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- 11 maj, 2006 kl. 17:45 #14205
I am interested in the swedish regulations for group H. Is it somewhere available on the internet (PDF-File or something…)?
I would like to compare the swedish regulations with those in tyskland. Perhaps I can build my 99-rallye-project to fit into both regulations.
Could be nice to come to sweden sometime…
Erik11 maj, 2006 kl. 18:46 #94789
You find all Swedish rallyregulations at http://web.sbf.se/regler/visaregler.php?id=2
/B12 maj, 2006 kl. 07:33 #94790
Perfect, Tack!12 maj, 2006 kl. 13:10 #94791
Erik.. You have 2 regulations, Group H, and ”Group H 66-74”, Group H 66-74 are like International Appendix K but with higher security regulations, witch is the same as in Group H. In group H in Sweden you can have EFI and Öhlins and other, but not in 66-7412 maj, 2006 kl. 18:05 #94793
I just had a short look at the regulations, I already knew about the difference between group H and group H 66-74. We have a similar system in Germany, it is called group ”Youngtimer”.
I will have to study the regulations more to see, how I can build a car which I can use also in sweden. Because my 96-rallyecar I could not use in sweden because the rollcage does not fullfill the regulations. In Germany, you don’t have to have a full rollcage up to 2000ccm, rollbar is enough! Even above 2 litres, you only need a basic rollcage with only 38×2,5mm tubing even for the main-bar…
If I understood correctly, I may use a 16V-cylinderhead on a Saab 99 in group H in sweden?
Erik13 maj, 2006 kl. 19:04 #94794
Okej, in sweden it is Group E and Volvo Oroginal who is aloud to have a rollcage with less tubes.
No, NEVER 16V-cylinder head in Group H or Group H 66-74. Only in Appendix K.
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