Can the amplifier be on the back seat in Street Stock class?
The rules specify the vehicle must be stock from the B pillar forward, does this mean the back seat can be completely removed?
but then the rules also say:
Nothing in the sound system may interfere with the normal use and / or operation of the vehicle in front of the B-Pillar.
Seats may be folded for competition, but may not be removed from the vehicle. Competitors who fold their seats must be able to demonstrate that the installation of the sound system does not interfere with the normal operation of the seats that were folded.
Except, is 3-9b only talking about the seats in front of the B Pillar?
Or, can you put a sub box on the back seat, as long as the seat still locks in to the upright position? and the seat must remain in the car?
you are wasting your breath.as you can see some judges make up there own rules.
I talked with Wayne Harris on the phone and he reads it as you can do anything behind the b-pillar as long as it is under the height of the seat.unless you have a trunk car then everything has to be behind the rear seat.
until the new rules are released and they clear it up its a waste of time even asking