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Last Post 15 Jul 2015 03:57 PM by  170-3tree
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15 Jul 2015 10:02 AM
    Hey all. I've determined that my Chevy cruze will go into the SPF class, but it sounds like some people slip into another level of sp on accident. Maybe I'm misunderstanding, but is there something I can do that will move me to another section of sp without doing anything more than boly ons and standard upgrades??

    Thank you
    Gerald
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    15 Jul 2015 02:58 PM
    I assume you mean "FSP"? There isn't an SPF class. Any given car is only legal for one Street Prepared class as outlined in the Solo rule book, just like in Street or Street Touring. The Cruze is not specifically listed in any Street Prepared class. It looks to me like your turbo Cruze is in DSP due to this:

    "6-cyl (n/a) & 4-cyl (mechanically forced-induction) 2WD sedans under 3.0L not otherwise classified."

    That makes sense since the other GM small turbo cars are specifically in DSP

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    15 Jul 2015 03:57 PM
    Darn. Read over that part. I only saw the
    * sedans under 1.7 liters on fsp.

    Guess that's fair. Keep learning every time I get here.


    And yes I meant fsp. Don't know by my phone thinks spf is a word...
    Hopefully I won't learn something new after I order my numbers and such.


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