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These are the newest rules for the 2012 Modern Street Hemi Shootout. Please read and learn.;) Mods... could you please make this a sticky. Thanks.






Exhibition
  • Heads up racing for all gen III HEMI powered LX, LC, LD, SRT Jeep, and all Drag Pak cars including V10.
  • No restriction on weight, displacement, power adders, controllers, transmission, or suspension.
  • No points or prizes. Just bragging rights.
Unlimited




  • Heads up racing for 2005+ Gen III HEMI powered LX, LC, LD, and SRT Jeep.
  • No restriction on weight, displacement, or power adders.
  • Cars that have been converted from IRS to a solid rear axle must use a Nag1 or factory type 6-speed transmission.
  • Cars that have been converted from Nag1 to any other transmission (TH400, Powerglide, etc) must use IRS suspension.
  • Cars with both converted solid rear axle and converted transmission must run Exhibition. See Notes 1 & 2 at bottom of page.
  • Pro
  • Heads up racing for 2005+ Gen III HEMI powered LX, LC, LD, and SRT Jeep with power adder (forced induction or nitrous).
  • Engine displacement limited to 6.1 liters with one exception. OEM 6.4 (392) allowed when using stock bottom end.
    No power adder restriction when using stock bottom end (any turbo setup including twins, any superchrger, any nitrous setup).
    Forged bottom ends restricted to a single power adder as descibed below:
    No twin turbo setups. Single turbo limited to 76mm.
    Superchargers restricted to maximum positive displacement of 3.0 Liters.
    Centrifugal blowers no larger than Procharger D1, Vortech V1 T trim, Paxton 1500.
    Nitrous systems limited to plate system.
    N/A cars over 468 cubic inches, and N/A cars not meeting wight restrictions for Stroker or Super Stock class.
    Minimum weight (with driver) as follows:
    All power adder cars: 4000+ lb. Cars not meeting minimum weight requirements will compete in Unlimited.
    Naturally aspirated cars: No weight minimum for N/A cars.
    LX,LC,LD must have IRS.
    See Notes 1 & 2 at bottom of page.


    Stroker
  • Naturally Aspirated Heads up racing for 2005+ Gen III HEMI powered LX, LC, LD, and SRT Jeep with stroked engines up to 468 cubic inches (including factory VCT 392).
  • Minimum weight (with driver) as follows:
  • 6.4 Iron (includes OEM VCT 392): 3900+ lbs.
  • 7.0 Iron or 6.4 Aluminum: 4000+ lbs.
  • 7.2 Iron or 7.0 Aluminum: 4100+ lbs.
  • 7.2 Aluminum or Larger: 4200+ lbs. Any aftermarket or "one-off" blocks, regardless of material, and any modular sleeved blocks must compete at 4200+ lbs.
    LX,LC,LD must have IRS.
    Cars not meeting minimum weight requirements will compete in Pro class.
    Accepted fuels include pump gas, any commercially available race fuel, or E-85.
    Any additional fuel systems including water meth are prohibited and may not be present on the vehicle.
    See Notes 1 & 2 at bottom of page.
  • Super Stock
  • Naturally Aspirated Heads up racing for all 2005+ 5.7 liter and 6.1 liter Gen III HEMI powered LX, LC, LD, and SRT Jeep.
    Minimum weight (with driver) as follows:
    6.1 liter engines: 4050+ lbs.
    5.7 liter engines: 3900+ lbs.
    Aluminum blocks prohibited.
    LX,LC,LD must have IRS.
    Cars not meeting minimum weight requirements will compete in Pro class.
    Accepted fuels include pump gas, any commercially available race fuel, or E-85.
    Any additional fuel systems including water meth are prohibited and may not be present on the vehicle.
    See Notes 1 & 2 at bottom of page.
  • IndexIndex racing for all 2005+ Gen III LX, LC, LD, and SRT Jeep (including HEMI, V6, and both V8 & V10 Drag Paks)
  • Index racing run on a .250 bracket increments (such as 12.00, 12.25, 12.50...)
    No delay boxes or throttle stops.
  • King Of The Hill Index runoff between the class winners of Super Stock, Stroker, Pro and Unlimited.
  • Random pairing on a .250 bracket.
  • Note 1: All Cars except Exhibition and Index must run factory engine controllers. Approved engine controllers are NGC 3, 4, and 4A models as well as GPEC 2.
    Note 2: Super Stock, Stroker, Pro and Unlimited (Unlimited only when running solid rear axle) are required to have NAG1 Transmission, or six speed manual transmission. Six speed entries must be production style units with the standard H-Style pattern. Sequential or clutchless transmissions are prohibited. Clutch must be conventional, slipper clutches prohibited.
 

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Well that sucks buy an F1D & go straight to unlimited, they need a clause in there for pump gas. LOL

Jim
Well you're a baller now Jim. Step up son!! The rules aren't very good for the majority of Jeeps I'll say that. We always get the shaft b/c of our weight. We need more hp. to compete. I'm sure next year we can get the rules tweaked a little more for the Jeeps as Junior and I will push for it. Can't say that they'll change them but we can try. You've got the potential to run FAST though Jim. Question is...... how much boost are you going to run?
 

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Not sure on the boost Andy would have to answer what we are starting off with. Still trying to swing the tranny from the start. Than I figure I've only got 10k max to finish it out, tires rims, TC, Wavetrac & axles & a few odds & ends. Hope to have the rest by the end of summer.

Jim
 

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You've got a setup capable of running high 9's for sure.
Thanks for the vote of confiidnece HB, one day I would love to.

But if it wasn't for guys like you, Brian, Bill, Chris, Keoni, Paulie & I know I've missed a few others, none of this would be possible. Don't forget I was a daily lurker for 3yrs before I joined so I know all the hard work, trial & error & thousands of dollars you all spent. Because of that its easy for anyone willing to pay for it to come along & reliably build a Jeep as fast as they want.

Thanks to all you guys.

Jim
 

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Yeah keep pushing for weight restrictions Harrison and Junior, I think that's where we are disadvantaged the most, and my I feel like my class, stroker class feels the biggest brunt of it. Thanks for sharing!
 

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I see alot more guys being competitive in index then the heads up classes. Not sure why we went crazy with the rules this year but just because a combo has the potential to run 9s doesn't mean it will. Bjb only runs mid 20s on pump gas.

J
Mid 20's huh? :silly:
 

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ok im really late here but ,
stock bottom end boost, gas do what you want and as much as you want,
BUT in pro class
No twin turbo setups. Single turbo limited to 76mm??? lol
Superchargers restricted to maximum positive displacement of 3.0 Liters.
Centrifugal blowers no larger than Procharger D1, Vortech V1 T trim, Paxton 1500.

ahhh hello did someone actually think when creating this?

or did it just sound good at the time.. highly unfair, how can you put a size limit on a single and not a twin?? eg twin 50mm ok
does a paxton 1500 compare to a 3l ?
can a d1sc even compare to 76mm turbo? or even a 68mm?

no alloy blocks ??? if your weight is over whats the big deal?

if they gonna get picky and get detailed then be fair and be realistic,
 
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