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    All rules that were proposed Passed. Should be a good year of racing!

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    Can you share the changes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Infomaniac View Post
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    The PUF (Pro Unlimited Flat 7.70 Bracket) is now open to all boats, not just flats.

    In pro gas jet a conventional headed motor thats bigger than 500" is legal in V-bottoms, I think up to 540 or 565, not sure.

    Power adder class now also, not sure on the details. Pretty sure it just combines BGJ and UBFJ

    The biggest news is Patridge is a board member!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cs19 View Post
    The PUF (Pro Unlimited Flat 7.70 Bracket) is now open to all boats, not just flats.

    In pro gas jet a conventional headed motor thats bigger than 500" is legal in V-bottoms, I think up to 540 or 565, not sure.

    Power adder class now also, not sure on the details. Pretty sure it just combines BGJ and UBFJ

    The biggest news is Patridge is a board member!!
    Thought it was bigger than 515 CI,any head up to 515 CI is legal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PCE680 View Post
    Thought it was bigger than 515 CI,any head up to 515 CI is legal.
    515 legal for tunnels and 565 legal for v bottoms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Here Comes Whitey View Post
    515 legal for tunnels and 565 legal for v bottoms.
    That is correct!
    (or at least my understanding)

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    So in PGJ 515 CID and under in a tunnel, we can still run a rolled valve angle head?

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    Yes Corey in a tunnel 515" and under any clyinder head can be used.

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    Thanks Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by cs19 View Post
    The PUF (Pro Unlimited Flat 7.70 Bracket) is now open to all boats, not just flats.

    In pro gas jet a conventional headed motor thats bigger than 500" is legal in V-bottoms, I think up to 540 or 565, not sure.

    Power adder class now also, not sure on the details. Pretty sure it just combines BGJ and UBFJ

    The biggest news is Patridge is a board member!!
    If I read the ballot right they will combine the two classes if less then 4 boats are registered if that each field.... am I right?

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