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i was woundering if any one had a list of enduro car rules either for nobles or rock county speedway and does anyone now how big of metal you have to use for a roll cage in a enduro car

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1. A full perimeter four post roll cage with an X-brace in rear and rear kickers must be used. Roll cage must be securely welded to the frame. Roll bar padding is recommended in the driver’s compartment. Unibody must mount 6” x 6” steel plate to floor and the cage must be mounted to the plate.

2. Minimum 1.666” outside diameter and .095” thick tubing for cages and door bars. Three door bars on each side must be used with three braces between bars.

3. No bars allowed in engine compartment except a bar can be used to protect the radiator. If a bar is used for radiator protection it cannot be braced any further back then the A-frame, no wider than the frame rails and the pipe cannot be larger than 2” OD and minimum size of 1 ¾”.

4. No square tubing or galvanized pipe is allowed in making roll cage.

5. The battery box must be mounted to the floor behind the seat or in the trunk area. It must be enclosed in a marine type box or a metal box.

These are pretty general rules for most racing classes not necessarily an enduro car. When you are gutting your car try to remove absolutely anything you can from the front end and try to keep as much weight as you can on the back.

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