ARCDS Wingless Sprint Car
This class is for cars that consist of the following manufactures: Custom Works Outlaw 4, 57 Designs, AFX, Plan B Racing, F5 Chassis, and sprint car manufactures.
WEIGHT: 53.0 oz
TRANSMISSION: Transmission, mid or rear motor allowed
CHASSIS: Carbon Fiber Chassis Allowed Must me DODC rules. Home (dirtoval.com)
- Adjustable rear arms allowed, Custom Works AFX, Plan B type adjustable rear arms
- Brass rear arm inserts allowed
POWER & BATTERIES
- 4V / 2S (Maximum) LiHv LiPos
- 60V Maximum Voltage
MOTOR & ESC
- Any 13.5T 540 motor (Hobbywing, Team Power Products, Motive, Trinty are all allowed)
- ESC – must be in blinky mode
- No 550 sized motors
- Maximum Overall Length: 18.000″
- Maximum Overall Width: 10.250″
- Maximum Chassis width: 4.250″
- DE Racing Outlaw Sprint Tires
- Front: #DER-OSF1
- Rear: #DER-OSR1
- Inserts: Front- #DER-ISF-CCR
- Rear- #DER-ISR-CCR
- Tire compound such as MRP allowed
BODY, CAGE & BUMPERS
- Car must have tail tank numbers
- Front roll cage visor is allowed
- Sprint cars must have a scale appearing roll cage. The cage must be symmetrical left to right and mounted level to the chassis. Roll cages not appearing realistic or designed to direct air or create a competitive advantage will not be permitted. All cage and body components such as cage, bumpers, nerf bars, hoods, side panels, tanks, etc. must be mounted on the centerline of the cage. Chassis may not extend outside of the side panels by more than 1/4″ on either side. No lexan or any other material may be mounted to nerf-bars, bumpers, cage, wing or any other part of the car that will trap, alter, or direct air flow for the purpose of gaining an aerodynamic advantage. Must have appropriate openings on both sides of cage in driver compartment, forward portion of side panels can be no taller than highest point of hood. Additional material may be used/added to either side of the side panel openings to replicate a scale appearing driver, but a decal or image of driver must appear on this additional material.
- A flat, curved, or tubular front bumper (or combination of) must be utilized and may not be used to direct air or create downforce. Scale appearing side nerf bars must be used on both sides of the car (nitro rules will differ). A scale appearing rear bumper must be utilized at all times. No steel or aluminum bumpers allowed.
- A traditional scale appearing rounded style three-dimensional rear fuel cell must be used.
- A molded or fabricated nose piece may be used and is defined from the front axle forward to the front bumper. Front bumper may not extend more than 3” from front axles. Nose piece (any Lexan) must be at least 1/4″ back from the leading edge of the front bumper. Maximum width of nose piece/bumper is 3.75″
- A scale appearing hood must be used and is defined as beginning at the front axle and ending at the front of the driver cockpit. The hood must be symmetrical from left to right. The hood must be tall enough and wide enough to allow room for a scale engine intake and air cleaners (no unrealistically low or flat hoods). Nose piece may extend above the cage down tubes or an imaginary line connecting the down tubes if the cage is a split design. ***Note that the hood and nose piece can be one piece or multiple pieces for the purpose of easy access to electronics and suspension but are defined as above for purposes of aero rules.