Descriptions and rules

Class Descriptions:
Class-1 "Street"
• Description - A street legal off-road vehicle that you would drive to work or the trail head and outfit like an expedition vehicle such.
Example: SCX24 Ford Bronco, SCX24 Jeep Gladiator
Class-2 "Trail"
• Description - A stock vehicle that has been modified to become a capable trail rated rig and is not necessarily street legal.
Example: SCX24 Deadbolt
Class-3 "Modified"
• Description - An off-road vehicle that you would build from the ground up and might see in a TTC/KOH type competition.
General Vehicle Details
• You are encouraged to go above and beyond to make your truck as scale as possible.
• Vehicles must resemble close to a real 1:1 rig. It will be up to the collective group to vote on whether a questionable rig is accepted or not.
Tire modification:
For Class-1 and Class-2 tires should be scale appearing, if it is questionable have it reviewed before the event.
• Class-1 Street. No external tire modification is allowed.
• Class-2 Trail. Tire lugs may be removed, siped, grooved and/or trimmed.
• Class-3 Modified. All tires permitted.
• Tub chassis' are allowed, but chassis must be covered by the body and follow all other scale rules per class guidelines.
• 4-wheel steering or dig is allowed in C3 class only. (You must choose 1 per course)
• No "Motor On Axle" (MOA) of any kind. All motors, transmissions, and other electronics (other than steering servos) must be chassis or frame mounted. Your axles must be driven by one transmission or transfer case and a minimum of two driveshafts.
• Field Repair: Field repairs are permitted if you're able to make quick fixes while barely moving your car. It may not be picked up from the track. 1-2 minutes is allowed.
• Bench Repair: Your last position and time is saved, and you will remove your car from the track to make repairs and the next person is called up. When returning to your run, your car will start in the place that you picked up from.
• Spare tires must be within 1/2" diameter of your drive tires to receive points.
• Any functional recovery tools you wish to use during your run, you must carry it on your rig at all times. IE tow strap, pull pal, and sand ladders.
• Winches are allowed in all classes. Winching will not result in additional points, but can only be performed with course and natural objects.
• If your vehicle flops over, you may try to recover it in forward/reverse motion without being awarded more points. You will be allowed 1 minute to make it happen.
• If any parts or accessories fall off your car during your run, you must pick them up and carry them on your car. No littering on track.

Class-1 "Street" Details: MAX 50 PTS
• Vehicle must have a windshield that fills the entire windshield frame.
• Full width bumpers are required on the front and rear of the vehicle. Bumpers that are molded into the body qualify. A rear bumper is not required on a flatbed, but adding one to the flatbed will gain the additional scale points. (Bumpers are measured from the outsides and must be the width of your windshield.)
• Wheels must be aligned within the body wheel wells (Center of wheels to center of wheel wells +/- 1/2 inch total combined.)
• The vehicles body must be mostly intact. Only mild trimming such as flairs & removing a hardtop are allowed.
• The vehicle must run a partial interior. If the top is removed, a full interior is required.
• The tread of the tires cannot extend outside of the wheel wells more then 1/2 of the tread width.
• Vehicle must run a full length rail chassis. (The rail chassis must be as long as the vehicles wheelbase)
• Truggies are not allowed, flatbeds with full length rail chassis are allowed. The bed must be as wide as the cab the entire length of the bed. Cab only not allowed.
• Tires can never extend beyond the body’s bumpers or the rear of any truck bed. (Any stingers, fairleads, shackles, bolts, etc are not considered part of a bumper when determining this.)
• Dovetailing is not allowed.
• Sectioning or narrowing of the body is not allowed.
• Bobbing a truck bed is allowed, but must follow all body specs.
• Boat sides are not allowed.
• Gates will be a minimum of 6" wide.

Class-2 "Trail" Details: MAX 40 PTS
• You must run a full rail chassis, and the chassis (including bumpers) must be longer than the wheelbase. (This includes a chassis with a truggy rear frame)
• Truggies are allowed, but you must replace the ladder frame behind the cab with tube, and the truggy rails must extend past the rear axle pumpkin to be legal. The bed must have a roll bar hoop and integrated shock mounts. It also must be a structural part of the rear of the vehicle. (If your bed does not meet ALL of the preceding criteria, it does not count as a truggy bed)
• Flatbeds that run the full length of the rail chassis are allowed. The bed must be as wide as the cab the entire length of the bed.
• 2 of the 3 following modifications are allowed: - Dovetailing the rear (1/2 the width of the widest part of the cab) *a truggy/tube bed that is narrower than the cab counts as a dovetail*. - Boat sides. - Pinching the front. (2/3 the width of the widest part of the cab)
• Gates will be a minimum of 6" wide.

Class-3 "Modified" Details: MAX 30 PTS
• A bumper is not required, but to be counted for points it must be mounted to the vehicle's chassis and wider than the chassis rails. (Chassis cross rails do not count as bumpers)
• Body modifications including, but not limited to, pinched front, dove-tailing and boat-siding are permitted as long as the final dimensions comply with the minimum size rule.
• Gates will be a minimum of 7" wide.

Comp Restrictions
• No vehicle can be used in more than one class.
• A person can not enter more than one pointable vehicle per class.
• The vehicle must pass through Tech-In before the start of the Class Run.