OUTLAW STREET STOCK CLASS RULES - 2017
If the rules do not say you can do it, then don’t do it! Be sure to check the General Rules. All interpretations of rules by a Speedway Management or Speedway Technical Official are final. UNAWARENESS OR IGNORANCE IS NO EXCUSE!
**DRIVERS PLEASE NOTE:
We thought it would be beneficial to go over some of these rules one by one in
hopes to clear up any questions that you may have regarding them -
*There is NO weight penalty for wedge bolts in the REAR of a coil spring car.
Shocks may be in stock location or may relocate shocks to outside using wedge bolts, no weight penalty.
Leaf Spring cars: shocks in the rear may be relocated to outside using wedge bolts, no weight penalty.
*NO Penske shocks allowed.
*NO aluminum bodied shocks.
*NO adjustable shocks allowed.
*NO aluminum heim joins.
*NO Schrader valves.
*NO canister shocks.
Anybody in the lead lap can claim the winner's shocks for $75 per shock.
You forfeit your shocks.
* Minimum durometer reading 46
3100lb Car Weight Rules:
- Stock body
- Stock steel cylinder heads
- Adjustable spring bucket in the front and wedge bolts in front allowed, no weight penalty
World Product heads: ADD 50lbs
After market body, fiberglass, aluminum, or steel, Slab sides okay (Must be approved by tech) Add 50LBS
Any 1965 or newer American made car with a factory wheel base of 101 inches minimum – must be within 1 inch tolerance of year, make and model.
No trucks or convertibles permitted.
Minimum weight of 3,100 pounds, with a maximum of 55% on the left side.
Weight may be added to any competitor to ensure fairness of competition at the discretion of Speedway officials.
All lead and ballast must be painted white and have car number printed on it. Must be mounted with ½ inch bolt per 50 pounds. No tungsten may be used for ballast.
Factory roof must be retained. May replace any rotted metal with 22 gauge or thicker sheet steel or aluminum. Must look like an actual car; May bring sides of car out to the outer edge of tires but may not exceed past the outside of the left or right side tires. No wedge bodies.
After market body, fiberglass, aluminum, or steel, Slab sides okay (Must be approved by tech) Add 50LBS
Must retain front firewall and floor pan as possible to behind the driver. May replace floor pan with same gauge steel or thicker on driver side.
All holes in firewall must be covered over for safety.
Front and rear bumper covers are allowed.
Tube bumpers should follow bumper diagrams on track site diagram.
May run fiberglass hood with no holes in the hood or forward facing scoops.
Stock rocker panels may be removed
May run spoilers 6 inches tall x 60 inches wide. No forward bracing or side wings.
May run aftermarket rocker panels.
4. CHASSIS and SUSPENSION:
Must be for year, make and model of car.
Lower a-frames must remain stock. All suspension mounting points must be in stock location.
Lower a-frame must be stock, un-altered, in stock location with stock ball joint. OEM.
No bump stops.
May run tubular upper control arms on front suspension 1 inch longer or shorter than stock length maximum. No slotted cross shafts. Any ball joint ok. Upper a-frame upper ball joint hole in spindle may be reamed to accept after-market ball joint.
Any racing springs and adjustable buckets on front suspension are to be 5 inches minimum in diameter.
Leaf spring cars may run any size lowering block. Rear shackles must be multi-leaf steel springs. No composite leaf springs. No adjustable lowering blocks.
Coil springs cars may run Jacking Bolts in the rear frame and may use adjustable upper rear control arms.
May use adjustable buckets on front springs.
Any steel stock mounted shock in stock location. $75.00 claimer per shock – must forfeit own shocks.
Steel body shocks only, no aluminum heim joints.
No Schrader valve or reservoir/canister shocks allowed.
May tie uni-bodied cars together. May repair damaged frames with tubes. All suspensions must be returned to stock location.
Cars may be underslung.
The minimum ride height for frame and body is 4 inches Driver out of car
No lead below the frame rails.
May run steel or polyurethane bushings in suspension components.
Factory quadrajet 4 barrel or motor craft
Holley 4412. 4412 must pass track gauges.
May change jets, squirters, and power valves. Choke plate and shaft may be removed. The horn must remain stock height.
1-1/2-inch carb spacer allowed (1/8 inch gaskets when spacers are used).
1 inch carb space if 7101 intake manifold is used. Gasket rule is applied.
May use Edelbrock 2101, 2701, 3701, or 7101 intakes. 7101 must run 1 inch spacer rule. No “hi-rise” factory aluminum or bowtie intakes. No marine intakes.
No porting or polishing of intake manifolds. No painting, sanding, or grinding of intakes.
Ford engines may run Edelbrock 2181.
Any 12-volt battery fired ignition (only).
Distributor may be locked or welded. OEM style HEI or points style.
Any performance ignition parts must be located under stock distributor and coil cap.
No MSD boxes.
8. MISCELLANEOUS ENGINE:
Oil pan and valve covers builder’s choice.
Pulleys builder’s choice.
Stock style water pump – aluminum approved. No electric.
OEM or replacement fuel pumps.
Electric fans approved.
Racing power steering pumps and lines approved.
9. ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS:
Must be of manufacturer of car and mounted in stock location.
No air box.
Engine and transmission mount optional. (Refer to Rule 1).
Maximum cubic inch displacement for General Motors – 350 c.i.d. - Ford – 351 c.i.d. - Mopar – 360 c.i.d.
Maximum over-bore is .060.
Four (4) bolt main approved. No splayed caps.
May zero deck the block.
Any harmonic balancer – no aluminum hubs.
No porting, polishing, or painting unless otherwise stated.
May clean-up the oil return holes in valley, and may install screens in oil return holes.
Cast crank – 48 pounds - Steel crank – 50 pounds (minimum). For make and model of engine, must be stock stroke. Aftermarkets approved – no knife edges. No polishing of throws. May be balanced. May only grind on counter-weights.
Any stock length. 5.7 inches in 350. No polished beams.
Balancing approved only on top and bottom of rods.
Any 3-ring, 4-eyebrow flat top pistons.
Floating piston pins approved.
All engine bolts are builder’s choice. Studs approved.
10. GENERAL MOTORS (GM) 602 CRATE ENGINE:
May run 602 with factory seal bolts.
Crate 100 pounds penalty for non-seal bolt engine.
11. CYLINDER HEADS:
Stock open chamber head with a minimum of 64 cc’s on 350 engines. 305 heads on 305 engines only.
Stock closed chamber heads with a minimum of 63 cc’s – must add 50 pounds to total weight of car.
** No Vortec Heads
World Product and Dart are approved with the same specifications as stock head replacement
World Product and Dart heads must be 63CC minimum
World Product and Dart heads must have straight plus - no angle whatsoever!
World Product and Dart heads must add 50lbs.
World Product heads are ok on built engine add 50lbs (No High Performance Parts).
1.94 inch intake valves and 1.50 inch exhaust valves on GM engines.
Stock diameter valves for cylinder heads used on Ford and Mopar engines.
Ford is allowed 56 cc’s on cylinder head.
Three (3) angle valve job approved. Final cut no more than 75 degrees and no deeper than ½1/2 inch.
Stainless steel valves approved. No titanium valves. No tulip or cut back. Stock length only.
Aftermarket vale springs approved. Maximum of 1.270 inches in diameter.
Stock diameter push-rods only – may be any length.
No porting or polishing of any kind, and no bowl cutting in valve seat area.
Screw-in studs and guide plates approved.
Hydraulic only. No roller cams.
General Motors maximum: .450 with 1.5 rockers with .003 tolerance.
Ford maximum: .480 with 1.6 rockers with .033 tolerance.
Mopar maximum: .480 with 1.5 rockers with .003 tolerance.
Roller rockers approved to the three (3) rules above. No shaft style rockers unless they were originally stock.
Long slot rockers approved.
Stud girdles approved.
OEM automatic transmission with all working gears and working torque converter.
10 inch minimum torque converter.
3-or-4 speed cast iron manual transmission approved. Must have all forward and reverse gears working.
May use hydraulic clutch pedals and throw-out bearing, or slave cylinder.
OEM stock flywheel – 14 pounds minimum.
10 inch minimum diameter clutch and pressure plate. Disc must be full circle. No aluminum discs.
No 5-or- 6 speed transmissions.
Full floater rear ends okay, no aluminum spools or lockers of any kind, must have steel components
OEM correct make and model generation for car. OEM may use factory limited slip differential. Steel full spool or mini-spool allowed. Welding also allowed.
May use C-clip eliminators.
Ford – 9 inch allowed to factory width of car that is installed in. Must have steel components and solid axle shafts. May use full spool, mini-spool, or factory limited slip.
Ford 9 inch on four (4) link coil spring cars must have lower trailing arm hole in correct location from center of tube to center of the bolt hole. This will be strictly enforced.
No three (3) link set-up unless factory for year make and model. (example 1982 and up Camaro). If you choose to run this stock suspension mounting points apply and it must be in the chassis and have strut front suspension.
No aftermarket lockers, Gleasons, limited slip, or tru-tracs.
All four (4) brakes must work at all times.
Stock style pedal and master cylinder only.
May use factory proportioning valve.
May use rear disc brakes. NO brake bias.
All brake calipers must be steel and factory replacement – no light weight calipers.
No aftermarket brake bias or shut-off valves.
Any down and under chassis header with a 1-5/8 inch primary tube and 3 inch outlet.
No step or velocity headers.
3 inch maximum size for exhaust all the way.
Combine two-into-one and exit in NASCAR style flat. Must exit the right-side of car.
MUST HAVE A MUFFLER, exhaust may exit through passenger door pipes inside car must be covered with steel shield for safety
Maximum – 8-inch steel only. Any offset.
Minimum of 7/16-inch wheel studs with 1 inch lug nuts on all four (4) wheels.
Minimum durometer reading 46
19. FUEL CELL:
Maximum: 22 gallons.
Must be in steel container and securely mounted. (Check General Rules).
No fuel additives. No alcohol, methane, ether, moth balls, etc.
PLEASE READ THE GENERAL RULES.
*If you have any questions regarding the rules, please email them to us!