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RULES 2015
2015 Outlaw SPL Rules (ADOBE PDF) 12/14 2015 SQ Rules  (ADOBE PDF) 12/14 Mini SPL Rules  (ADOBE PDF) SQ Score Sheet  (ADOBE PDF)  


CLASSES & DIVISIONS

EFFECTIVE 01/01/15

STREETBEAT



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 No constructed enclosure or speaker placement that may manipulate the SPL sensor may be placed forward of the "B" pillar and will be considered reason to reclassify the vehicle to the Port Wars or Super Port Wars divisions or disqualification. This decision will be at the discretion of the head judge. Factory or factory replacement front seats must be installed in the vehicle in factory locations. Must have the front bench or both front seats. No woofers larger than 8" inches may be forward of the "B" pillars.

**The physical size of each battery is limited to 800 cubic inches (13110 cubic cm) or less. (Height x Length x Width. Excluding the battery terminals.) The physical shape of the battery is irrelevant. A 12 volt battery is defined as a battery that has a nominal terminal voltage of 12-Volts, consists of 6 internal series-connected cells, and is lead/acid or gel-type. A 16 volt battery is defined as a battery that has a nominal terminal voltage of 16-Volts, consists of 8 internal series-connected cells, and is lead/acid or gel-type. A battery shall have no more than two “unique” battery terminals connected to the system, one being positive and the other being negative. Batteries with more than two posts connected to the vehicle or system will be counted as multiple batteries. Batteries that exceed these 800 cubic inches or exceed allowed number of cells will be considered multiple batteries.   (Example: 801-1600 cubic inches is tow batteries. 12 volt battery with 7 to 12 cells would be two batteries, and so on). 

These limitations apply to all classes with defined battery limits. Any class and/or division that allows unlimited batteries will not be bound by this definition
 

 

USACI World Record Attempt Rules

 

1.       All rules of the class being run will apply. Refer to the rules for the class or division in which you are attempting a record for those individual rules.

2.       “LEGAL” records will be recorded on the windshield 12” from the passenger “A” pillar, 6” from the base of the windshield, and 1” off the glass. A USACI microphone jig or tape measure may be used to determine this location. The microphone will adhere to the windshield using the factory suction cups provided. Vehicle must be closed and sealed. Competitor may be in the vehicle but must sit on the side opposite of the microphone and must wear hearing protection at all times. Competitor refers to registered owner or other persons as designated by registered owner. Podiums will be allowed in all classes.    

3.       “OUTLAW” records may be recorded anywhere forward of the “B” pillar. The microphone must be secured in a USACI certified globe and be placed where it can be observed by the world record official during the entire run. Note: Port Wars and Super Port Wars will use microphone placement as defined in their class rules.  Doors may be open or closed but may not be opened and then closed during the run.  Competitor may be in the vehicle but must sit on the side opposite of the microphone and must wear hearing protection at all times. Competitor refers to registered owner or other persons as designated by owner. Podiums will be allowed in all classes.  

4.       In Street Beat classes the vehicle may be started 30 seconds prior to the record run. Idle must be set no more than 1200rpm. The vehicle can run until the 30 seconds reading is completed and then must be shut off. If a record is achieved on the first run then the engine must remain off and the vehicle may not be worked on or modified for a period of up to 5 minutes. You may elect to do the second run earlier but no later than 5 minutes after the conclusion of the first run. At this point the vehicle engine may be re started following previous guidelines until completion of the second run. If the world record attempt is successful then the vehicle engine will be turned off and the vehicle opened to the judge for final inspection prior to record being recognized.

5.       In all classes other than Street Beat the vehicle may not be running. The record reading will be taken with the engine off over a 30 second period. If the first attempt is successful at breaking the record then the vehicle will be left unchanged and without any work or modifications for up to five minutes. The second run may be attempted in less than five minutes but may not exceed five minutes. Once the second run is complete and the record has been surpassed by both runs the vehicle will be opened for inspection by the judge. Once the vehicle has been inspected and verified for the class a record may be announced.

6.       After a record has been achieved the judge will inspect the vehicle. The engine compartment, interior compartment, trunk or hatch compartment, and undercarriage of the vehicle will be inspected to make sure all the requirements of the class in which the record attempt is being done are fulfilled and that there are no modifications that disqualify the run. Only after this verification may a World Record be announced.

7.       All vehicles must make two runs and both runs must exceed the prior record in order for a new record to be recognized. Of these two runs only the LOWEST reading of the two shall be recognized as the new record.

8.       World Records may only be attempted at WORLD RECORD CERTIFIED events. IF World Record attempts are allowed the event schedule will denote that with the “WR” in the events category.  All World Record event fees must be paid prior to event and all World Records recorded at the event must be submitted in writing along with the competitors name and membership ID number (membership must be current), and individual world record fee’s  to the USACI office within 72 hours of event completion. Once World Records are verified they will be posted  on the USACI web site and the competitor mailed and award plaque with his/her name, class, new record, and date set.

 

Good luck to all our members attempting World Records!  

 

 

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