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The 2004 Evolution Tour Hop/dance rules are finished and available.
They are posted on the discussion board at www.lowridermagazine.com. They will be on the website along with the tour schedule next week.
Good Luck.
Brett Kopitz
 

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finally.... :biggrin:


looks like the "Toro" design will be popular for next year, and 8 batteries for singles and 12 for doubles.....


gonna be alot of hot boxes next year :biggrin:
 

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HERE YA GO... I FIGURED I'D MAKE IT EASY ON EVERYONE...






2004 Hop & Car/Truck Dance Rules

(Effective January 1, 2004)

Car & Truck Hop & Dance General & Safety Rules




1.Registration: All entries must completely and accurately fill-out registration forms and pay fees at designated area. Registration for all shows (except Las Vegas) is done on the morning of the event. Registration closes one hour before the published show opening time.

2.Failure to comply with a Go-Lo judge’s request at any time is unsportsmanlike conduct and grounds for disqualification. Unsportsmanlike conduct by entrant or any member of his crew in the registration, pit, staging area, show grounds or hopping arena is grounds for disqualification of contestant from that show and the following two (2) shows and entrant forfeits prize (if any) from that show. Unsportsmanlike conduct deemed as "cheating" by the judges shall be grounds for disqualification from two (2) additional shows, for a total of four shows.

3.Go-Lo inspection teams and hopping officials/judges decisions are final with respect to all matters relating to the Competition and these rules. Judges, and if applicable, Fire Marshall shall also have final judgment on all safety issues, even if not stated in these Rules. Rules are subject to modification at discretion of the judges for safety reasons or to preserve the integrity of the Competition. By entering the Competition, entrant agrees to be bound by these Rules and the decisions of the judges. Entrants are not permitted to protest any decision of official/judges.

4.All vehicles must have the same original frame and body throughout the year or must re-qualify as a new car.

5.Only entry vehicle is allowed in pit area. Registration closes one hour before the published gate opening time. No unauthorized videotaping allowed in competition area, and it will NOT be used for competition purposes.

6.A vehicle may hop in only one class and cannot hop and show.

7.All vehicles must have gas cap in place and tightened. Go-Lo officials can disqualify a vehicle at any time for safety reasons, including but not limited to fuel or excessive oil leakage or a broken hose spraying oil upwards. Car and truck dancers are allowed to use a secured fuel cell.

8.Rolling hopping outside the competition area before, during or after the event shall disqualify contestant from that show and the following two (2) shows and entrant will forfeit prize (if any) from that show.

9.All vehicles must be professionally painted (no primer or spray can paint). They must also have a complete operating OEM or larger cubic inch replacement engine (No aluminum engines or heads allowed unless OE in that year and model), radiator, water pump, hoses, fan, transmission, rear end and operating brakes ("safety" reasons) except for radical dance classes. All vehicles must hop on 13- or 14-inch steel wire wheels-no mixed sizes or 15-inch wheels allowed. Maximum tire size: 205/75x14 radial or bias-ply, which must have manufacturer marking of actual tire size on the sidewall. No mixed sizes, or cross-reference replacements allowed period except for 5.20 or 5.60 only. All four tires must be same-size radial ply or bias ply, no mixed plys. Engine mounts may be made of solid steel.

10.For the front - accumulator type pumps are allowed. Air or other gases in pump tanks are allowed. No other such accumulator devices are allowed. No compressed air or gas bottles / tanks allowed in vehicles. Under-hood batteries must be in place, secured, and cannot be connected to the hydraulics, except for dance classes.

11.All vehicles must be driven into the hopping arena by the engine’s power (unless prohibited by facility) except for radical dance classes. Pushing in, or using any other means such as the starter motor, disqualifies the cars round. After round, car can be pushed out if not operable.

12.Only the switchman and trunk man are allowed entrance with vehicle to hopping arena. Vehicle owner is responsible and may be disqualified if more than two (2) persons enter with vehicle. All adjustments must be made prior to entering arena (except for connecting ground). Disconnect must be accessible with trunk closed.

13.Trunk must remain closed while in hopping arena and trunk man must stay one step away from car during round, except for emergencies. Opening trunk, including for emergencies, ends car’s round.

14.To begin round, switchman must tell judges "Ready!" Any car movement after that starts round. No exceptions!

15.Switchman must stand outside the car with door closed and have hopping cord with one (1) switch in all hopping classes. No remote control devices or capacitors allowed.

16.After your name and number are called, you have three (3) minutes to answer the call, and MAY have a second inspection at the arena and start hopping or be disqualified from round. Head Judge will appoint an official timekeeper.

17.The winner in all classes (and the person who receives the prize money) is the vehicle owner or person’s name on entry form, not the switchman.

18.No four-wheel-drive car or truck hoppers allowed.

19.DMV registration determines vehicle classification as a car or truck.

20.No other modifications or alterations to vehicle or setup are allowed except those specifically covered in these rules!

21.To qualify for the 2004 Tour Super Show, hoppers must hit at least 40 inches in the Single Pump & Truck Classes and 50 inches in Double Pump Class & 70 inches in Radical Class. Dancers must win at least second place with a minimum score of 20 points at any 2004 Tour event or sanctioned hop prior to the Super Show.

22.Competitors will be allowed to purchase only two (2) extra hop wristbands.

23.Tour Record established by vehicle that is later found to have major violation would have that record stripped.

24.These Car & Truck Hop & Dance General & Safety Rules may be modified, as deemed necessary by the judges (or Fire Marshals) in order to maintain the safety and integrity of the competition.

25.At the discretion of Go Lo or the judges, violation of any rules herein may be cause for disqualification for any prize, expulsion from current event and/or a ban on future events.

26.One (1) entry makes a class. If there are two (2) or fewer entries in a class, an aggressive effort is expected. "Sandbagging" or "Potato Chipping" will not be tolerated and may result in future sanctions or disqualifications.

27.Prizes: A First, Second and Third Prize will be awarded in each class in the amount of $750.00, $500 and $250 respectively. Classes are as follows: Single Pump Car Hop, Double Pump Car Hop, Single Pump Truck Hop, Radical Hop, Street Car Dance, Street Truck Dance, Radical Dance. In the event of a tie, contestants will split the prize; there will be no "Hop-offs". For example, if two competitors tie for First, they will split first and second prize and Third Prize goes to the next competitor. If two competitors tie for Third, they split Third Place. No more than $1,500.00 will be awarded in each class. 2004 Tour Record will only be paid after Las Vegas Super Show, with Tour Record holder in each class being awarded $1500 bonus. In case of a tie, the $1500 prize money will be split evenly. A $500.00 Daily Double bonus for winning First Place at two consecutive Go-Lo shows will also be awarded, if applicable.


Car Hopping Rules



The following rules apply to Single-Pump and Double-Pump Car Hop Classes.

1.The Car & Truck Hop & Dance General & Safety Rules are incorporated by reference herein. By entering this Contest, entrant agrees to be bound by these rules and the decisions of the judges.

2.Car’s lift height will be judged from the bottom of its measured front tire.

3.A car with one pump to the front is considered a single-pump; any car with two pumps to the front a double-pump, including luxury cars. Maximum two pumps to the rear in either class; no extra pumps allowed. All pumps must be visible and accessible for inspection. Front pump tank size must not be larger than 11"X6" with ¼" maximum thickness. Rear pumps must have standard size (maximum size 9x5 3/4-inch) and thickness (maximum 1/16-inch) tanks. No square tanks allowed. Only two cylinders front and two cylinders rear. Entire hydraulic setup including batteries must be inside the trunk or no higher than a car trunk for station wagons (no higher than the bottom of rear quarter windows) & no higher than top of bed or tail gate for trucks.

4.Limit on batteries: eight (8) for single-pump, twelve (12) for double-pump. All batteries must be visible, attached to car and connected. Limit on battery size/weight: Group 31 (or 31 Stud); 70 pounds each. Limit on base and rack materials: base material may not exceed 2x2x1/4-inch box tube; rack material may not exceed 2x2x1/4-inch angle iron. Rack(s) may have only one layer squared out. Total of all material in setup (including pump, battery and solenoid racks, brackets and mounts, but not battery tie downs) for single-pump: cannot exceed 13 running feet of angle iron and 15 running feet of square tubing; for double-pump: cannot exceed 19 feet of angle iron and 23 running feet of square tubing. Battery tie downs: maximum 2x2x1/4-inch L-shaped angle iron, box tube or 2x4-inch wood. All box tube must have holes for inspection. No bottom plates allowed. Car must have emergency battery kill device. Vise grips not allowed.

5.The rear suspension components including, trailing arms, rear shocks and springs must be mounted on their original mounting positions. Rear shock mounting brackets may not be altered only reinforced. Bushings on rear shocks, trailing arms, sway bars, banana bars, leaf springs and all A-arms must be new or in good shape. No bolts used for extensions on any control arm, trailing arms or rear shocks. Bolts must be stock or direct replacement length and weight. No bent bolts or suspension control arms allowed. Trailing arms can be reinforced; rear shock length cannot exceed 30 inches for Single Pump Class and 34 inches for Double Pump Class when rear end is fully locked up. No cuts or modifications to the rear end including notching the frame or cross members, with these exceptions: Single and double-pump cars have no limitations on pan-hard bar (sway bar). No bending allowed on ‘banana’ bar. Maximum of half (1/2) inch shim allowed on ‘banana’ bar mount. Double Pump may extend ‘banana’ bar up to four (4) inches and lower trailing arms up to three (3) inches. Cylinder mounts cannot exceed the frame. Cylinder mounts may be attached to trailing arms, but must be located in center of spring cup (not to exceed 2 inches high). Spring cup must be attached to trailing arm. Coil-over cylinders are allowed on single-pump and double-pump cars. All nuts and bolts on front and rear suspension including, shocks, trailing arms, sway bars and banana bar must be original or direct OE replacement. No bent, swapped, flipped or relocation of any mounts, trailing arms, A-arm mounts, body mounts, engine mounts, banana arm mounts, transmission mounts, sway bar mounts, rear shock mounts, axle mounts or center support mounts. No relocation of banana arm frame rail or bending, modification, etc. Rear axle may not be modified, bent, twisted or stretched. No body lift kits allowed. Body mounts must be rubber and fastened securely with no gaps between body mount and frame.

6.The front suspension upper A-arms can be extended up to one (1) inch. Lower A-arms can be reinforced with material up to 1/4-inch thick, but not extended. Front sway bars are optional. Front suspension limiting devices recommended (cable, chain, strap, etc.), will be a rule in 2005.

7.No lead, sand or other weight may be added to car or frame, except frame reinforcement, using one layer of material not to exceed 3/8-inch thick. Mounts and brackets cannot be removed before reinforcing frame. Frame must have inspection holes from the pivot point back and have no gaps between frame and reinforcement.

8.All cars must have the original or larger cubic inch engine and transmission (V8, 6) or direct replacement for that year and model. Bring DMV verification if unique. No aluminum engines or heads allowed unless OE in that year and model.

9.Cars must be complete with all factory parts securely fastened, straight and unaltered including, body and quarter panels, fenders, bumpers, grille, headlights, roll pans, hood, trunk, doors, seats, etc. Rear seat is optional. Rear wheel wells cannot be altered. Judges to determine if factory lengths have been altered may measure vehicle length and wheelbase.

10.Trunks must be able to be opened quickly when necessary. Judges may inspect vehicle again at any time before, during or after the competition.

11.All cars may notch rear frame rail for upper trailing arm’s clearance only.

12.Double pumps only - Luxury cars including, all Cadillacs, Lincolns, or any full-size 1971 and newer American cars such as Regal, Cutlass, Monte Carlo, Galaxies and Marquis may have twelve (12) batteries maximum. May extend the upper trailing arm up to four (4) inches and lower trailing arm three (3) inches. Ears on rear axle can be reinforced. No other modifications.








Radical Hop Class

The following rules apply to the Radical Hop Class:

1.The Car & Truck Hop & Dance General & Safety Rules are incorporated by reference herein. By entering this Contest, entrant agrees to be bound by these rules and the decisions of the judges

2.Vehicle’s lift height will be judged from the bottom of its measured front tire.

3.Any vehicle in Single Pump, Double Pump, Luxury Hop or Truck Hop that does not pass inspection in their specific class, causing them to be placed in radical class, must comply with all rules in the radical class.

4.Only one (1) switch may be used during round. Rear suspension height may not be adjusted after round begins.

5.Four (4) Pumps Total, in any configuration: accumulator type pumps for the front are allowed tanks must be no larger than 11"x 6" by ¼" thick. Rear pumps must have standard size (maximum size 9x5 3/4-inch) and thickness (maximum 1/16-inch) tanks. No square tanks allowed. Entire hydraulic setup including batteries must be inside the trunk or no higher than a car trunk for station wagons.

6.Limit on batteries: fourteen (14). All batteries must be contained within the volume of the bed or trunk, visible, attached to car and connected. Limit on battery size/weight: Group 31 (or 31 Stud); 70 pounds each. Limit on base and rack materials: base material may not exceed 2x2x1/4-inch box tube; rack material may not exceed 2x2x1/4-inch angle iron. Rack(s) may have only one layer squared out (no sub-frames), Total of all material in setup (including pump, battery and solenoid racks, brackets and mounts, but not battery tie downs): cannot exceed 22 running feet of angle iron and 26 running feet of square tubing. Battery tie downs: maximum 2x2x1/4-inch L-shaped angle iron, box tube or 2x4-inch wood. All box tube must have holes for inspection. No bottom plates allowed. Vehicle must have emergency battery kill device. Vise grips not allowed.

7.The suspension (set-up) components will have NO Limitations. The only exception will be that vehicle must measure 25" inches or less from the rear frame rail to ground when layed for inspection and drive-in position.

8.No lead, sand or other weight may be added to car or frame, except frame reinforcement, using one layer of material not to exceed 3/8-inch thick.

9.All vehicles must have the original engine and transmission (V8,V6, 6,4) or larger cubic inch replacement for that year and model. Bring DMV verification if unique. No aluminum engines or heads allowed unless OE in that year and model.

10.Vehicles must be complete with all factory parts securely fastened, straight and unaltered including, body and quarter panels, fenders, bumpers, grille, headlights, roll pans, hood, trunk, doors, seats, etc. Front fenders may be trimmed 2 inches for tire clearance. Rear seat is optional.
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Truck Hopping Rules

The following rules apply to the Truck Hopping Class:

Definition of Truck Hop Class: Single-pump only; Maximum two pumps to the rear; no extra pumps allowed. All pumps must be visible and accessible for inspection. Two cylinders front and two cylinders rear only. Front pump tank size must not be larger than 11"X 6" with ¼" maximum thickness. Rear pumps must have standard size (maximum size 9x5 3/4-inch) and thickness (maximum 1/16-inch) tanks. No "whammy" or square tanks.

1.The Car & Truck Hop & Dance General & Safety Rules are incorporated by reference herein. By entering this Contest, entrant agrees to be bound by these rules and the decisions of the judges

2.Truck’s lift height will be judged from the bottom of its measured front tire.

3.Limit on batteries: eight (8). All batteries must be contained within the volume of the bed, visible, attached to truck and connected. Limit on battery size/weight: Group 31 (or 31 Stud); 70 pounds each. Entire hydraulic setup and batteries must be contained inside the bed. Limit on base and rack materials: base material not to exceed 2x2x1/4-inch box tube; rack material not to exceed 2x2x1/4-inch angle iron. Rack(s) may have only one layer squared out (no sub-frames), Total of all material in setup (including pump, battery and solenoid racks, brackets and mounts, but not battery tie-downs) cannot exceed 13 running feet of angle iron and 15 running feet of square tubing. Battery tie downs: Maximum 2x1x1/4-inch L-shaped angle iron, box tube or 2x4-inch wood. All box tube must have holes for inspection. No bottom plates allowed. No metal battery enclosures or cages. Truck must have emergency battery kill device. Vice grips not allowed.

4.The rear suspension components including, trailing arms, rear shocks and springs and their mounting points cannot be altered, and must be mounted on their original mounting positions. Rear shock mounting brackets may not be altered. Bushings on rear shocks, trailing arms, sway bars, banana bars, leaf springs and all A-arms must be new or in good shape. No bolts used for extensions on any control arm, trailing arms or rear shocks. Bolts must be stock or direct replacement length and weight. No bent bolts or suspension control arms allowed. Rear leaf spring must be connected-front and rear. Rear shock length cannot exceed 31 inches when rear end is fully locked up. Axle flip kits are allowed. Rear shackle may not be longer than 6 1/2 inches, eye-to-eye. No cuts or other modifications to the rear end including notching the frame or cross members. Rear leaf springs must be stock. No interchanging four-wheel-drive components with two-wheel-drive components. Rear cylinders must be centered on top of axle on both sides with coil springs on cylinders. A "bridge" not to extend above the bottom of the bed can be added. Material may not exceed 8x3/8-inch C-shaped channel. Cylinder mounts cannot exceed the bottom of the bed. All nuts and bolts on front and rear suspension including, rear shocks, trailing arms, sway bars and banana bar (if so equipped) must be original or direct OE replacement, with exception of rear shackle. No bent, swapped, flipped or relocations of any mounts, trailing arms, A-arm mounts, body mounts, engine mounts, banana arm mounts, transmission mounts, sway bar mounts, shock mounts, axle mounts or center support mounts. No relocation of banana arm frame rail (if so equipped) or bending, modification, etc. Rear axle may not be modified, reinforced, bent, twisted or stretched. Trucks MUST have coils on rear cylinders. No body lift kits allowed. No spare tire allowed. Body mounts must be rubber and fastened securely with no gaps between body mount and frame.

5.On trucks so equipped, the front suspension upper A-arms can be extended up to one (1) inch. Lower A-arms can be reinforced with material up to 1/4-inch thick, but not extended. Front sway bars are optional. Spring cups cannot be more than 1-1/2-inches deep.

6.No lead, sand or other weight may be added to truck or frame, except frame reinforcement, using one layer of material not to exceed 3/8-inch thick. Mounts and brackets cannot be removed before reinforcing frame. Frame must have inspection holes from the pivot point back.

7.All trucks must have the original or larger cubic inch engine and transmission (V8, V6, 6, 4) or direct replacement for that year and model. Bring DMV verification if unique.

8.Switchman must stand outside the truck with door closed and have a hopping cord with only one (1) switch. No capacitors or remote activated devices allowed.

9.Except for convertibles, trucks must be complete with all factory parts securely fastened, straight and unaltered including, body and quarter panels, fenders, bumpers, roll pans, grille, headlights, hood, bed, doors, seats, etc. Front fenders may be trimmed 2 inches for tire clearance. Rear wheel wells cannot be altered. Judges to determine if factory lengths have been altered may measure vehicle length and wheelbase.





Car Dancing & Truck Dancing

The following rules apply to the Car & Truck Dancing Classes:

Definitions:

Street: The car or truck must be complete including an original body (front wheel wells optional), frame, complete operating engine, interior, floor and trunk/bed pans, dashboard, front seat (rear seat optional) and a maximum of four (4) pumps. Batteries must be no higher than a car trunk for station wagons, no higher than the bottom of rear quarter windows & no higher than top of bed or tail gate for trucks. There are no other limitations or restrictions on the vehicle or its setup and suspension in this class.

Radical: No limitations on setup, body or engine.

1.The Car & Truck Hop & Dance General & Safety Rules are incorporated by reference herein, except the tire rules do not apply. By entering this Contest, entrant agrees to be bound by these rules and the decisions of the judges.

2.There will be only one round of Car Dancing & Truck Dancing

3.Vehicles will be judged on speed, height, rhythm, style and movement, plus the following. To qualify for round, vehicle must perform a minimum of five (5) required moves: "kick" (hop) the front; "kick" (hop) the back; side-to-side, front-to-back (seesaw) and "pancake" (bunny hop). Judging will be made by a team of three judges, using a 1- to 10-point system (10 being best). Total of judge's points determines score for the round (30 points being best.).

4.For safety, exposed cylinders must be chained or enclosed with steel at least 1/4-inch thick.

5.Switchman must stand outside the vehicle with door closed and have a hopping cord with switch panel (multiple switches). No capacitors or remote-activated devices allowed.

6.All street class vehicles must be driven into the arena (unless prohibited by facility), pushing in disqualifies the vehicles round. After round, vehicle can be pushed out if inoperable.

7.Each round must be 90 seconds continued suspension motion to qualify. Judges stopping clock for safety does not disqualify vehicle. If a vehicles breaks down within the 90 seconds of performing, contestant will be penalized ten (10) points from the round.

8.If ground comes unhooked during competition, it may be re-connected with a minimum two (2) point deduction. It will be judges discretion on length of time allowed to re-connect ground.

9.If a vehicle blows a fitting, breaks a hose or springs a leak, it "may" be disqualified from round for

"safety" reasons. Vehicle disqualified for "safety" reasons will be penalized ten (10) points from the round.

10.Cylinder and suspension leashes recommended (will be rule in 2005).

11.Accumulator type pumps are allowed. Air or other gases in pump tanks are allowed. No other such accumulator devices are allowed. No compressed air or gas bottles / tanks allowed in vehicles. Go-Lo Judges and or Fire Marshals have final judgment on all safety issues.



LOOK'S LIKE IT'S GONNA BE FUN THIS YEAR!!!! GOOD LUCK EVERYONE! ;) ;)
 

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I got a couple o questions :uh:


The rules allow accumulator pumps but make no mention of da now infamous Piston Pump... R they allowed?

& why does number 5 say no notching of rear & cross members and number 11 says you can???
 

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Please someone tell me if we can build tubular rear control arms this year. With three and four inch extensions these things are really gonna become some micky mouse looking crap. All the hop judges seem to have the measurements memorized anyway so why can't we just do that???
 

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Originally posted by vegashopper+Dec 5 2003, 02:56 PM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (vegashopper @ Dec 5 2003, 02:56 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'><!--QuoteBegin--Hydros@Dec 5 2003, 12:38 PM
$750.00 prize money for first place. I thought they paid more?
nope... been that way for a while.[/b][/quote]
I heard charlotte LRM is May this year, it that correct homie????
 

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FUCK YEA....PISTON ACCUMULATED PUMPS ARE ALLOWED................
ONLY THE SKY IS DA LIMIT NOW






GOOD LUCK TO ALL THAT DON'T USE THESE PUMPS FOR COMP. NEXT YEAR.......YOUR GONNA NEED IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



Last edited by BlackMagicHydraulics at Dec 8 2003, 03:53 AM
 

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How do you put air if the backing plate has to be off to put it in? Wont the tank blow off?
 

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LOOK REAL CLOSE AT THE FRONT OF THE TANK


THERE IS COUPLING NUTS WELDED TO THE TANK, AND GRADE 8 HARDWARE HOLDS THE TANK ON





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here you go silver
 

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THANKS JOHN, I DIDNT KNOW THERE WAS ANOTHER TOPIC ON THIS, I APPRECIATE IT.
 

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why not hop and show!?!!

#6.A vehicle may hop in only one class and cannot hop and show.
 

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no other types of gases ;)
 

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Originally posted by 77monte4pumps@Dec 14 2003, 06:03 PM
why not hop and show!?!!

#6.A vehicle may hop in only one class and cannot hop and show.
That rule has been there for a LOOOONG time... at least 8 years that I remember.
 

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Originally posted by 77monte4pumps@Dec 14 2003, 07:03 PM
why not hop and show!?!!

#6.A vehicle may hop in only one class and cannot hop and show.
because you would have to move it off the show floor and bring it into the hopping areana. just to much moving around with too many people
 

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Originally posted by showandgo+Dec 14 2003, 07:57 PM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (showandgo @ Dec 14 2003, 07:57 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'><!--QuoteBegin--77monte4pumps@Dec 14 2003, 07:03 PM
why not hop and show!?!!

#6.A vehicle may hop in only one class and cannot hop and show.
because you would have to move it off the show floor and bring it into the hopping areana. just to much moving around with too many people[/b][/quote]
aahhh okay... see to me that just seems to discourage people from building clean looking hoppers... :dunno:
 
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