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Old 07-16-2007, 09:37 AM   #1
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Anyone have an NHRA rule book?

Is there anything regarding blow down tubes specificly if you have a bottle and a fuel cell in the trunk, both out of the passensger comaprtment?

Ive never heard of that, I've always used this which dosen't mention anything about fuel location....?
Reason I ask is because of GTO's which have their tank in the trunk.
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never herd of it befor, im guessing you would be ok. most people dont even know the tank is in the trunk.
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never herd of it befor, im guessing you would be ok. most people dont even know the tank is in the trunk.
I'm not worried about my car, infact I can think of about 20 cars at NED that have a cell and botte both in the trunk with no BDT.

But someone called me out on that on a differnent board, and thought maybe there is a new NHRA rule I wasn't familiar with. ???
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