Production Rules Explained
by Racer 450 Staff
With the introduction of production based rules throughout the many ranks of the ATVA in 2004 many questions have rose up from those not actively competing in the nationals or those looking to be involved next year. What can I race, what can I modify or am I already legal? Luckily, Racer 450 is here to answer the most commonly asked questions.
If you donít know the rule, here it is straight from the 04í ATVA supplemental rule book:
Production Class cannot exceed maximum displacement. Stock frame and ATV engine cases from original manufacture of that make and model must be used. OEM frames may have material added for strength. These changes shall not affect frame or suspension geometry.
Click here to download a PDF version of the ATVA General Rules or click here for the MX Supplemental rules.
Hereís a list of the class effected by the production rules for 2004: Pro, Pro Am Production, Production A, Production B, Production C, Youth Production 13-15 yrs, 71cc-91cc Production 8-15 yrs.
|Doug Gust pictured with his Pro Production Suzuki LTZ400.|
Well, now that youíre introduced lets get on with it.