.
But i do see your point, our club although not ROAR we use ROAR rules as a basis for our club rules. And stock motors must be ROAR legal for them to be used in our stock classes. So if this motor does not meet roar rules im sure we have some headaches ahead of us explaining to members why they cant use this motor.
Trinity lables it as an outlaw. I hope this is not just more hype and word games to push sales and that infact the motor is roar legal but they want to call it outlaw to boost the hype around its power and speed
"Without Rules its just Backyard Bashing!"