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    Default changin classes

    if I wanted to run in multiple class what other classes could I run in?

    production: fp, hp-class 2 or are there just those

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    Build a class-compliant ITB car and you can run the following classes without changes:

    - ITB
    - STL
    - STU
    - FP
    - ITE*
    - ITEZ*

    *Division-specific
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    Don't know what your car is specifically, but if it's built after 1985, you can run it in STL if it's below 2L and STU if it's above 2L. IT cars are allowed in Super Touring in their IT trim (or as modified per ST rules).
    Houston Region
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    its an 85 jetta, converted to mega squirt, bored 20 over, port polish 1" intake, header with resonator, balanced/blue printed bottom end

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    Add ;HP and vintage
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    thanks guys really appreciate it.sorry for asking the dumb question. but on cam shaft, for production can I change them? I read unrestricted but what about duration?

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    Get an old Miata...run all classes on the same weekend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetta1987 View Post
    its an 85 jetta, converted to mega squirt, bored 20 over, port polish 1" intake, header with resonator, balanced/blue printed bottom end
    What part of the injection system is controlled by mega squirt? CIS cars have to retain the stock CIS injectors to be legal for IT. You can't change to later model electronic injectors.
    You have to keep the CIS fuel distributor as well with out mods!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbbski View Post
    What part of the injection system is controlled by mega squirt? CIS cars have to retain the stock CIS injectors to be legal for IT. You can't change to later model electronic injectors.
    You have to keep the CIS fuel distributor as well with out mods!
    A2 cars (guessing this is an A2 Jetta by the user title) can run CIS, CIS-E or Digifant, because all of those cars are on one spec line.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joeg View Post
    Get an old Miata...run all classes on the same weekend!
    All your classes are belong to us!
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    Recommend Googling "SCCA GCR", and reading the IT pages. Remembering "if it doesn't say you can, you can't".
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    I actually did download the gcr at work. I just wanted to make sure I was reading the right info. and shwah thanks for clarifying on that info

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetta1987 View Post
    I actually did download the gcr at work. I just wanted to make sure I was reading the right info. and shwah thanks for clarifying on that info
    Good! It's nice to see someone who can read and understand the rules! You'll be fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jetta1987 View Post
    I actually did download the gcr at work. I just wanted to make sure I was reading the right info. and shwah thanks for clarifying on that info
    And just in case you are totally new to the class - that means the Megasquirt is A-OK, provided it has stock injectors, and other hardware (except those explicitly allowed in the rules - ecu, tps, fpr).
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    yes I am using stock rail, injectors , dist, and fuel pressure regulator

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