Colorado RallyCross

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Looking into RallyX CO 1 year, 7 months ago #1622

  • Kadams
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Hey everyone

I recently have started to look into different ways to get into some smaller racing for fun. Just had a few questions and figured i would just throw them on here.

A little about myself.. I work as a EMT and Reserve firefighter/EMT. recently picked up an abused datsun 280z and have slowly been dinkin around with the car and trying to bring it back to decent condition. Probably will miss this season unless i get a little more free time and lots more spare money.

Couple questions about my car and RallyCross.
-Would my car be ok to race? Possibly competitive?
-What modification would i be able to make and still stay in "stock" or "prepared"?
-im sure ill think of a lot of other Qs after i post this so ill ask them in a bit

Re: Looking into RallyX CO 1 year, 6 months ago #1623

I don't recall seeing any 240/260/280 Z-cars but we occasionally see a 300Z at our events. Always nice to see an old school car come out to play. For Stock, you can replace parts with OEM products--no performance upgrades. In Prepared, you can upgrade suspension and make some basic engine improvements. Check out the SCCA RallyCross rules here:

Make sure your suspension and steering is in good shape, no play in the wheel bearings, and your battery is tied down and the hot terminal is covered and you should be good to go.
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