playmusicloud
I herd you could go over the window now, it was distance from the ceiling.

I was just wondering if anyone could give me a quick run down of super street n/w class, so i can
start designing. Its getting warm out.

It would be much appreciated. Thanks.
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Twilight Angel
In The following link you will find the new way to measure the Wall-line.
http://www.termpro.com/asp/pubs.asp?ID=205

Hope this helps you out.
Rest of th no wall rule's you can find in the 2012 rules.

Greetz, Tom.
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playmusicloud
Thank you, that's exactly what im looking for.
I can go much bigger this season. Thanks again. Will
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Edemska
Can be cables under the vehicle or must be inside vehicle in super street NW? I'm not sure.
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Michal Dziobkowski
Edemska wrote:
Can be cables under the vehicle or must be inside vehicle in super street NW? I'm not sure.


You have it hear in 6-4 paragraph http://www.termpro.com/dbdrag/rules/2012/rules.asp?Org_ID=1&Format_ID=1&Season=2012&Section=6&ClassFilter=0
You can do it in all classes now.
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Edemska
thx, but I think this rule 6-10i, where is write: Floor cut-throughs are not permitted.
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ivan
from what I understand the new rule also serves to street category?

regards
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ivan
someone can certify that the new standard 30 "height of the box can be used in the street category?
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augustijnen Peter
yes , this rule also aply's for street class

same rule for boxheight street and SSNW
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augustijnen Peter
yes , this rule also aply's for street class

same rule for boxheight street and SSNW

any judge want to chime in on this ?
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ivan
very thanks peter.
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charlyaudio
The new rule defines wall:
Wall is considered nothing more.
Nowhere is it written that overrides other rules Street.

In the matrix of 2012 you can clearly see that in the classes (Street A and Street B), in the section on normal use of the vehicle is the same as other years, in all parts.

I think they're ignoring this rule.

As far as I'm concerned, if the matrix does not change that paragraph, I judge the street A and B classes as usual.
Limit of 60 Hz is the only thing that changed in 2012 for these two classes.
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ivan
charlyaudio wrote:
The new rule defines wall:
Wall is considered nothing more.
Nowhere is it written that overrides other rules Street.

In the matrix of 2012 you can clearly see that in the classes (Street A and Street B), in the section on normal use of the vehicle is the same as other years, in all parts.

I think they're ignoring this rule.

As far as I'm concerned, if the matrix does not change that paragraph, I judge the street A and B classes as usual.
Limit of 60 Hz is the only thing that changed in 2012 for these two classes.




Mr. Carlos Munoz forgive, forget one very important thing, apart from just changing the rule for street category in 60Hz, maximum frequency, is also the new standard can be tested in the line of measurement with the car started.

Greetings and I hope this is resolved soon so I'm concerned
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augustijnen Peter
charlyaudio wrote:
The new rule defines wall:
Wall is considered nothing more.
Nowhere is it written that overrides other rules Street.

In the matrix of 2012 you can clearly see that in the classes (Street A and Street B), in the section on normal use of the vehicle is the same as other years, in all parts.

I think they're ignoring this rule.

As far as I'm concerned, if the matrix does not change that paragraph, I judge the street A and B classes as usual.
Limit of 60 Hz is the only thing that changed in 2012 for these two classes.


then they have not remove it in the rules , it have change for 2012
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charlyaudio
Peter.
I only do meet standards.
And nowhere is it written that has to be different to previous years.
That changed this year?.
The rule definition of wall is just that, and judge what is and is not considered wall.
This rule is simpler to look at the lower part of the front windows.
But that rule does not say that overrides the normal use around the vehicle in these two classes street.
The matrix is clear from these two classes street as other years.
To be able to afford to build higher in the matrix has to define trunk forward.
Whether I understand it, that I meet the rules step by step.

Sorry if not well understood, traduztor use.
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