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EFFECTIVE STARTING JUNE 29, 2014
WEIGHT RULE CHANGED FOR 358-MODIFIED ENGINES USING BRODIX SPEC ALUMINUM HEADS
VERNON, NY-Starting on Sunday June 29 in the Modified division, any 358-Modified that competes in the Modified division and utilizes the spec Brodix aluminum head will have to weigh a minimum of 2500 lbs. at the end of the event, including driver. This is an addition of 150 lbs. from the previous 2350 lbs. that was the previous rule. The rulebook will be amended to read the following.
Under weight in the rulebook-
¦ Weights are taken including driver with no fuel added. Track scales will be official. No protests or appeals are allowed on their findings. NO tolerance of the total weight requirements will be allowed. Weight violations are subject to complete disqualification at the discretion of the track promoter and/or officials
¦Small block steel heads 2400 lbs.
Big Block 2,500 LBS
Small Block using SB2 heads 2500 lbs.
SMALL BLOCK USING BRODIX SPEC ALUMINUM HEAD 2500 lbs.
These weights are subject to change.
And under the 358-Modified rules concerning cylinder heads-
CYLINDER HEADS: BRODIX SPEC ALUMINUM, Bowtie steel, Dart steel, SB2, are the only cylinder heads allowed. Any porting allowed. Titanium valves and valve spring retainers are permitted.
SPORTSMAN: Sportsman using open motors will now weight 2400 lbs regardless of what wheels(steel or aluminum) are used. The spec and crate motor weights will remain unaffected.