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  1. Ah, I see where the confusion is now. The SC300 is 500pts or 500-75 if raced with an automatic.
  2. No an SC400 is 495pts period. A non-stock trans is +25pts. Racing a car with an automatic is -75pts. If you swap a manual you don't get the "raced with an automatic transmission" -75pts deduction at all, why would you? Don't refer to the SC400 as a 425420pts car, get that out of your head it is 495.
  3. I believe this tech ticket answers most of your question. https://champcar.org/tech/knowledgebase.php?article=126
  4. Once a fuel rule is in place start performing "random" samples but stay close to the Tuttle pits stalls when you do.
  5. https://cdn.connectsites.net/user_files/scca/downloads/000/007/708/Revised_Fuel_Testing_Procedures_v1.9.pdf This one lists three model numbers. Having the rule and walking down pit lane with some sample cups would cause a lot of people to straighten up, will it catch everyone every pit stop, no.
  6. Step by step on how do it is provided here. https://cdn.connectsites.net/user_files/scca/downloads/000/003/566/Instructions_For_Fuel_Testing_KitsRev6.2011.pdf?1432153403
  7. Maybe one cracked on Saturday so he took them all out for the Sunday race to fix the problem.
  8. This has been resolved, they are now fully dioded and will not back feed the 5V or 12V circuit.
  9. Similarly looking at 350Zs and wondering about using the steering wheel mounted shift buttons from the g35.
  10. It wouldn't have been the one with the altered tank. But you may be right I could be miss remembering.
  11. That was a fuel cell that fell out of the Civic. Also I don't believe tank were literally ballooned with air but some more mechanical process
  12. I honestly thought I came across a 3 year old thread when I read this, the first question was was answered in the 2018 rulebook with 4.6.1 Platform Swap , and the second question was answered in the 2019 rules with 4.5.8
  13. No, new weights put you at New HP: 189 (190) Points Added to VPi: 58 (60) --->NEW VPI: 408(410)
  14. Some have argued that swapping then paying points for an cam and intake/header still violates the intent of the swap rule, as you can create what would have been a 300pts(or worse) engine out of a 50pts engine + 50pts cam + 25pts intake + 25pts header = 150pts. There are more extreme cases when you start head swapping the swapped motor.
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