Wild Street is a heads-up class for any and all types of vehicles from 60’s muscle cars to late model Mustangs’ and Camaros’. This class is limited mainly by a small Drag Radial Tire (275x60x15) Frame rails both front and rear must retain stock configuration, ladder bars allowed but with a slight weight penalty. any single power adder is allowed, including the use of a nitrous oxide, centrifugal or roots superchargers, or any turbocharger combo. This class will defiantly live up to it’s name WILD!!!!!
Permanently attached ballast may be added in a NHRA legal manner. Removable ballast for the
purpose of classification adjustments is limited to 100 lbs. in a NHRA weight box.
The car must retain its original appearance and profiles. Aftermarket fiberglass parts are limited to hood, fenders, deck lid and bumpers only (No 1-piece front ends allowed.) Aftermarket wings and spoilers are permitted, but may not extend more then 10 inches from the transition point with the body to the tip. The driver and passenger doors must be fully operational and must open from the outside.
LETTERING / DECALS:
Car lettering is limited to windows only. Class sponsor decal (Mickey Thompson) must be placed in the lower left corner of the front windshield.
Must retain factory unaltered firewall, in factory location. A cosmetic overlay is permitted.
HOOD / SCOOPS:
Cowl & forward facing hood scoops are allowed. Scoop or cowl may not exceed more than 9 inches at the highest point of the air inlet opening above the height of the original hood surface.
All factory interior pieces including pedal assemblies must be in factory locations. Factory door panels, headliner, carpet, dashboard are required. Back seat may be deleted, but must have carpet covering the bare floor.
Two front bucket seats, or one bench seat with upholstery required. Seats must remain in the
Must be of safety glass. No Lexan permitted. The only exception will be the rear window of an El
Camino or other truck for roll bar access. All front door windows must be fully operational.
BRACKET RACING AIDS
The use of bracket racing aids such as optical sensors, delay boxes, and throttle
stops are prohibited
The braking system may be upgraded to discs or larger drums. All cars must have front and rear
CHASSIS / SUSPENSION
Suspension components must all remain in stock locations. Direct bolt-on A-arms are
permitted. Tubular K-members that are a direct bolt on are permitted. Vehicle must retain factory
shock system (struts are only permitted on cars that came factory equipped. Sway bars may be
removed. Alston or similar front end kits are legal at a weight add.
Aftermarket factory-replacement-type K-member permitted, but must attach to the chassis using only the original factory OEM-type mounting bolts. No part of the K-member may be welded to the chassis.
Bolt on traction devices are permitted. Leaf springs may be relocated for tire clearance purposes. Mini tubs are permitted, no full size wheel tubs will be allowed. *Shocks must retain original angle and placement. Ladder Bar type Suspension will be legal, but see weight penalty’s.
*Any car using rear coil shocks, will receive the ladder bar weight penalty.
FRAME & CHASSIS
Stock frame rails must be retained in stock locations (NO EXCEPTIONS) front and rear. Notching of rear frame rails for tire clearance is permitted. Sub frame connectors are permitted. The PSCA will not allow a stock suspension car to utilize round or square tubing used to reinforce the front or rear suspensions in any matter. If you have any questions on this rule or any others, call Mel @ 661-609-9486.
Any OEM automatic transmission permitted. Aftermarket torque converter, shift kit, valve body, shifter, and pan cooler use are permitted. Trans brakes are permitted.
After-market clutch (single disc only) assisted manual transmissions are allowed (See Weight Penalty’s) Clutch/automatics or planetary transmissions are not allowed. Split sliders are also not allowed. All shifts must be made manually without the aid of electric, hydraulic or pneumatic devices. Any manual transmission built by an automotive manufacturer, with stock case and gears will race at same weight as an automatic transmission entry.
Any factory type rear end is allowed.
The battery may be relocated.
No progressive systems, which control nitrous/fuel delivery, are allowed. Electronic or automated boost controllers of any type are prohibited on any forced induction vehicle. Turbo entries may utilize one (1) manual boost controller, that has to be mounted outside the driver’s compartment.
No cubic inch limits.
Aftermarket Cast Iron & Aluminum (Add 100 pounds “Aluminum blocks only”) production blocks are allowed. Aluminum blocks permitted at no weight penalty only on vehicles that came factory equipped and using OEM power plant.
Any camshaft allowed
CARBURETOR / THROTTLE BODY:
Any single or dual carburetor or throttle body set-up is allowed
Any EFI system is permitted
ENGINE MOUNT LOCATION:
Engine must remain in stock location. Engine may not touch the factory unaltered firewall. Motor plates are permitted.
Aftermarket cylinder heads, aluminum or cast iron are allowed, Aftermarket spayed or canted valve, Big Chief, or any “Pro Stock” style heads are permitted with a weight penalty.
Any cast iron or cast aluminum intake manifold is permitted.
Sheet metal or other composite manifolds permitted but at a weight penalty.
EFI may use a Composite upper manifold at no weight add if lower cast manifold is used.
Any nitrous combo is legal, but cannot be used with any other power adder. No progressive type controllers allowed.
SUPERCHARGER / TURBOCHARGER:
Any Supercharger or Turbocharger is permitted. No Electronic Boost controller’s of any type permitted. Turbo entries may utilize one (1) manual boost controller, that has to be mounted outside the driver’s compartment.
Current list of superchargers that will receive a 100lb weight break
Vortech A,B,S,T & YS-trim Supercharger Systems*
ATI P-1SC, P-1SCH
Paxton SN, VR4-series*
Paxton Novi 1000, 2000*
Production type mufflers or collector mufflers are required. Modification or removal of muffler internals is prohibited (no gutting). Exhaust system must extend to rear axle of vehicle NO EXCEPTIONS
FUEL / FUEL SYSTEMS:
The PSCA reserves the right to check fuel at any time.
Gasoline is the only fuel permitted. Mechanical and electric fuel pumps, fuel cells, pressure
regulators, and any line size are allowed. No alcohol or fuel additives are allowed.
No Restrictions. The front cross member may be altered for oil pan removal. Vacuum pumps are acceptable.
ON BOARD DIAGNOSTICS / DATA RECORDERS:
On board diagnostic computers and recorders are permitted. Memory and playback tachometers are allowed.
An automotive-type radiator is required.
Rack and Pinion allowed on all vehicles.
STREET LEGAL REQUIREMENTS:
All cars are required to have working headlights and tail lights (headlights doors must be fixed open or work manually or automatically on cars so equipped). Brake lights, turn signals are required.
Front tires must have a minimum tread width of 4.5 inches. Front tires do not have to be DOT
approved. Rear Tires…275x60x15 Drag Radial Tires Only
Weight breaks are determined by the engine combinations and power adders
WILD STREET WEIGHT GUIDE
Base Weight (All weights are race-ready, car with driver)
4 Cly W/Any Power Adder……………………………….2800 lbs
V/6 W/Nitrous…………………………………………………3000 lbs
V/6 W/Turbo or Blower……………………………………3100 lbs
Small Blocks W/Nitrous……………………………………3050 lbs
Small Blocks W/Turbo or Blower………………………3300 lbs
Big Blocks W/Any Power Adder………………………..3350 lbs
WEIGHT ADDS & BREAKS:
Add 50 lbs. for any Sheet Metal or Composite Intake Manifold.
Add 50 lbs. for any non Factory Manual Trans (single disc clutch type only)
Add 50 lbs. for Dry Sump Oiling System
Add 50 lbs. for the use of a Chris Alston Front Susp kit for Chevy II, Early Camaro & Nova
Add 100 lbs. for Aluminum Engine Blocks
Add 100 lbs. for any Canted, Splayed valve, Pro Stock or Big Chief Style Cylinder Heads
Add 100 lbs. for Ladder Bars and or Coil Over Rear Suspension.
Deduct 300 lbs. for no Power Adder.
Must retain stock wheel base with a maximum variation right to left and front to back of one inch.
Wheelie bars are strictly prohibited.
PSCA Required Decals:
Class Sponsor Decal
M/T Tires decal must be installed on base of windshield on the passenger side. (Bottom left hand side when looking at front of vehicle windshield)
Series Sponsor Decal
Corteco decal must be installed on base of windshield on the drivers side. (Bottom right hand side when looking at front of vehicle windshield)
Contingency Program & Contingency Decals:
In order to become eligible for PSCA official contingency program, You must first become a member of the PSCA. You can do this at the PSCA Event Trailer during registration or on-line at the PSCA Store. All contingency decals may appear anywhere on the windows in a clear and organized fashion. Contingency decals may not be overlapped or modified. Most decals are available at the PSCA Event Trailer, but in the event the PSCA does not have the decals in stock, it is the racer’s responsibility to obtain the proper decals to be eligible for the Contingency payout.
RACE DAY POLICY’S
After each qualifying and elimination pass, all cars must stop and weigh at the track scales. If you lose in eliminations, and your opponent fails to make weight you will be reinstated into the eliminations only if you made minimum weight requirements. If both cars failed to make minimum weight, both cars will be disqualified. It is the driver’s responsibility to verify with each track scale, the weight of his/her car prior to each race day. There will 5lb error factor allowed.
TOW BACK & TOW VEHICLES:
Wild Street does not allow tow vehicles of any sort in the staging lanes. All Wild Street vehicles must drive to scales and return to pits without the aide of any other vehicle.
Wild Street does not allow burn-outs across the starting line. You must complete and stop your burn-out without crossing the starting line.
All vehicles must take the tree, and run down the 1/4 mile.
PSCA Race Day Rules and Procedures…Click Here
All drivers and vehicles must meet current NHRA and track requirements.
For questions or more information on these rules, please contact Mel Roth at 661-609-9486