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Old 08-07-05, 09:16 PM
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n/a to t2 SCCA class

i'd like to swap the turbo motor into my 87 n/a. i've read all the posts on it and i couldn't find a t2 available for a decent price in tucson. so that puts me where i'm at now.

i've read that you can change out motors in the scca rulebook, but i took that to mean that you can replace, not upgrade. if i did do a turbo motor into my n/a would that bump me up to SP with the turbo 2 FC or would that bump me to SM2. as of now, my car is stock and once i figure out where the motor would leave me, i can move from there.

Edit: Street Prepared Class. 15.1 Section C. It would seem that I can't race in SP due to the fact that the cars are not listed on the same line (i read that as class). So I'd pretty much be stuck with SM2. I had to search in the SCCA rulebook and on this forum. Didn't delete my post so others can read it as well.

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Old 08-08-05, 06:58 AM
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You would bump to SM2 or Modified. Street Prepared allows no motor swaps and neither does stock (except direct replacements of course).

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