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      Annual General Meeting   10/30/2017

      The Winnipeg Sports Car Club invites you to attend the 2017 Annual General Meeting and election of Directors and Officers. 
      Thursday, November 23, 2017     Canad Inns “Boardroom”, 826 Regent Avenue @ Plessis (not the casino).   (more...)
      The Boardroom is down the hall by Tavern United (not the Annex room that is off the Aaltos restaurant). 

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      We have the Boardroom beginning at 6:00pm. Come and join us for dinner. Take food from the Aaltos buffet back to the Boardroom where a server will take drinks orders. The club will pay half the cost of your meal.
       
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      The annual general meeting will start at 7:00pm.    

      Please plan on attending to ensure we have a quorum to conduct the annual club business and elect next years executive.

      Thank you,
      WSCC Executive
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Car Classing Guide + Help Thread

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Updated the original post with new links and info, please feel free to ask in this thread if you have any questions!

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Gents,

I am a bit confused with Classing Guide ((

Could somebody help me PLEASE to define in which class should I register my car?

My first 8 events in this season I`ll go in Novice class, nevertheless I would like to know what should I put in PAX field during my registration.

My car:

2006 Acura RSX Type S

https://dk1xgl0d43mu1.cloudfront.net/user_files/scca/downloads/000/020/866/2017-04-04-appendix-A-automobile-classes.pdf

That document shows me H Street Class (HS)

But I do have some modifications on my car and I need to know how that impacts on my class as well.

SO, here is the list of not stock parts\components:

1. Tires 225/45 R17 (stock 215/45 R17)

2. Cold Air Intake 

3. Rear sway bar

4. Coilovers 

Thanks  in advance.

Max.

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Items 2 and 4 kick you out of street to start with. Is the front sway bar stock?

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Hey chris its jasvir. I need help classing my 00 civic sir it has the following mods,race seat, coilovers, upper adjustable a arms, rear upgraded arms, rear bigger swaybar and reinforcement plate, and rear toe adjusters, and lastly advan neo gen tires on 15x7 wheels. Any help would be appreciated TIA.

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5 minutes ago, beemaz said:

After reading the rules, i came up with STU for my class. Can anyone confirm this please.

1984-2000 Honda Civic is listed in STS. If all your mods are ST* legal that's your class.

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Looking for some clarification/opinions, I drive a 2015 Regal GS and with the modifications it fits into the street touring class now being a Regal I'm looking at the catch alls and I'm not sure if STX OR STU are the right one. I think STX makes the most sense in STU it says sedans and coupes 2.0-3.1L forced induction and STX says up to 2.0L forced induction. The car has a 2.0L 4 cyl turbo, genesis and holds with 2.0L turbo are considered STX I'm pretty sure the Regal is a good amount heavier than both those cars......

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45 minutes ago, rjames said:

Looking for some clarification/opinions, I drive a 2015 Regal GS and with the modifications it fits into the street touring class now being a Regal I'm looking at the catch alls and I'm not sure if STX OR STU are the right one. I think STX makes the most sense in STU it says sedans and coupes 2.0-3.1L forced induction and STX says up to 2.0L forced induction. The car has a 2.0L 4 cyl turbo, genesis and holds with 2.0L turbo are considered STX I'm pretty sure the Regal is a good amount heavier than both those cars......

Looks like you fit into both classes. Maximum tire width is the only difference. 265 in STX and 285 in STU. STX pax is obviously softer.

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Pretty sure STX is correct for your car, other similar cars fit into STX such as the SRT4 and Cobalt SS.

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Hello All, after a four year absence from autocross, I am planning an appearance this Sunday. 

I have a 2017 Honda Civic Type R and I think it is D Stock but I'm not 100% sure. I've done some searching but was unable to find anything conclusive. Is DS correct?

Thanks

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2 hours ago, piston_honda said:

Hello All, after a four year absence from autocross, I am planning an appearance this Sunday. 

I have a 2017 Honda Civic Type R and I think it is D Stock but I'm not 100% sure. I've done some searching but was unable to find anything conclusive. Is DS correct?

Thanks

Yes. I believe that it hasn't been officially classed yet but it's in DS for now.

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You realize you used the word "Honda" and "goodness" in the same sentence?  Just kidding.

It'll be great to have you out in the Type R.  Hopefully you can show our two guys in their fancy-prancy 2017 Focus RS a thing or two.  Or maybe they'll see your entry and just back out!

Now, there's a challenge to those Focus folks.

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11 hours ago, Brian Wiebe said:

You realize you used the word "Honda" and "goodness" in the same sentence?  Just kidding.

It'll be great to have you out in the Type R.  Hopefully you can show our two guys in their fancy-prancy 2017 Focus RS a thing or two.  Or maybe they'll see your entry and just back out!

Now, there's a challenge to those Focus folks.

LOL. I'll do my best to represent. The nut behind the wheel is a little rusty. :P

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56 minutes ago, frs_jeremy said:

You should also be able to use the words "Honda" and "torque" in the same sentence now without triggering mockery from nearby Corvette owners. :D

clearly you have not met our resident Corvette owners. ;)

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