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So I was reading the fastrak sumamry a few weeks ago and noticed that a car prepared to any of the ST rulesets to run in their appropriate SP class. I am running a 2003 GTI VR6 in STX and was thinkign of running in DSP next year. I am a little confused though. If I use the ST allowance does that mean I can not run R comps? Does this also mean that I can not do any other SP legal modifications? (I was thinking of getting a LW flywheel for example) Thanks in advance!!!
 

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Re: Street Prepared rules question (NOVAdub)

what issue?? I should take a better look.
I would assume that if you are running dsp you abide by those rules and not the stx rules...which definately means yes on the r comps!
 

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Re: Street Prepared rules question (NOVAdub)

What that means is any car prepared to ST rules is automatically legal in the appropriate SP. You cannot do a legal mod in ST that would bump you out of SP, basically. But in SP you get more allowances, so you can do the r-comps, any size wheel with any offset/backspacing, and other SP mods.
 

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Re: Street Prepared rules question (towerymt)

Ok let me explain why I ask the question in the first place. I am running in STX with 337 front brakes. To my understanding this is not legal in SP because it would not fall under the update/backdate allowance. (not on same line in appendix A) If I add R comps I am no longer prepared to STX rules. Would that in turn make me not legal because the brakes are not legal in SP? Or am I just thinking way too much about this? LOL
 

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Re: Street Prepared rules question (NOVAdub)

I guess that would be a perfect example of a STX rule not allowed in SP.

Well then, I guess you're stuck with street tires. I think the r-comps would take you to SP rules, and then like you said, the brakes aren't legal.
 
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