7.8.3 Anti-lock brake systems are prohibited except for an unmodified OEM system, which includes ABS valve body and electronics as delivered from the factory. Updating and backdating of factory ABS systems into newer and older cars is allowed. Calipers are unrestricted.TennGT said:I'm gonna go ahead and throw a flag on this one :bs: . CMC might not allow ABS but 1/2 the field in AI is running it. http://www.nasaforums.com/viewtopic.php?t=4407&highlight=abs+removal
I went back through my rule book and don't see anything banning its use.
What is the weight of the pump? It'd have to take 10 or 15lbs off the left front before I'd even consider it.
8.35.1. Brake pads, linings, and fluid are unrestricted.
8.35.2. Rubber brake lines/hoses may be replaced with suitable metal braided lines. Brake lines/hoses may be relocated and may be given additional protection. All brake lines/hoses must be securely fastened and safely routed. Brake fittings, adapters, and connectors are unrestricted.
8.35.3. The brake master cylinder and brake booster must be OEM stock and unmodified.
8.35.4. A brake-proportioning valve may be used provided that it is an inline, pressure-limiting type.
8.35.5. Backing plates may be removed or modified. Air ducts may be fitted to the brakes, provided that they extend in a forward direction only and that no changes are made in the body/structure for their use. Liquid brake cooling is prohibited.
8.35.6. Parking brakes, mechanisms, and actuating components may be removed.
8.35.7. Rear caliper mounting brackets may be substituted.
8.35.8. Antilock braking systems (ABS) are prohibited. OEM stock ABS systems must be removed or disabled
8.35.9 Braking systems shall conform to the following specifications:
1. The one piece front or rear hub with rotor may be replaced with a separate hub and rotor or separate hub, rotor hat and rotor.
2. Rotors shall be of a ferrous material only and may be vented. No cross drilling or slotting is allowed.
3. The maximum front and rear rotor size shall not exceed the following dimensions:
a. GM vehicles: 12.0” diameter and 1.25” thickness
b. Ford vehicles: 12” diameter and 1.125 thickness
4. Front calipers may be updated/backdated from any car of the same manufacturer listed in Section 4. Eligible Manufacturers/Models, and shall utilize either 2 non opposed pistons no larger than 38mm in diameter or a single piston no larger than 76mm in diameter with the following exceptions listed below:
a. GM vehicles may use stock 98+ Camaro/Firebird 44mm dual piston calipers
b. Ford vehicles may use stock 99+ non Cobra 44.5mm dual piston calipers
5. The rear calipers may be updated/backdated from any car of the same manufacturer listed in Section 4. Eligible Manufacturers/Models, and shall use a piston no larger than 40mm in diameter with the exceptions listed below for Ford cars:
a. unmodified 1984-1986 Mustang SVO 5 lug, 11" rotor, 54mm piston caliper rear disc.
b. unmodified 1984-1987 Lincoln Mark 7 5 lug, 11" rotor,
54mm piston caliper rear disc.
c. unmodified 1994-current Mustang 5 lug, 10" rotor, 40mm
piston caliper rear disc.
d. unmodified 1994-1998 Mustang Cobra 5 lug, 11" rotor, 40mm piston caliper rear disc.
Now that that's cleared up, way the hell does it matter why I wanna take it out?TennGT Even if it was legal in CMC I would still take it out because I have more trust in my right foot than the stock stuff that kick's in at all the wrong times on R compounds. So take that bs flag and sit on it.
All Cobras are excluded. However, you can run Cobra brakes, but you have to have the rotors cut down to 12" to be legal. The F-bodies have a higher minumum weight. The Mustangs are winning more races across the country.Chris_Red_V6 said:Looks pretty lame. You can't run cobra brakes, so that just excludes all cobras? Nice advantage to the 'maro's for power output then assuming the other rules are as strict.