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This is a discussion on Hillclimbing within the Road Racing / AutoX forums, part of the Racing Forums category; Does anyone on here hill climb? I'm looking to get into it this upcoming season through the Northwest Hillclimb Assoc. ...

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    Does anyone on here hill climb? I'm looking to get into it this upcoming season through the Northwest Hillclimb Assoc. It's stated that I need a fire extinguisher bolted into the car. Anyone have a small extinguisher? Where'd you put it? I dont want to have it on my A pillar. And does anyone have a window net?

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    wow is there a class for F bods?

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    There are 5 NHA specific classes: Over Street Prepared, Super Production, Formula Libre, Mod Vee, and Prototype.

    I'd fall in the over street prepared.


    2.4.1 Over Street Prepared is a class for cars that are prepared beyond Street Prepared, but not competitive in Super Production.
    2.4.1.1 Capable of being licensed.
    2.4.1.2 Must run on DOT approved tires.
    2.4.1.3 Forced induction and rotaries doubles displacement equivalency.
    2.4.1.4 Over 2.5 liters are OSPO, less than 2.5 liters are OSPU.
    2.4.1.5 Glass windshield required.
    2.4.1.6 Door panels required, need not be stock
    2.4.1.7 May remove all seats, but driver's seat
    2.4.1.8 All modifications must be safe.

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    wow cool good luck try to get us some videos man

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    I will. The season is still a ways away though. There's 3 nearby races I want to attend. I'm wanting to take this time to prepare anything I need.

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    Wow, I too have never heard of this. Right on man, good luck when the season comes. I really wonder what a F-Bod can do in degrees of steepness.
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    Well it's not going up steep inclines or anything... It's more just that the group get the locals to agree to shut down a 3 or so mile stretch of road occasionally letting traffic through. But often, the start is over 500ft lower in elevation than the finish. So it's canyon carving at whatever you feel is the safest speed that you can do without the worry of cross traffic on the blind corners basically. Plus you get to hang out with all the other drivers for the weekend which is always fun.

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