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Dirt Riot Trail Class Rules
These rules are intended to promote a safe and fair racing environment, these classes are open ended in many aspects due in large part to allow as many already built trail rigs to compete with a minimum amount of changes. Changes to these rules may occur at anytime during the racing season, rules changes will be posted on the follow websites; werocklive.com, W.E.Rock Events facebook page, pirate4x4.com, direct contact with competitors may occur but is not guaranteed.
Stock Trail
1. Frame must be stock full frame (exception, when bobbing the rear then only can a minimum amount of frame be removed, equal to the amount of body removed), with all cross members (exception, frt. Cross member with changing to a straight axle).
2. Suspension type must remain the same as OE, per vehicle production year, make and model.
3. Any axle up-grade is allowed
4. No tire greater than 37” by sidewall listing or metric equivalent
5. Full body vehicles only, bobbing is allowed between rear axle and rear bumper, but at least 24” must remain from centerline of axle to rear of bumper, no dovetailing or boat siding allowed
6. No cutting of floor is allowed with the following exemptions. The center section of the floor is approved for cutting & rising to allow drive train clearance directly over drive train components. This does not include Drivelines, axles or axle shafts. Cutting and re-boxing for the clearance of non-suspension items, including tires, shocks and fuel tank is permitted. No boxing for clearance of springs, air-shocks, or suspension links is allowed.

Modified Trail
1. Must have body panels including hood when starting the race
2. Any suspension mod’s allowed
3. Stock or round tube chassis’s are acceptable

Both Classes
1. No By-pass type shocks allowed in mod trial, coil-over shocks are acceptable
2. 6 point cage of acceptable design and configuration, must be at least 1.5” .120 wall or greater and magnetic steel material
3. Minimum of 4 point harnesses must be used for both driver and co-driver; they must be in good shape and show no signs of wear or weather damage, condition to be decided by a Dirt riot “Official”
4. Side protection/Door bars required
5. Front mounted winch with synthetic winch line highly recommended
6. Solid roof required, magnetic metal of at least .040 or aluminum of 1/8” in thickness acceptable
7. Complete floorboard and firewall required, firewall must extend from inner side panel to opposite inner side panel, and from floorboard to engine hood.
8. Fuel cell/gas tank must be separated from passenger compartment. Fuel cells must be strapped and not flange mounted
9. Minimum 2 5lb fire extinguishers must be mounted within reach rescue personnel, and mounted in such a way as they are secure but easily accessed when needed.
10. Seats must be mounted securely to the cage or floorboards
11. All Wiring, brake lines, fuel lines and vent lines must be in good condition and secured as needed
12. Battery must be of a dry cell or gel cell construction and securely mounted with a cage, box, or over the top strap.
13. Rear facing amber light must be visible to rear approaching vehicles; light must be hard wired so it stays on with ignition switched on
14. Vehicles must be equipped with differential locking devices in both front and rear axles
15. It is highly recommended that vehicles be equipped with beadlock wheels
16. Vehicles must carry a small first aid kit
17. Driver and Co-pilot must wear helmets, helmets must be dot, SNELL or FIA approved. Helmets must be current in dating and in good condition.
18. High back seats or helmet pads must be used
19. Neck support devices are highly recommended
20. 1 piece fire suits and shoes are highly recommended
21. Window nets are highly recommended
22. Minimum 6000lb front mounted winch, winch must be operational






Dirt Riot UTV Class Rules
These rules are intended to promote a safe and fair racing environment, these classes are open ended in many aspects due in large part to allow as many already built trail rigs to compete with a minimum amount of changes. Changes to these rules may occur at anytime during the racing season, rules changes will be posted on the follow websites; werocklive.com, W.E.ROCK Events facebook page, pirate4x4.com, direct contact with competitors may occur but is not guaranteed. As this class grows it may be deemed necessary to add additional classes, this change may occur at any time during the season.

UTV Class Rules
1. Any and all shock combos allowed
2. Factory Cage with these additions will be allowed, 6 point attachment, mounted to frame or solid mounting surface, flat surface mounting must be sandwiched and use at least 4 - 3/8” grade 8 bolts and nuts, Gussets must be added for strength at all corners or tube intersections. Complete replacement of stock cage must be 6 point cage of acceptable design and configuration must be at least 1.5” .120 wall or greater and magnetic steel material, all corners or tube intersections must be gusseted. Solid roof required, magnetic metal of at least .060 or aluminum of 1/8” in thickness acceptable
3. Minimum of 4 point harnesses must be used for both driver and co-driver; they must be in good shape and show no signs of wear or weather damage, condition to be decided by a Dirt riot “Official”
4. Side protection, door bars or solid doors are required, if doors are hinged they must use a positive locking device to secure the doors in a closed position
5. Front mounted winch wit synthetic winch line, winch must be operational
6. Complete floorboard and firewall required, firewall must extend from inner side panel to opposite inner side panel
8. Fuel cell/gas tank must be separated from passenger compartment. Fuel cells must be strapped and not flange mounted, stock fuel tanks are allowed
9. Minimum 2 5lb fire extinguishers must be mounted within reach rescue personnel, and mounted in such a way as they are secure but easily accessed when needed
10. Seats must be mounted securely to the cage or floorboards
11. All Wiring, brake lines, fuel lines and vent lines must be in good condition and secured as needed
12. Battery must be of a dry cell or gel cell construction and securely mounted with a cage, box, or over the top strap. Standard type (wet) batteries must be boxed
13. Rear facing amber light must be visible to rear approaching vehicles; light must be hard wired so it stays on with ignition switched on
14. Vehicles must be 4 wheel drive
15. It is highly recommended that vehicles be equipped with beadlock wheels
16. Vehicles must carry a small first aid kit
17. Driver and Co-pilot must wear helmets, helmets must be dot, SNELL or FIA approved. Helmets must be in good condition
18. High back seats or helmet pads must be used
19. Neck support devices are highly recommended
20. 1 piece fire suits and shoes are highly recommended
21. Window nets are highly recommended
 

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6000lb winch on an UTV or was that a typo?? I thought my 5k winch was overkill!

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4. Side protection/Door bars required
Would tube doors on a TJ qualify as that?

What about a soft door with an aluminum skin?
 

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what type of amber light do we need? Like a sidemarker light?
 

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in stock class can i do 60's? ( under a cherokee:smokin:)

i also need some clarification on coilovers... in stock trail are they allowed?

as of now i plan on doing all stock suspension, leaf rear oem coil front, can i add traction bars or 4 link the rear while retaining the stock suspension?

im assuming all tail lights headlights, and any trim plastics / chrome should be removed.... to keep it clean out there,

obviously i will add aftermarket taillights and headlights.....

thanks- cody
 

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in stock class can i do 60's? ( under a cherokee:smokin:)

i also need some clarification on coilovers... in stock trail are they allowed?

as of now i plan on doing all stock suspension, leaf rear oem coil front, can i add traction bars or 4 link the rear while retaining the stock suspension?

im assuming all tail lights headlights, and any trim plastics / chrome should be removed.... to keep it clean out there,

obviously i will add aftermarket taillights and headlights.....

thanks- cody
Coil Overs and 60's are fine, but you can not cut the body or floor for coilovers, floors must remain intact and complete

Doing so will also move you out of being able to use the same rig in the Pro Stock Class (4600), if your going to build think of that as well....
 

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Rich,
Can you explain what the 4500 and 4600 classes are?
I'm assuming they are the Ultra4 / KOH stock classes.
 

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Stock trail is not the same as the ultra 4 classes - we are offering them as well - The TRAIL classes are intended to open up an arena for rigs that have been built as stout trail rigs, no more than that

You can still run 4500 and 4600 at Dirt Riot races
 

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I am confused about the ex-acceptable part of the rules for axle swaps in the stock class. Does that mean we are not allowed to swap axles in the stock class?:confused:

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I am confused about the ex-acceptable part of the rules for axle swaps in the stock class. Does that mean we are not allowed to swap axles in the stock class?:confused:

-Alex

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Does this include ORI STRUTS by Ultra4 mod stock rules the diameter is too thick. Are they ok for Mod trail?

Thanks!

ORI's are a by-pass, so no go in stock

Sorry....
 

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UTV Class Rules
9. Minimum 2 5lb fire extinguishers must be mounted within reach rescue personnel, and mounted in such a way as they are secure but easily accessed when needed
(2) 5# extinguishers? or (2) 2.5#? From what I have read, BITD, ISXSA, Ultra 4 only need (2) 2.5#.
 
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