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Old 12-20-2008, 10:11 PM   #1
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I was wondering if the vector X11 is a legal 13.5 sedan motor, seeing that it has adjustable timing or is that legal
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Old 12-20-2008, 10:40 PM   #3
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Tha does not really help to much. When I had looked there BEFORE I posted this,I I thought it said stock spec
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Actually, it appears to clear it up a bit, there is a listing for a 13.5 X-11 motor, & I expect that it's the same one you're thinking about(& btw, most of the 13.5's we use have adjustable timing, even the Novaks, though they may not be marked as such).....
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so Would it make it a mod class motor then?
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I was wondering if the vector X11 is a legal 13.5 sedan motor, seeing that it has adjustable timing or is that legal
If we are talking the original X11 with the Blue Labels, then technically, NO. The real question to ask yourself is, does your local club racing follow the ROAR rules 100% to the tee. If so, then this may only but a good basher or practice motor.

If you go to a ROAR sponsored race, this really wouldn't matter, as you would probably be forced to use a handout motor anyway.

A side note to the original LRP X11 Vector 13.5 is that is came with a bonded rotor, not sintered, so if you have one of these, you would be wise to purchase a sintered rotor.
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Old 12-21-2008, 10:05 AM   #7
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Thank you sir, and no my club doesnt seem to care about that as long it is a 13.5 but i know some people are running the unstamped speed passion 13.5 but was hearing that they will have to change come points season. My thing is that I want go by the rules as much as possible and I wish everyone in my class would as well, but I do think this will change when points start after the chilli bowl seeing oklahoma is ruled by oval racing
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