yep i agree on say a can size but for say a mod class as long as the can is the same who cares what go s on underneith?swtour said:Dave,
I personally think it's more about controlling the environment. NOVAK did step up big time to help out the BRL and get B/L racing on the map, but in the future I think we'll see more mfg's allowed...but NOT until they've been track tested and it's proven they are not out of line with the Novaks performance.
I've seen a few responses citing things like: TRINITY was allowed to make FASTER STOCK MOTORS, etc. But, TRINITY's biggest competition was TRINITY. What was the last non EPIC based stock motor that had huge success?
NoVAK set the stage, to which the rest will be measured.
If a NOVAK 10.5 class is created and a "other brand" builds a 10.5 to a different set of standards and runs like a 12.5 or a 8.5 they will not fit within the boundries of the class. I've seen some of the other mfg's. state that if they can't build a SUPERIOR/FASTER product then why build one at all?
I personally hope a set of 'specs' can be put together allowing only ONE type of wind, a basic motor weight, and other restrictions and tolerences as well. I also hope that when these standards are written we can find every possible Bug and Loophole and CLOSE THEM before they are opened. Diameter or Rotor, weight of Rotor, size of wire, sensor vs. non-sensor, etc.
Until then - LOCK OUT ANYTHING ELSE.
Mod should be just that whatever you want! I and most were speaking of 13.5 and 10.5 classes that are based on a specific motor.dave w 1 said:yep i agree on say a can size but for say a mod class as long as the can is the same who cares what go s on underneith?
arent there meters to make sure what guys are running are in spec? a monopoly in racing is not cool :thumbsup: