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TOP ELIMINATOR CLASS (4.99 and quicker)

  1.   Full seat belt and shoulder harness with single release, properly attached.  (4 point) stock type not allowed.

  2. A working fire extinguisher easily accessible to the driver while fully strapped into the vehicle.  Extinguisher will be at least a B-C unit Drive 

  3. Drive Train Requirements 

1.      Vehicles with an automatic transmission must have N.H.R.A. approved shield that covers 180 degrees of top half of the transmission or a blanket that covers the transmission 360 degrees.

2.      Vehicles with a standard transmission must have an N.H.R.A. approved scatter shield or blanket.  Homemade scatter shield allowed if steel plate (1/8”) is fully welded and covers 360 degrees of bell housing.

3.      Drive shaft loops front and rear, at center of drive shaft.  1/8” steel minimum, 360 degrees.

4.      U-joint shields of 360 degrees 1/16” thickness recommended on all exposed drive shaft U-joints.

  1. Roll Cage Requirements  

1.      A roll cage attached to the frame in at least 6 points, with bracing bars connecting the front and the rear roll bars on both sides.

2.      The cage must totally enclose the driver’s body when strapped into the vehicle.  This may be accomplished by running two support braces from both sides of the front hoop to the frame and a brace from both frame rails to protect the driver’s legs in the case of a roll over.

3.      If the roll cage is designed in such a way that the driver’s arm(s) could extend out of the cage during a roll over then the vehicle must be equipped with either window net(s) or arm restraints.

  1. Vehicle must have an ignition kill switch within reach of the driver when he or she is strapped in the harness and must be easily reached when the seat is fully retracted.  Electric fuel pumps, nitrous oxide systems and magnetos must be wired to that system.  The kill switch must be labeled “KILL SWITCH” “ON” – “OFF”.  No ignition switch is allowed as a kill switch.  

  2.  Vehicle must have a battery disconnect switch with the control located at the rear of the vehicle and the On/Off positions must be clearly labeled.