Class entrants shall comply with all class and applicable general regulations.
This is an open class and all components will be considered open unless it states otherwise with these class rules.
Max tire size
Knock-off hubs are permitted.
ENGINE LOCATION & DISPLACEMENT
Engine is limited to a six-cylinder open, and only those engines listed here are permitted. See
All engines must be purchased through Turnkey Engine Supply.
NOTE: Starting January 2020 we will only accept the Cup style tag from Turnkey. NO Cable tags
will be allowed.
Turbochargers on factory Ford Ecoboost engines only, are allowed.
1. Ford 5.0L (460HP) V8 engine kit part number M-6007-M50C with wire loom and control pack part number M-6017-M50B
2. General Motors LS3 (430HP) V8 engine kit part number 19370416 with wire loom and control pack part number 19258270.
3. Ford 3.5 twin turbo ecoboost engine
4. Billet Fuel rails allowed.
5. Water pumps are open, must be mechanical factory concept, no electric pumps allowed.
6. Dry sump systems are allowed
SPECIAL NOTE: Spec Engine control module programming open.
Maximum of three (3) seats may be used but must meet with BITD APPROVAL.
Vehicle must have fenders. No open wheeled vehicles permitted.
CHASSIS & BODY
Body must resemble a truck or SUV and must have emblem of manufacture of type of truck (ie. Ford Oval, Chevy bowtie, Honda H…) Overall width is limited to 87 inches as measured from outside of tire to outside of tire at the center line of the spindle and rear axle. BITD has a measuring device that measures overall width at the horizontal center line off the front spindle and rear axle from outside of tire to outside of opposite tire at ride height. Suspension and steering wear or damage is the responsibility of the truck owner and is considered in the overall width.
***Class 7200 Overall Width, Effective January 1, 2019, Maximum Dimension 87”
SPECIAL NOTE: 25 PSI minimum in each tire
Special Note: Measuring Device: any suspension components or frame impeding the measuring device to go to center line of spindle, the measurement will be taken where the measuring device stops. Suspension and steering wear or damage is the responsibility of the truck owner and is considered in the overall width.