After considerable thought & investigation by the NEMA Technical Committee, please find liked above the ignition rule for the 2009 season that was recently ratified. We thank all of the members who helped submit information throughout this process and we look forward to moving forward with the 2009 season.
Ignition rule for 2009 season:
All NEMA approved ignition control devices shall be installed and maintained in stock condition (from a NEMA approved OEM manufacturer – ie: MSD, Electromotive, etc.) and may not be modified or altered in any way. The ignition system shall have no means of logging and storing data (except for the ignition curve/graph setting). The sole function will be to control the ignition timing and maximum rpm as defined in Rule 7.9(w) *. In addition, no devices (mechanical or computerized) will be allowed anywhere on/around or near the competition vehicle that provide any type of traction control benefit and any connections to the ignition control device such as reference sensors or wires that are within the driver’s reach shall be made semi permanent **.
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