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|Outlaw 5.0 Semi Pro|
On the other hand, the consistent driver and tuner will have to be ready for the final and hope that he or she has “brung enough” horsepower to win the race. Both racers will have to overcome the temptation of being overly aggressive in preparing their final round tune-up because to much horsepower could mean over powering the track. The spectators will want to stay until the final round to see which motorcycle driver has the hp, tuning and driving skills to win Outlaw 5.0 Semi Pro.
Designation: O/5.0 followed by racer number.
Heads up class
*Rules are subject to change at the sole discretion of the NDRL. NDRL and track tech/management has final discretion on rules. ALSO, SEE GENERAL MOTORCYCLE RULES.
FUEL AND FUEL SYSTEMS
Nitro, alcohol and gasoline is allowed (see where alcohol and nitro is allowed). EFI, MFI and carburetors allowed.
Inline 4cylinder combinations allowed:
Carburetors - Gasoline - two stage progressive and two nozzles per cylinder
Carburetors - Gasoline - two stage progressive and up to two nozzles per cylinder
Chest protectors are mandatory for all nitro v-twins (Ballistic chest protection meaning bullet proof). This is a device worn to protect the rider's chest from puncture of flying debris in case of catastrophic engine explosion. Recommended for forced induction, nitrous injected and alcohol v-twins as well.
OIL CATCH CAN