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outboard tunnel design with a minimum length of 4.8m measured along the
sponson's All boats shall have a NZPBA approved protective cockpit/restraint
system All new hulls, and hulls having repairs to the sponson pickles,
shall have the front 35cm of the pickles made of a material to allow for
controlled deformation to reduce the G forces on frontal impact The minimum
weight of the boat immediately after the race with the driver must not
be lighter than 475kg (with residual fuel and without residual water).
Gearbox/Propellor: Standard type gearbox, ie. forward/reverse. Right hand rotation only. The unit may be locked in gear, nose cones and water pickups may be fitted. The Propellor option is unrestricted other than the maximum of four blades.
Fuel Maximum octane rating of 98 is allowed with the addition of lubricating oil for lubricating purposes only. The use of additives aimed at increasing either the power of the engine or the octane rating of the fuel, to either the fuel supplied or to the air intake is prohibited.
All motors over 2.0 litres to run forward/reverse type gearbox. Sportsmaster and CLE Factory Mercury gearboxes either right or left rotation or similar types are allowed.
All EFI motors over 2.0 litre is to run standard factory injection. ie. either up or down draft. Reves are open.
Motors up to 2.0 litre to be either Carbed or EFI.
EFI motors to use Tin Top ECU with 8650 2.5 chip fitted.
of all boats to be min 500kg after the race with the driver on board.
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