NMCA Technical Department Makes rule adjustment to the NMCA Holley EFI Factory Super Cars class

 

Based on NMCA Factory Super Cars performance data, the NMCA Technical Department made the following adjustments effective immediately for these Factory Super Cars combinations:

1. 2015 Dodge//Mopar Challenger Drag Pak 354 with 2.9L combination –
a. Decrease Base weight 75 lbs., from 3575 lbs. to 3500 lbs.
b. Decrease upper pulley from 3.125 to 3.000.

2. 2019 COPO Camaro 350 with 2.65L Magnuson combination –
a. Decrease Base weight 50 lbs., from 3575 lbs. to 3525 lbs.
b. Decrease upper pulley from 3.580 to 3.500.

3. 2014 – 2018 COPO Camaro 350 with 2.9L combination –
a. Decrease Base weight 75 lbs., from 3525 lbs. to 3450 lbs.

4. 2010 – 2016 Ford Mustang Cobra Jet with 2.9L combination –
a. Decrease Base weight 75 lbs., from 3525 lbs. to 3450 lbs.

5. 2019 Ford Mustang Cobra Jet 327 with 3.0L Whipple combination –
a. No Changes.
i. Base weight remains at 3575 lbs.
ii. Upper pulley remains 3.750

As a reminder, no other changes may be made to any approved superchargers, including, but not limited to: (upper or lower pulley sizes, gear ratios, cases, rotors, etc.). All other permitted combinations in the NMCA Holley EFI Factory Super Cars class will remain unchanged. These rule adjustments will go into effect immediately. NMCA reserves the right to make additional rule changes at any time to control performance and maintain parity in the Factory Super Cars class. All 2019 NMCA Rulebook Amendments and Clarifications can be found under the 2019 Rules Revisions & Clarifications link at: https://www.nmcadigital.com/2019-event-info/class-rules-payouts/

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