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- February 13, 2008 at 4:14 am #42426AnonymousInactive
If I understand this, TAG Jr. rules are for the most part based upon TAG USA rules. BTW, the 2008 TAG USA rules are now available at http://www.tagracing.net/. I have been comparing them among the rules I could find on this website and also by word of mouth. But there a few deviations from those rules that I am getting conflicting information, so for my clarification and hopefully others will Curt, Brad or Jim answer the following since I am assuming that CSC and the club race will adhere to the same set of “Colorado rules.”
TIRES: Are we running solely MG yellows or are we following the TAG USA rules? Betting MG Yellows here.
FUEL: Can we choose to run another fuel other the VP MS98, say MS93 or C12?
OIL: Can we run another oil, say synthetic or Maxima 927 instead of TAG USA choices?
AIRBOX: If I understand the airbox rule, TAG USA now allows participants to run the KG “Cobra” airbox. I am assuming that will be allowed here too?
AIRHORN: What is the rule on this? I hear only the square one is allowed, but I have seen in an older TAG USA rules the curved surface version? Are they both allowed here? I heard at the TAG finals only the square one was allowed.
ThanksFebruary 13, 2008 at 2:07 pm #59571Curt KistlerParticipant
Jim is working on the fnal draft of the 2008 rules. I reviewed them late last night and he should be getting final approval from the other CSC officials very soon. Best case, you should all have access to the 2008 CSC rule book by this weekend. A PDF download will be available on this site and we should have printed hard copies for any upcoming seminars, meetings, and available at each track.
CurtFebruary 13, 2008 at 7:51 pm #59572AnonymousInactive
Works for me.
ThanksFebruary 15, 2008 at 3:48 am #59570AnonymousInactive
I see the 2008 CSC rules are up now and also 2008 CSC registration….. :clap:
So after reading the CSC rules and unlike TAG USA rules, TAG or any class for that matter, can pick their choice of fuel from MS93, MS98 or C12 and for two-cycles we can mixed our choice of fuel with one of the three approved oils (VP RS7, Maxima 927 or Motul 800)…. cool.
The CSC rules and the club rules are one and the same?
I didn’t see either the new KG Cobra or the K&N RK1000 air boxes that are both listed in 2008 TAG USA rules listed in the CSC rulebook. Is that simply an oversight or are we not allowed to run them locally?
Finally, Brad can you clarify if we can run the curved surface air horn (Velocity Stack) on the Leopard? The 2008 TAG USA rules say we can, but I hear from the last TAG World finals that only one was “legal.” Unfortunately, neither the part number or any other specs are given, just the statement “Air cups must be square or convex-style only (see spec sheet).” In the 2007 spec sheet, I can not find info on these air horns within. I know there are more than just one variation of velocity stacks that will fit on the HL334 carb. Please clarify.
Thanks againFebruary 16, 2008 at 5:23 am #59573AnonymousInactive
Well the rules where up at one point…. really I made two copies. :idn:February 16, 2008 at 2:30 pm #59574Jim KeeslingParticipant
The rules were up for a brief time, until some typos were found.
The spec tire for the CSC MG yellows. The Spec fuel is MS93 for Rotax, and MS 98 for the rest. C-12 is allowed for built moto only.
The spec oil will be announced shortly.
For for any confusion.
JimFebruary 17, 2008 at 6:27 pm #59575AnonymousInactive
Thanks for responding Jim.
They reason for asking is several of us TAG Jr’s are planning on buying a drum or two from Brad, a cost savings move, and obviously we want to make sure we buy the correct fuel.
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