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      12-20-2012, 04:01 AM   #3
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Interesting, that would put me with a more comparative group. How do you know for sure?

The reason we (even the SCCA guys) thought it was a DSP was as follows:
DSP
Equipment Allowances:
All of the rules and allowances of stock and street touring classes apply, with the following additions:
• Engine / Drivetrain
◦ Boost levels may be modified (stock turbo)
◦ A/C Delete
◦ Cat Delete
◦ Differentials may be modified
• Wheels / Tires:
◦ Any wheel or DOT-legal tire
◦ Fenders may be cut or bent for tire clearance
• Brakes
◦ Any brake caliper may be used
Suspension
◦ Any shock, spring or sway bar may be used
◦ Any suspension bushing may be replaced

◦ Strut bars may be added or modified, but may only connect in two points
◦ Camber plates and camber bolts are allowed
• Other:
◦ Update/backdate parts from different years
◦ Subframe bushings are allowed
◦ All seats may be replaced with any seat
◦ Aftermarket splitters and "spoilers" (no non-factory "wings")



edit: Found a few posts also saying BSP:
Quote:
Originally Posted by rsjames View Post
The stock class for the the 335i is F, and the Street Prepared class is B. Because the piggyback probably affects boost levels, STU (Street Touring Unlimited) is not an option. Further, until the rule changes, the 335i isn't legal in STU because there is a single turbo limitation (expect that rule to change for 2009).

Richard

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