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  1. StadiumSUPERTrucks

    StadiumSUPERTrucks Member

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    Make sure to come join Stadium SUPER Trucks September 20-22 in Costa Mesa, Calif. at the Sand Sports Super Show.

    OEM Side x Sides will be racing for $1,000 to win

    Driver Registration available at http://www.stadiumsupertrucks.com/ssts/drivers/
     
  2. JoeyD23

    JoeyD23 #utvunderground

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    Very cool! Are you guys going to add the Polaris RZR XP1000 to the list of OK vehicles to race?

    SIDE BY SIDES

    1) Vehicles

    All vehicles are to remain stock from the OEM.
    Legal vehicles types include Polaris 900 2 or 4 seats, Polaris 800 2 or 4 seats, Can Am 1000 and under, Artic Cat 1000 and under.
    Only modification can be the enhancement of the roll cage.
    2) Protective Clothing

    1 or 2 piece fire suit is preferred, but not required.
    Gloves are required.
    3) Helmets

    Snell approved 2005 or newer.
    Eye protection required; face shield or goggles.
    4) Safety Harness

    At least a stock OEM safety belt is required.v5 point harness is preferred.
    Arm restraints are required.
    5) Tires

    Minimum tire height of 27″
     
  3. StadiumSUPERTrucks

    StadiumSUPERTrucks Member

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    Thanks for the interest in the event.

    For this year we are NOT allowing the Polaris RZR 1000.

    Should be a fun event with lots of interest thus far.

    Pass it along to other possible drivers in Southern California that are eligible.

    www.stadiumsupertrucks.com
     
  4. JoeyD23

    JoeyD23 #utvunderground

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    Whats the reasoning behind not allowing the new 1000 run?
     
  5. Glamisfan

    Glamisfan Active Member

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    Is the race going to be a separate event from the SSSS? Do we need separate ticket for the race or is it included with the admission the show?
     
  6. StadiumSUPERTrucks

    StadiumSUPERTrucks Member

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    The race will be a separate event from the SSSS, but various ticket options will be available for purchase for those wanting to attend both events.
     
  7. c&c rhino

    c&c rhino UTVUnderground SXS Tech - UTVUnderground Approved

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    im sure its too late for this year but the sr1's put on a good show and sound bad ass.
     
  8. RWTDCT

    RWTDCT Its an RZR Thing - La Familia

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    Welcome from the central coast of California
     
  9. KenBenson#999

    KenBenson#999 New Member

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    There are very few racers that have a completely stock car, it may help gain entries if the classes were opened up to mods. The guys that race are most likely to enter, have the track experience and modified cars will are more likely finish or survive.
     
  10. crazywatson

    crazywatson #13 - UTVUnderground Approved

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    Ya letting the can am 1000 in but not the xp1000 doesn't seem fair. If they can keep the wheels from falling off or it bending a tie rod the Maverick its a sure win. Lol

    Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2
     
  11. sanduras

    sanduras Member

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    X2, the newest model isnt allowed! really.seems kinda weird.:confused:
     
  12. Bajaxp

    Bajaxp SXS Racer Extraordinaire - UTVUnderground Approved

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    Will the UTV race be on dirt or pavement? Second question: what type of arm restraints are you talking about?
     
  13. StadiumSUPERTrucks

    StadiumSUPERTrucks Member

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    The side x side track will be the same one the Stadium SUPER Trucks run on and it will be a combination of dirt, asphalt, sand, dirt jumps, and metal jumps.

    SST officials have decided to split the side x side class into two separate divisions having a strictly stock class and a modified class allowing for aftermarket exhaust and clutch kits only.

    SST is trying to keep this is simply as possible for this year with seven other divisions on the card for the weekend.

    Thanks
     
  14. staggs

    staggs Active Member

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    would a lucas oil regionals spec xp be able to race the mod class? there basically stock but have cages,shocks,exhaust,programmer and mild clutch tuning
     
  15. StadiumSUPERTrucks

    StadiumSUPERTrucks Member

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    Staggs...

    It would be legal if it was the XP 800 or 900, removed the programmer and put on the stock shocks. The cage would fit under enhancing safety and the exhaust and clutch are the two performance modifications that will be allowed.

    Thanks for the interest.
     
  16. staggs

    staggs Active Member

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    Well if you guys decide to change that and allow programmers then post it on here as we would like to race this event. Thank you
     
  17. 10-04 Racing

    10-04 Racing New Member

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    I'm with Staggs let us Lucas Oil RZR XP 900's run your modified class and we will definitely put on the best race!
     
  18. Bajaxp

    Bajaxp SXS Racer Extraordinaire - UTVUnderground Approved

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    Can you answer the second part of my question please.
     
  19. StadiumSUPERTrucks

    StadiumSUPERTrucks Member

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    After speaking with Robby and a few other Side x Side guys we are going to allow for programmers to be run in the Modified class.


     
  20. StadiumSUPERTrucks

    StadiumSUPERTrucks Member

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    Thanks for your interest.

    As far as arm restraints we would want to see something that attaches to your race suit, loops around your arm or attaches five point harness or safety belt. Safety Net is also recommend. We don't want arms flying outside of the vehicle at any time.

    As mentioned above programmers will now be allowed in the modified class to accommodate the competitors that run with Lucas.


     

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