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Old 10-22-2005, 02:06 PM   #1
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Default Rules for 1/8th on road

What are the rules for the fuel nats in Kissimmee? Minimum weight? What bodies handle the best, Mugen or Protoform?
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Fuel rules start on page 57, 1/8 reference chart is on page 67-

http://www.roarracing.com/pdfs/2005rules3.21.05.pdf

Rules posted under 1/8 open are basically minimum 2525g, .21 engine w/9mm max carb bore, 8mm stinger bore, 125cc tank. I know they are planning on running INS boxes to limit noise. More rules like tires and body are listed there. A very popular body style is the Protoform T530 Lola (pn 1469).
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