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Accroding to ARCOR and ROAR, how much of the rear of a stock car body can you cut out? Is there any limit?
 

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Q-ball said:
Accroding to ARCOR and ROAR, how much of the rear of a stock car body can you cut out? Is there any limit?
Per the ARCOR rulebook:


"Cutting out the rear of the body is allowed leaving a minimum border if .125" (1/8th”) ) left and right rear. Rear of body may only be trimmed to the lowest part of the molded in spoiler. Front mounted spoilers not allowed. Body mounted side dams not allowed. "
 

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ROAR 2004 Rulebook:
3-12: Bodies cannot be trimmed higher than the lower body trim line. Unless otherwise stated in Appendix-A, the rear section of a body may be cut out as long as the rear sides and quarter panels, including the tail lights and side portion of the rear bumper remain intact. It is recommended that some portion of the cut line remain visible to help speed technical inspection. If the body has no lower body trim line, then the fold line is considered the cut line.
Note that this DOES allow cutting out the rear of the car body, within limits...
 

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Most ofthe time racers cutt out the entire back end and leave just a roll around edge in the bodies. just enough to show that it roll around. Thats the way they have been allowed for the last ten years at ROAR and NORRCA races with no arguements. Come to think of it thats the only area i haven't heard of any problems.....lol
 
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