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COMPACT SPEEDCAR BASIC SPECIFICATIONS
Wheelbase 1854.2mm maximum, 1652mm minimum.
Width 1523mm maximum
Track 991mm minimum
Length 3075mm maximum (60 inches)
Wheels 330mm (13in)
Tyres 82x12x13 or 26x12x13 maximum
Weight 477kg maximum, 320kg minimum with no fuel or ballast.
Total car and driver weight 430kg minimum with fuel and all other fluids at normal levels.
Engine Must be located in front of the driver
PRODUCTION CAR ENGINE
2 valve with pushrods 1300cc + 10% overbore
2 valve with SOHC 1300cc + 8% overbore
2 valve with TOHC 1200cc + 6% overbore
Multivalve 1050cc +7% overbore
PRODUCTION MOTORCYCLE ENGINES
2 valve 1050cc + 6% overbore
Multivalve 1000cc + 6% overbore
Rotary, 2 stroke, turbocharged, supercharged allowed refer to specification book for details.
Fuel injection or carburetors and computer management systems allowed.
The most popular engines are Yamaha, Suzuki and Kawasaki motorcycle engines.
The Suzuki Swift G13b is the most popular car engine.
Chassis Chassis specifically built to Compact Speedcar specifications are used but Speedcar and Litre Sprintcar chassis may be
modified to suit.
Most chassis are chrome moly and are made by recognized chassis manufacturers.
NOTE: THIS IS A BASIC OVERVIEW OF THE SPECIFICATIONS PLEASE REFER TO THE ACSA RACING RULES, REGULATIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR MORE DETAILED INFORMATION