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HEMI Outlaw | Rules This is our big dog class! read more >
Rookie Class | Rules Learn The Ropes For Free read more >
10.00 | Rules Index for everyone read more >
9.50 | Rules Time to step it up read more >
Bracket Class | Rules Bracket Racing on a Pro Tree read more >
Street 12.50 Class | Rules Heads Up Racing for 12.50 second and up read more >
11.50 Class | Rules Heads Up Racing for 11.50 to 12.4999 second ETs read more >
10.50 Class | Rules Heads Up Racing for 10.50 to 11.4999 second ETs read more >
Heavyweight Class | Rules Heads Up Racing N/T read more >
8.50 | Rules You better bring everything and the kitchen sink. read more >
General Rules of the Modern Street Hemi Shootout read more >

Rules

General Rules

General Rules for participants in the Modern Street Hemi Shootout. Read the rules, ignorance is not acceptable (that includes you buddy!).

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Bracket Class | Rules

Bracket Style Racing.

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HEMI Outlaw Class | Rules

CLASS TYPE

1/8 mile Heads-Up Racing 

CLASS INDEX

None

VEHICLES ALLOWED

  • Any 2003 and up LX/LC/LD Charger, Magnum, 300, Challenger, Jeep, Dodge/Ram Truck/Durango
  • All Drag Pak/Clone vehicles 2008 and up
  • Any year Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, Jeep, AMC powered by a GEN III Hemi Engine
  • Any Other NON-Chrysler manufactured DOOR EQUIPPED* vehicle powered with a GEN III Hemi Engine (change effective 5/1/21)*

ENGINES ALLOWED

  • 2003+ GEN III HEMI
  • Modern V-10 Chrysler Engine in drag pak only

MIN WEIGHT LIMITS

  • 3300 min weight with driver 
  • 3500 min weight with driver for dual type power adder (twin turbo is a single type power adder)
  • 3200 min weight with driver for nitrous only cars
  • N/A cars have no minimum weight rule
  • IRS cars receive 100 lbs weight break****

NOT ALLOWED EQUIPMENT

  • None

NOTES

    • Cars must be capable of 5.40 or better to compete in the class.  If the car does not achieve that ET during quals, proof via previous class performance, time slip or video is acceptable.  Slower than 5.40 cars fit in the 8.50 class perfectly
    • IRS equipped cars receive a 100 lbs weight reduction
    • Cars must have an oil retention device
    • Cars must meet NHRA/IHRA safety requirements for ET
    • Increase to class entry fee planned with the additional monies added to expected class purse
    • Class winner is no longer eligible for KOTH.

    ** Reminder: If a competitor is attending an event to earn class points with an alternate vehicle, they can run in a secondary class.  At the end of the season the appearance points transfer to their primary championship class.  This is to keep cars running in the appropriate class and still allow racers to earn appearance points as designed.

  • Drivers will cross over the scales after each pass during qualifying to ensure weight is verified by their competitor AND MSHS STAFF.  **Cars cannot go to the pits after a pass prior to weight verification.  Passing the scales after a pass during elims results in DISQUALIFICATION FROM THAT CLASS**  
  • .400 Pro Tree 
  • Pro Ladder
  • **Forced Induction cars with Nitrous Systems installed will be treated as dual type power adder unless the bottle is removed and nitrous line is disconnected from Nitrous Solenoid.  NO EXCEPTIONS.**  This will be annotated on initial weigh in and enforced each round.  
  • **Cars that do not make weight for their configuration during elims are DISQUALIFIED FROM THAT CLASS**  

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8.50 | Rules

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Low 9s and High 8s, all HEMIs.

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9.50 | Rules

New class for 2022 – 9.50

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Heavyweight Class | Rules

Heads Up Racing

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10.00 | Rules

Index for everyone

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10.50 Class | Rules

Heads Up Racing for 10.50 to 11.4999 second ETs

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11.50 Class | Rules

Heads Up Racing for 11.50 to 12.4999 second ETs

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Street 12.50 Class | Rules

Heads Up Racing for 12.50 second and up

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Rookie Class | Rules

Bracket for beginners

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