Well lets see I don't know of anyone that switched down to 6100 from class1 there might be a couple out there but not off the top of my head. People coming up from lower class's seem to think 6100 are cheap to race and you don't have to prep them so the class has gotten big thats for sure. After all that's your advise right Pete. Problem is after a couple years people are board with the stock engine and realize to win you need to prep and spend $.in the last 3 years: class one went from 50 cars to 20 and 6100 went from 1 truck to 44......hhhhhmmmmm
Ignorant question...sorry, but has a 6200 actually raced yet since they started the class? If so, what were the results?
There are 5 of us signed up for Parker so far. 4 out of 5 are actually 2400's as we combined classes. but so far only 1 actual class 1 car Donalad says he knows of 2 others, so I am SURE more will come
So is 2400 now 6200 and there is no longer 2400.. Or was it combined for some other reason?
Correct. BITD and Ford wants class's with higher numbers, so originally we were going to join the class 10's with a 2.0 and stock CPU, but a couple of the racers shut that down. Then at the end of last year Ford discontinued the 2.0 ecoboost which bumped us up to the 2.3. So with the extra power I told Donald if you let us Tune we will go 6200. So we will see how it goes this weekend hoping the weight to power ratio will keep us competitive, we haven't had nearly enough time to figure out the 2.3 yet ( just dropped it in the car and wired it this weekend) so really by The Mint 400 will be the true test.
Disagree, majorly. They are more comfortable sure, but I like to actually feel the race course. anyway I was EATING them up at Parker with 100 less HP a foot less travel not to mention my car is 15+ years old and most 6100's are relatively new.Yes Jerry, trucks are bad ass! But the buggies are a good time..............