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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2012 12:32 pm 
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Hey Guys I just recently was skimming through the Enduro rules and noticed that Spec Z is not categorized in the rules. I don't want to be classified as a SU car (ES) car for enduro events. Seeing as the car has a HP/WT ratio of 12:1, no aero, no brake modifications, and limited suspension (Spec Z suspension kit) I feel that the classification would fall in the E1 to E0 range, but I wanted to know if this issue has been looked at and when it would be addressed.

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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2012 12:38 pm 
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until it is added to the Enduro ruleset you could use whatever applicable PT class that would cover the car. Or a class from another recognized club could work too.

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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2012 12:54 pm 
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kbrew8991 wrote:
until it is added to the Enduro ruleset you could use whatever applicable PT class that would cover the car. Or a class from another recognized club could work too.


Yea I guess I could just classify as a SCCA T2 car which would be a E0 car which was where I thought the car would be anyways.

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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2012 2:51 pm 
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EO would be my guess as well...

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E0 will be it's starting point fellas, but we are working on it as we speak!

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PostPosted: Mon May 11, 2015 9:00 pm 
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Is spec z in E0 after all?
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E0 will be it's starting point fellas, but we are working on it as we speak!


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Yes it should be, a Spec Z car fully prepped will not stay in PTB, which is E1, it would go to ST3, which is E0. You could still have a PTB 350Z as long as you don't do NISMO aero but the rest can be the full Spec Z build, for a DE anyway.

We will be running our ex-Spec Z car, now an ST3 car in E0 at next months Buttonwillow enduro.

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PostPosted: Tue May 12, 2015 12:21 pm 
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So spec z minus nismo aero = E1.
Can someone else confirm?
Brian, thanks for the info.
That would be good. Not sure a spec z is competitive in E0

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Yes it should be, a Spec Z car fully prepped will not stay in PTB, which is E1, it would go to ST3, which is E0. You could still have a PTB 350Z as long as you don't do NISMO aero but the rest can be the full Spec Z build, for a DE anyway.

We will be running our ex-Spec Z car, now an ST3 car in E0 at next months Buttonwillow enduro.


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esr wrote:
So spec z minus nismo aero = E1.
Can someone else confirm?
Brian, thanks for the info.
That would be good. Not sure a spec z is competitive in E0

If you go through the paperwork and fill out a PT classing form and it ends up in PTB; bingo, E1 car.

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