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Some important Rules to be aware of: read up 
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IKF rule Entrant fire extinguisher:
It is mandatory that each entry in the event have a minimum of one operable 1.5 LBS dry powder fire extinguisher (rated for use on A,B,and C type fires) accessible in their pit and on the starting grid at the start of each race and in the hot pit ares. Carbon Dioxide type extinguishers are not an acceptable substitute for the dry powder type. (This will be enforced)

SKUSA Rule (strongly suggested) Fire Extinguishers:
Every entrant’s pit area shall have a minimum of one 5-lb type ABC rated fire extinguisher for every 400 square feet of pit area. Fire extinguishers must be visible and accessible at all times. Competitors with trailers over 20-ft long shall have a minimum of one 20-lb type ABC fire extinguisher for the trailer in addition to one 5-lb unit for each 400 square feet of pit area. All competitors within a pit area that are found to be non-compliant at an event will be removed from competition until in compliance.

SKUSA rule (New Lamdba rule) Data Acquisition: Data acquisition devices are allowed in all classes with the following restrictions. Data acquisition systems used during time trials & racing shall be limited to the collection and storage of data only. The only permitted channels are: the engine revs by inductive pickup on the spark plug HT cable, two indications of temperature, the speed of one wheel, an X/Y accelerometer, GPS data, and lap times. Systems that are capable of modifying ignition timing, air or fuel ratio mixtures, traction control, throttle position, etc. are forbidden. SuperPro may have additional restrictions. All sensors for other channels used during practice sessions must be removed prior to qualifying and racing.

Lambda sensors may not be used in any competitive sessions. The fitting, if present, must be plugged with no leakage. Exhaust probes (EGT) must have insert fitting welded in place; no leaks or clamp-style fittings are allowed.

SKUSA rule Spark Plug
Must be stock, unmodified commercially available spark plugs. May be compared to a known stock plug to determine any modification. Must have washer or CHT lead in place.

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