SUPER STOCK RULES
All parts must be made available to all racers, commercially available.
No custom made parts allowed.
Cars must be legal at start during the heat.
In case of part or body failure due to race conditions, you will have to fix the car before being permitted to resume.
One track call will be permitted per racer per heat.
Two track calls for the same failure will not be permitted in the same race, even if in different heats.
Repairs for duplicate failures will need to be done during race time.
A quick track call will only be permitted to clear parts off the track. This is a risk that is taken when building on the edge.
Any car deemed detrimental to the track (i.e. riding the bottom of the slot, cutting into the slot, or greasing/oiling the track, etc) will be removed from the track and not permitted to race.
Chassis allowed are: Any commercially available , new or old as per examples below:
Panthers: All types of chassis and bulk heads (new and old ones)
T1: All types of chassis and bulk heads
P-Cars: P-2, P-3, Scorpions and Storms
Tyco: 440-X2 and T-2
G-Cars: G+ and G-3’s and G-3R’s
Life-Like: Life-Like and M-Cars
Decosmo: All Types
Adjustable brush barrels are allowed in each car.
No cutting or drilling of the chassis is allowed except to allow for brush barrels, “pin float”, and holes for mounting body tubes.
No glue is allowed except for guide pin and body tubes.
Shims of any kind are not allowed except on motor and front and rear axles.
Motor and extra magnets must be stock or stock replacements made for that car. All magnets must be made of ceramic material.
Maximum width of the car is 1 5/16 (1.3125) . . . Maximum length is 3 inches.
No restrictions on tires (front or rear).
No restrictions on axels (front or rear).
No restrictions on front ends.
No restrictions on gears.
Bodies must be painted from the inside and cover the chassis and tires when viewed from the top.
Once a body has been tech’d, it cannot be changed, unless damaged.
Motors must be stock or “hot stock” narrow window folded tab.
No rewinds or de-winds.
Balanced, epoxied, com cutting, and timing is allowed.
Any motor can be run in any car, 6.0 OHMS or higher.
Any bushings are allowed. ( ball bearings are not permitted)
Guide pins must remain in the stock location (in the front of the car) and may be glued anywhere within the guide pin slot.
Any car or controller that is hazardous to the track or marshals will be declared illegal and not be allowed to run.
Track power will remain on unless the car is not marshallable at all.
The automated lap counter is the official record of laps.
Laps may be added or subtracted from the official record if verified by more than 2 marshals and/or spectators.