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Old 01-15-2007, 10:14 PM
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Just a short post. I'll update this later. If you want to write a description of the class and write a list of what mods are allowed etc that would be appreciated. Otherwise I'll work on them myself.

United States

SCCA:
T3 s2k new for 2007+, was in T2 in -2006
- Mostly stock, mods are expensive because of lots of rules.
- Only class where you can take a s2k to the National Run-Offs
- Base allowed mods and common recommendations.
-- 28??lbs
-- AP1 or AP2 oem wheels (USDM not JDM) :: AP2 Wheels
-- DOT Tires (RA1, Hooiser, Kumho, etc)
-- Full Interior
-- Stock Brakes
-- Stock ECU
-- Double Adjustable Shocks with OEM springs :: Moton, JRZ, Peneske
-- No Wing
-- ...

ITR new for 2007+
- A lot less stock than T3, but still a fair number of rules on what you can/can't do.
- 30??lbs
-- Any wheel up to 17x8.5
-- DOT Tires (RA1, Hooiser, Kumho, etc)
-- No ABS
-- Stock Brakes
-- Stock ECU (ITR rules make it impossible for S2K to change ECU, other makes can tho)
-- No Wing
-- Dash & Heater Box Required
-- Double Adjustable Shocks w/ Any spring, No remote reservoir.
-- ...

Honda Cup (souther cal/arizona only currently)
- Pretty open on mods but still some weight, tire, and other limits.
-- 2.0L 2550lbs - 2.2L 2650lbs
-- 255x4 or 245F/275R w/ +100lbs
-- Programmable ECU allowed, Engine mods allowed
-- Aero/Wing allowed
-- ...


ITE
- Anything you want to do w/ a s2k.

NASA:
Honda Challenge H1 (NASA)
- ...

Canada

CASC-OR
Super Touring (ST) - - Canadian Touring Car Championship - Ontario Canada only
- ~2400lbs incl. driver
- 245 width RA-1 tires (spec)
- 9" wide wheels max
- Wing allowed but restricted in size and position
- No FI mods
- Most other mods open except aero
- some mods may increase minimum weight allowance (brake diameter/# pistons)
- rewards weight based on finish position
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Great info. ITE Baby!
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I ran into resistance this weekend in TX from scca with my motons for ite. As it turned out it rained cats and dogs so I didnt miss much. Any advice as how to convince them that i was legal?
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where are your ITE rules? ITE is different in every region.
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I dont think they have regional rules--that I know of. I will check thanks
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I need to update this more. Can anyone running in T3, ITR or ITE outside of california comment on class rules more to add to the list?

Thanks
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ITR Weight is 3005 LBS
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Originally Posted by crashtest,Mar 22 2007, 10:41 AM
ITR Weight is 3005 LBS
this item just blows. otherwise it'd be a future option for me.
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Old 04-28-2007, 09:33 AM
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why? its a litttle high right now and that will get sorted but it's to keep the cars in the class on an close to equal pace.
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Originally Posted by krazik,Apr 28 2007, 10:33 AM
why? its a litttle high right now and that will get sorted but it's to keep the cars in the class on an close to equal pace.
because adding weight is counterintuitive. for me the honda cup option is more attractive.
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