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    Default 2012 T Classes rules sent for CBF approval

    GT30, T750 and T850 are restricted classes. V bottom boats and production model motors.

    19-B-1 (205.11) – Clothing Protection
    It is Mandatory that cut resistant clothing “with equivalent properties to Kevlar 29 fabric be warn by all participants in all T class boats. For 2012 Sleeves must be worn. For 2013 both Sleeves and pants must be worn.

    19-B-2 (503.01)
    Every boat must be fitted at the bow with a towing eye, Every boat must have adequate bouncy to ensure that it floats in case of an accident. T

    Fuel

    19-B-3 (508.06) – Additives
    Only lubricating oil for two stroke engines may be added to fuel. The use of any other additives is prohibited to either the fuel (carburant) or the air intake (carburant)


    19-B-4 (508.08) – Random Testing Of Competitors’ Fuel
    1. Fuel samples taken at random from competitors during the event will be tested at the race venue, and may also be chemically analyzed afterwards in the laboratory. The organizer must seal the sample of the fuel in a fuel approved can.
    2. The entire installed fuel system may be dismantled, removed from the boat and inspected.
    3. Gasoline supplied by an organizer will be tested at the start of an event to establish its test device value.
    4. In the event that the organizer does not supply fuel and the competitors bring their own, each competitor’s fuel will be checked. This will be part of the pre race fuel test.
    5. At an event where the competitor’s fuel is used, it will be the competitor’s responsibility to ensure that at least one liter of neat gasoline is always available for sealing as a sample.
    6. The presence of illegal fuel at any time will result in the driver being immediately disqualified up to that point.

    19-B-5 (508.11) – Refueling
    Refueling is allowed only at places announced by the event organizer.

    19-B-6 (509) – Reinforced Cockpits are not allowed in T class.
    Alternative to reinforced cockpit:
    Reinforced cockpit sidewalls equal in height to the top of the driver’s ear and extending forward of the driver’s ear 10”

    19-B-25 (550)– Monohull Outboards(T)..GT30,T750 and T850 Rules

    General: The purpose is to limit this class to fiber composite construction molded V bottom monohulls, each fitted with one single production “stock” motor, available on standard sale.


    19-B-26 (551) – Classes

    GT30 30 horsepower motors only-Ages 14+
    T750 cylinder capacity of the motor from 551 cc to 750 cc incl. - Ages 16+
    T850 cylinder capacity of the motor from 751 cc to 920 cc incl. – Ages 16+
    All motors are subject to rule 19-B-37 (553.10) and are restricted to production stock…30 hp motors in GT30, 50 to 60 hp motors in T750, 70 to 75 hp motors in T850

    19-B-27 (551.01) – Low Emission Engines and 4 stroke models encouraged. Depending on performance, motors race in either T750 or T850.Their 60 hp model displacement can exceed 920 c.c.

    Engines :
    Low emission engines complying with 2006 EPA Regulations will be allowed in GT30, T750 and T850. Power trim is allowed in T750 and T850.
    The following modifications are expressly not permitted:
    - No new openings are allowed for fitting steering bars etc.
    - Alteration or modification of any powerhead components
    - Removal of material from the powerhead for any reason other than recognized (by the manufacturer) repair
    - ECU/PCMs equipped with race data memory, must not have the memory
    erased or modified without the prior permission of the technical inspector.
    - Any information sourced by the technical inspector from the ECU/PCM’s race data memory which does not correspond with the technical data declared by the manufacturer in the homologation file will be viewed as reason for disqualification.

    Modification Allowed
    It is allowed to disable/remove the neutral switch and in gear starting protection wire.
    The trim tab may be altered or removed to accommodate a propeller.
    The rubber mounts of the engine may be replaced.
    Power trim may be removed. The use of thrust block to adjust the trim angle is allowed.
    Spark plug may be replaced with a non-modified standard spark plug with the same thread length.
    Propeller nut is free.

    19-B-28 (552.0)1 – Hull
    Only fiber composite constructed molded V bottom monohulls are permitted. The running surface maybe straightened and a turn fin optional.

    19-B-29 (552.05)
    Any device to produce a sudden braking effect, causing excessive water spray, reducing visibility, is prohibited.

    19-B-30 (552.12) – Minimum/Maximum Dimensions
    Class Weight Length Width Boat depth
    GT30 boat= driver 250 kg [550 lbs] 3.50 m [11’5”]
    T 750 boat= driver 270 kg (594 lbs) 4.00 m (13’ 1”) 1.40 m (4’ 7”) 0.40 m (1’ 3”)
    T850 boat=driver 330 kg (726lbs) 4.00 m (13’ 1”) 1.40 m (4’ 7”) 0.40 m (1’ 3”)
    The maximum length for T750 is 4.25 m (13’ 11”)
    The maximum length for T850 is 4.60 m (15’ 1”)

    The maximum allowed ballast weight is 10 % of the specified minimum weight for each individual class. The ballast must be on the inside of the hull.
    1. The minimum weight mentioned here above is the weight of a complete rig weighed directly after the race including driver, personal safety equipment, and residual fuel but without residual water.
    2. Measurements are taken while the boat is ashore
    The length must be measured as the overall length of the hull between perpendiculars at the foremost and aft most
    rigid part of the hull. An extending parts, rubbing
    starches; fenders, stabilizing and trim tabs and rudder are not to be included. The width of the boat is measured at the widest part of the hull.



    19-B-31 (553.01) – Machinery
    An outboard motor is a mechanical propulsion assembly, which can be removed from the boat in a single unit, complete with its transmission and which does not transmit
    its power through the hull at any point. The motor thus removed and placed ashore must be capable of being started,
    fed by its 25 liter fuel tank.
    The mounting supports fixed to the boat, the control levers and the tachometer with its connections, the battery with its conductors and the fuel tank and fuel lines do not form part of the motor.
    The use of power trim is recommended for all T750 and T850 boats.
    For all T classes, the centre of the propeller shaft (measured at the centre point of the rear end of the propeller shaft) shall not be above the bottom of the boat measured at the lowest point of the bottom. No design of the hull, by fins, keels or convex shaped bottom to obtain a higher engine position is allowed. For boats with power trim this height will be measured with the propeller shaft set parallel with the bottom of the boat.


    19-B-32 (553.02)
    To be homologated as stock motor, an outboard motor must be sold and advertised by an industrial firm as being manufactured in standard production series (that is to say with all parts interchangeable and with identical dimensions, weights and materials) for the propulsion of boats. To be eligible for homologation, a minimum of 1000 units must have been built and assembled, certified by the manufacturer to the National Authority of the country of origin.

    19-B-33 (553.03)
    The motor must be able to function at reduced speed.

    19-B-34 (553.04)
    When the motor is in the water, the cooling must be effected by a water circulation pump. The cooling water must circulate through the water pump and be fed only through the standard water intake,the position may not be changed. The shape and size may be modified

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    Default part two of rules

    19-B-35 (553.05)
    An efficient gear changing system giving forward, neutral and astern movement is compulsory. The control handle for the reverse gear, ready for use, must be within easy hand reach of the driver, when he is in the normal driving position. Maneuvering of the boat astern must be possible by selecting reverse gear.

    19-B-36 (553.06)
    An electric starter must assure a quick and easy start without external aids. It must be used as it was supplied by the manufacturer, 12 or 24 volt allowed.

    19-B-37 (553.10) – Sole Modifications Allowed
    Only the following modifications are allowed. A motor spec sheet must be provided for the class inspector. See 23 for GT30
    1. All studs, screws, nuts, bolts and their washers are free as well as the method of locking them.
    2. The original propeller may be replaced by another.
    3. The trim tab may be altered or removed and a nose cone added.
    4. The cooling system must be provided by the water pump.
    5. Thermostats and pressure valves of the cooling system may be removed.
    6. Cable and pulley steering systems recommended, mechanical or hydraulic systems allowed
    7. The dampers (shock absorbers) may be altered or removed.
    8. The rubber mounts of the motor may be altered, removed or replaced.
    9. Revolution counters, water temperature gauges, water pressure gauges and similar instruments can be installed.
    10. Revolution limiters may be removed.
    11. The gear interlock device on the starter may be removed
    12. Spark plugs are free
    13. Original carburetor jets may be replaced for another size.
    14. Springs may be added to the throttle lever of the carburetors.
    15. Re-boring is allowed to a maximum of 40 thousands oversize.
    16. Only OEM or direct replacement parts approved. Plastic reeds approved.
    17. No internal motor part can be machined or altered in any way. Cylinder head and block can be machined. Maximum compression is 160 psi. Modular cranks maybe pinned
    18. Measurements not quoted in the homologation sheet shall only be checked by visual comparison with standard parts. As the actual manufacturing tolerances are not published,
    small differences between the inspected part and the reference part must be accepted.
    19. The fuel connectors may be removed and the fuel hose from the fuel tank connected directly to the fuel pump.
    20. Electric fuel pump allowed.
    21. No parts may be added to the motor unless specified in these rules.
    22. FAIR COMPETITION RULE A motor’s legibility and class placement is subject to class members approval. A boat will race in the class where it is most competitive.
    23. MODIFICATIONS ALLOWED FOR GT30 CLASS
    [OTHER THAN THESE MODIFICATIONS THE MOTOR IS UNALTERED]
    1. It is allowed to disable/remove the neutral switch and in gear starting protection wire.
    2. The trim tab may be altered or removed to accommodate a propeller.
    3. The rubber mounts of the engine may be replaced.
    4. Power trim may be removed or disabled. The use of thrust block to adjust the trim angle is allowed.
    5. Spark plug may be replaced with a non-modified standard spark plug
    with the same thread length.
    6. Propeller nut is free.

    MODIFICATIONS NOT PERMITTED ON LOW EMISSION GT30 ENGINES
    1. Blueprinting of the powerhead is not permitted.
    2. Alteration or removal of any powerhead components is not permitted.
    3. Electrical components and control system performance must remain
    standard

    THE USE OF “GREEN BIODEGRADABLE” OILS AND LUBRICANTS IN GT30, T750 and T850 IS RECOMMENDED AND ENCOURAGED

    Can't be 100% sure. But these will be close!

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    Any new pics of the boat. Rigging etc.Spoke to larry my boat will be done in to weeks.

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    Default Larry's been busy!

    Thats great to hear! I am picking up another one from Larry for a friend in a week or so...My boat will have the motor on it March 18th... I will post pics as soon as its back from the shop... I can't wait!!

    Make a new thread to tell us about yours when you get it running!
    Dave.

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    ... I suppose I will see your boat in the works too!! I will get some pics for ya!!
    Dave.

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    That would be great. He is waiting on some trim pcs. for mine.
    Thanks
    Don

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    Spoke to Larry. Said you are picking up a boat next week. He said mine is done. Get pics.please. I cannot pick up for a few weeks.!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ultrafast30 View Post
    Spoke to Larry. Said you are picking up a boat next week. He said mine is done. Get pics.please. I cannot pick up for a few weeks.!!
    Don,
    No prob. I'll get some pics for you!
    Dave.

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    We had a nice visit with Larry Yesterday. He has two boats ready. I'm taking one back to Canada with me. Here are some pics of your boat Don!
    The first pic is Larry...



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    Thanks for pic. I need to call Larry tomorrow. I have been deep into my gearcase. New driveshaft and reseal then repaint. Spent the day at a car show with my other love My 68'Shelby GT500.

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