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In order to make things easier for our (SCCA) crew regarding classing and tech-ing the cars, if anyone is thinking of competing in the autocross at Honda Day (not the Super Challenge) please review the following list, complete it, and BRING IT WITH YOU on Honda Day.

Thanks,

Anthony "Mario" Crea
NNJR-SCCA



HONDA DAY AUTOCROSS POINTS AND CLASSING SYSTEM

Class 1 (AS): Acura NSX

Class 2 (BS): Acura Integra Type R, Honda S2000*

Class 3 (CS): Acura RSX-S, TL-S (all), CL-S (all), Integra GSR, 2003+ Accord V6, 1992-1996 Prelude VTEC, 1998+ Prelude SH*, 2006+ Civic Si*

Class 4 (DS): 1997-2002 Accord V6, 1992-1996 Prelude Si, 1998+ Prelude (non-SH)

Class 5 (ES): Acura Integra (non-VTEC), CL V6, TL, CRX Si, RSX, Honda Civic SOHC (VTEC-all), 1999-2005 Civic Si, 1992-1996 Prelude (non-VTEC)

Class 6 (FS): CL (4 cylinder), Honda Civic (non-VTEC), Accord 4 cylinder (all), Prelude 83-91 (all), CRX (DX and HF), Fit (all)
*5 points automatically assessed

Modifications and Points Assessments

Modification points are added to each car in class. If your car equals 11 points you will be bumped up one class. There is no limit – a car with high level of modifications might move up several classes.
NOTE: Jack, spare tire, trunk carpeting, and tools are free.

11 thru 23 points – Up ONE Class
24 thru 36 points – Up TWO Classes
37 thru 49 points – Up THREE Classes
50 thru 75 points – Up FOUR Classes
Over 76 points – Automatically to Class 1

Wheels/Tires:
1. DOT – approved tires with treadwear 80 and below (5)
2. Non-DOT approved tires (8)
3. Wheels and tires extend beyond original bodywork (2)
4. Plus size wheels (Plus one, two, or three) (2)

Weight Reduction:
1. Replacement non-adjustable seat (2)
2. Gutted interior Front (3)
3. Gutted interior Rear (anything behind front seats removed) (2)
4. Lightweight hood (1)
5. Lightweight Fenders (2)
6. Lexan/Plexi glass windows (4)
7. Remove power steering (2)

Engine/Drivetrain:
1. Engine swap (11)
2. Increased displacement (not to be added to Engine Swap) (5)
3. Non-OEM forced induction (11)
4. Air intake system (2)
5. Cat back exhaust (2)
6. Header (3)
7. SFC/VTEC controller/Performance chip for NA engine (4)
8. Performance Chip/Boost controller for Turbo engine (6)
9. Programmable EFI system (Includes boost/fuel-timing map) (8)
10. Replacement pulleys (1)
11. Lightweight Flywheel (1)
12. Other internal engine modifications (4)
13. Ring and pinion change (2)
14. Add/modify limited slip (3)

Suspension/Brakes:
1. Performance non-adjustable shocks (2)
2. Adjustable shocks (4)
3. Performance/Lowering Springs (2)
4. Fully adjustable coil-over suspension (Koni/GC, Tein, JIC, etc) (8)
5. Changed/Added anti-sway bars (2)
6. Camber plates/bolts/adjustable upper and/or lower arms (2)
7. Big Brake Kit (includes calipers/rotors/pads) (3)


TOTAL POINTS: ____________



ORIGINAL CLASS: ____________



BUMPED CLASS: ____________
 

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In order to make things easier for our (SCCA) crew regarding classing and tech-ing the cars, if anyone is thinking of competing in the autocross at Honda Day (not the Super Challenge) please review the following list, complete it, and BRING IT WITH YOU on Honda Day.

Thanks,

Anthony "Mario" Crea
NNJR-SCCA



HONDA DAY AUTOCROSS POINTS AND CLASSING SYSTEM

Class 1 (AS): Acura NSX

Class 2 (BS): Acura Integra Type R, Honda S2000*

Class 3 (CS): Acura RSX-S, TL-S (all), CL-S (all), Integra GSR, 2003+ Accord V6, 1992-1996 Prelude VTEC, 1998+ Prelude SH*, 2006+ Civic Si*

Class 4 (DS): 1997-2002 Accord V6, 1992-1996 Prelude Si, 1998+ Prelude (non-SH)

Class 5 (ES): Acura Integra (non-VTEC), CL V6, TL, CRX Si, RSX, Honda Civic SOHC (VTEC-all), 1999-2005 Civic Si, 1992-1996 Prelude (non-VTEC)

Class 6 (FS): CL (4 cylinder), Honda Civic (non-VTEC), Accord 4 cylinder (all), Prelude 83-91 (all), CRX (DX and HF), Fit (all)
*5 points automatically assessed

Modifications and Points Assessments

Modification points are added to each car in class. If your car equals 11 points you will be bumped up one class. There is no limit – a car with high level of modifications might move up several classes.
NOTE: Jack, spare tire, trunk carpeting, and tools are free.

11 thru 23 points – Up ONE Class
24 thru 36 points – Up TWO Classes
37 thru 49 points – Up THREE Classes
50 thru 75 points – Up FOUR Classes
Over 76 points – Automatically to Class 1

Wheels/Tires:
1. DOT – approved tires with treadwear 80 and below (5)
2. Non-DOT approved tires (8)
3. Wheels and tires extend beyond original bodywork (2)
4. Plus size wheels (Plus one, two, or three) (2)

Weight Reduction:
1. Replacement non-adjustable seat (2)
2. Gutted interior Front (3)
3. Gutted interior Rear (anything behind front seats removed) (2)
4. Lightweight hood (1)
5. Lightweight Fenders (2)
6. Lexan/Plexi glass windows (4)
7. Remove power steering (2)

Engine/Drivetrain:
1. Engine swap (11)
2. Increased displacement (not to be added to Engine Swap) (5)
3. Non-OEM forced induction (11)
4. Air intake system (2)
5. Cat back exhaust (2)
6. Header (3)
7. SFC/VTEC controller/Performance chip for NA engine (4)
8. Performance Chip/Boost controller for Turbo engine (6)
9. Programmable EFI system (Includes boost/fuel-timing map) (8)
10. Replacement pulleys (1)
11. Lightweight Flywheel (1)
12. Other internal engine modifications (4)
13. Ring and pinion change (2)
14. Add/modify limited slip (3)

Suspension/Brakes:
1. Performance non-adjustable shocks (2)
2. Adjustable shocks (4)
3. Performance/Lowering Springs (2)
4. Fully adjustable coil-over suspension (Koni/GC, Tein, JIC, etc) (8)
5. Changed/Added anti-sway bars (2)
6. Camber plates/bolts/adjustable upper and/or lower arms (2)
7. Big Brake Kit (includes calipers/rotors/pads) (3)


TOTAL POINTS: ____________



ORIGINAL CLASS: ____________



BUMPED CLASS: ____________

Thanks for this info. Quick question for you...Besides the modification point system, Is there any other requirements needed for example a helmet?
 
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