Street Stock Rules

  1. TIRES and WHEELS: An 8" track tire is mandatory. You can choose rain or diamond tread.
  2. BODY: Car must have a stock steel OEM body, with firewall and floor pan. A steel hood, roof, and trunk lid are mandatory, but the trunk may be cut out. A stock spoiler for the make and model of the car may be used. After market plastic nose and tail pieces allowed. Cutting allowed only for tire clearance. Wedge nose pieces are not allowed.
  3. ENGINE: The block, heads, crank, rods, pistons, intake and exhaust manifolds must all be factory stock. No grinding off of any parts, serial, casting or firing order numbers allowed. Headers or block huggers are permitted. No porting or polishing of the heads, intake or exhaust allowed. Intake must be cast iron and have Quadra jet bolt pattern. No bowtie heads, but straight plug dart heads are allowed. Stock replacement pistons are allowed, but no racing or high performance type pistons allowed. Absolutely no roller rockers, stud girdles, dual valve springs, strokers, or destrokers allowed. The engine must be in stock mounts, with no set-back allowed.
  4. FUEL SYSTEM: Any stock carburetor or 500 CFM maximum. The car must burn gasoline. No electric or belt drive fuel pumps are allowed. A 1" maximum adapter or spacer may be used.
  5. SUSPENSION AND FRAME: Suspension must be stock front and rear. The frame must be stock from bumper to bumper. No tubular A-arms or trailing arms may be used. Only stock spindles and brakes allowed. No coil over shocks or simulated coil over shocks allowed. Springs may be shimmed. Springs must be 5" in diameter, minimum. Stock steering only. You may make the steering shaft from box to steering wheel.
  6. TRANSMISSION AND REAR END: Stock automatic or manual transmission only. No racing transmission, rear end, small diameter clutches, or aluminum flywheels allowed. Manual transmissions must have a working clutch. A Ford 9" rear end may be used and it may be locked.

Any questions will be decided by the track Technical Inspector. The decision of the Technical Inspector will always be final!

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