In one of SCCA's great ironies, the back seat isn't required in SM. Everything else is, though.aknapp said:Thanx, Scarpa. I have most of the interior gutted to put me in EP. I do have access to interior panels cheap, maybe even free! (*cough* Aaron *cough*).
I, too, was thinking about going to SM. I guess I could cut the interior panels to fit around the rollbar. Fitting the rear seat shouldn't be too much of an issue; no one would be able to sit there, but at least it would be there. Who can sit in the back seat of an NX anyway?
Huh, not a 914-6...my memory must be lookin' like swiss cheese.maxQ said:In one of SCCA's great ironies, the back seat isn't required in SM. Everything else is, though.
FWIW, Bobby's car isn't a 914-6... it's got the 4-banger putting down around 140 whp. And I think you would be in DM, not EM, but don't quote me on that.
Your good car looked good out there yesterday... the inside rear only lifted about 2 inches at its max... a goal I hope to replicate without your extensive cage... very fast! What time did you get down to?
You can remove the rear seats and rear seat belts but that's it... you can't remove any sound deadening, the panels in the trunk must stay, etc. It seems to be a common misconception as I've noticed a couple local Honda Civics with sound deadening and panels removed and they claim it's legal because they're hatches.Scarpa said:I thought the rule for SM was everything behind and including the back seat could be removed.. so you'd only have to find door panels and a dash really. At least the M3's in our region have bare metal in the back.