No air shifters and nitrous controllers. I also hear they are strictly "By the Book" on sfi. Mine is close but not perfect.Phantasea466 said:What would you have to change? Door cars with a 9.10 limit in the 1/4 and no electronics. I haven't read through the FFW rules so please let me know what the difference would be. I will run the O/C class at BG and may run several races next year IF all goes well.
My JW sfi bellhousing is out of date and I ain't sending it in to get re certified(that is just stupid) and a flexplate shield won't fit and they look at that I hear, I also ain't taking my controller or air shifter out for them lol. I am really waiting on someone to get a 8-9 second index class started. I hate open comp/mod comp to be honest. I was going to build a NMRA Renegade car but some dummy had to put in the rules that powerglides ain't allowed but they are in Drag Radial/Outlaw, what a joke... I will ALWAYS be found driving a powerglide. LOLPhantasea466 said:Hmmmmmm
I have a nitrous controller but NO nitrous :lol:
the controller is just used for a rev limiter now
All my SFI stuff is up to date or will be up to date when I get the new belts.
I think you'll be OK :wink:
Mine is 423-258-3172 Allan Jones and you had the 4th in your post??? You know the race is on the 28th right :lol: Hate to hear your car won't be done.IDT-572 said:4th,
I plan on being there, I will not have my car ready by then but I plan on coming. we need to exchange cell numbers or something to be able to find everybody. I hope kevin or keith will show also
I always wanted to try NMRA but everyone has gone on and on about how strict they are in tech. I have good friends at FFW that don't bother me about the stupid stuff that has no reason to be in the sfi book. I mean come on a aluminum bellhousing, if it were cracked or broke would anyone be using it??? Aluminum don't wear out so therefore can't get the every three year send it back in to get re sfi'd deal. Then after 3 times you have to buy a new one.cobrakid8 said:actually Allan it all depends on who you get when it comes to tech. We get teched alot harder with FFW than we do in NMRA. Dad just fills the card out with dates and stuff and gives that to them. They never have looked at the stickers except for the suit, and such. The shifter solenoid thing is not all that bad either, I did not pay enough attention for FFW the last few years and have had it taken out the times we have been there with the car. Not so sure about the nitrous controller but I seem to remember a few drivers that use nitrous in their cars. In case their late on the light and have to try to catch the other driver and try to make them break out. But I like it better than FFW really.
Leaking??? I don't understand. A bellhousing leaking, leaking what. LOLcobrakid8 said:But we since our JW back and had it recert and made new because it started to leak on us.
George is never at Bristol, that is his vacation week??? Are you sure it wasn't someone else?cobrakid8 said:But I guess it just depends on who you get to tech your car because last year in Bristol it took 10 minutes or so to get teched in when we got to George. BG took about 20 seconds he looked at the dates on the belts and my jacket and helmet and that was it.