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Old 10-08-2004, 11:35 PM   #1
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Is this legal???

Hi all,

Just wondering if the Peak Adaptation kit for stock motor legal to be used with 23T stock for racing? I mean, is it JMRCA approved???

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i am not sure what kinda rules you use over there but it is classed as a hybrid motor.

i was told that we can't even use a new v2 endbell on existing V2 motors because they are classed as kybrid motors...its really stupid.
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in the U.S that is illegal
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Old 10-09-2004, 07:54 AM   #4
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thats illegal in aus to ...............any v2 adaption kit is ilegal altho buy one anyway cs itll eventually be legal even tho the v2 adaptor is illegal my club still lets me use it altho it doesnt seem to boost my performance at all
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i think its only legal in the us
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didnt t allen say it was illegal in us
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i am not sure what kinda rules you use over there but it is classed as a hybrid motor.

i was told that we can't even use a new v2 endbell on existing V2 motors because they are classed as kybrid motors...its really stupid.
We are racing stock 23T. and earlier before the endbell sold by our LHS, the R&R for the race has already printed out as "stock 23T motor, open to all brand and no modification allowed."
How is that suppose to mean???
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