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Thread: COR 2.0 CL or COR 2.0 Division II: Suggested Rules

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    Default COR 2.0 CL or COR 2.0 Division II: Suggested Rules

    All COR current rules, except the following:

    1. Stock blocks, vertical reeds can have oval exhaust ports. Horizontal reeds MUST have notched exhaust ports.
    2. 26 CC heads, no "O" Ring Heads
    3. Stock flywheel or Mercury Racing flywheel in stock condition...
    4. .030 is maximum over bore.
    5. Carb sizes are to be the same as COR 2.0.
    6. COR 2.0 CL will race with COR 2.0 but be scored separate.
    7. Overall boat length will include bolt on set backs.

    FYI: I have request ADAM ALLEN and the OPC Commission to consider COR 2.0 CL as a Local Class for 2013 in Region 11-12.
    Last edited by Ron Hill; 12-06-2012 at 11:34 PM.

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    And whom will Pay the OPC insurance rate Of another $720.00?

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    Default Just Another Reason To Leave APBA!

    APBA and logic escapes me!

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    What does the "CL" meen? How about shrinking the cockpit size?

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    Default CL Means Craig's List

    The CL meant Craig's List, as we find cheap motors there all the time. Why buy a $500 motor and spend $5,000 to try and race it..Why not race $500 motors and be done with it???

    How much narrower cockpits?!

    My BR 80 Outboard class has a 80 MPH speed limit and no cockpit rules! Must carry a GPS!

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    aT THIS TIME THERE IS NO SUCH CLASS A COR CL or BR 80 Outboard......these concepts have been sent to APBA, Adam Allen answered me, Dutch Squires did not and he's Special Events of APBA.

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    cockpit size.....2x4? safer,lets more boats to compete, etc. There is no performance advantage to this! What do you think?

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    Default I See No Problem With it!

    I just don't make the rules!

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    Somebody has it wrong. We certainly don't need more classes, we need more racers. Come to the L.A. boat show and find out what it is all about. The CLASSIC OUTBOARD RUN A BOUTS (COR) will be there! You can sit in them, watch videos of the COR'S in ACTION! DREAM, then "Chase that dream"! Talk to the owners, drivers, find out how easy it is to become a member of the fastest growing class in boat racing today. Take the family for a ride when not racing. Our COR boats are completely legal for California waters, with speeds in the 80's you just can't go faster any safer or cheaper. If you ever dreamed of being a race boat owner or driver, the time is now! Call for information on the "COR family" See you at the Boat Show. Have a picture taken with your son/daughter in the "boat of your dreams". Rod Zapf COR Chairman

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    We are currently running COR in Minnesota. Like to change it so we can run smaller cockpit boats and maybe laser type fuel injection. No performanbe advantage on either suggestion! just more boats and better running boats. WHAT YOU THINK?

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    If you go back to the original objectives of the COR class of racing you will find that COR was founded on the principle of "family" boat racing. Years ago, we raced OPC which stood for Outboard Pleasure Craft and it was a category of racing aimed at family type boats that required seating for 4 to 5 persons. Our Stock Outboard run-a-bouts, called utility boats required a front seat. OPC became Outboard Performance Boats, the aim was in the direction of "race" boats. The Stock Outboards enclosed the cockpits of their race boats. There was a small gain in boats for a few years then the bottom dropped out and it has been going backwards ever since. COR has momentum, we are gaining boats every year and we are keeping our objective in sight. Gotta go now but will come back later today. Rod COR Chairman

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