Procedure, Safety Provisions, Chassis Definitions and Building rules are as specified in
the Pro All Stars Series Pro stock rules as posted by PASS.
PASS reserves the right to modify rules in interest of fair
and equitable competition.
PASS officials have final determination of legality and intent of all parts
Rules unique to this series are as specified below.
Location: #1 spark plug aligned to ball joint
centerline. Engine to be centered in chassis +/- 1(inch). Crankshaft height shall be
no less than 10(inches) from center to ground height.
Oiling System: Wet sump supplied oil systems only. Pump must
be located in pan or an external belt driven single stage pump supplied from wet pan
No additional pressurized oil lines except to oil cooler permitted. No external oil tanks
or accu-sump type systems allowed.
Cylinder Heads: Stock cast iron production cylinder castings
only. All cylinder heads specifications as posted within PASS pro stock provisions apply.
Crankshaft: Steel production design only. Aftermarket
crankshafts allowed, yet must be similar to construction and appearance to O.E.M. design.
Maximum Stroke shall be Chevrolet:3.500, Ford:3.515, Chrysler:3.500.
Rods: Steel connecting rods only. No stainless, Aluminum or Titanium rods
Camshaft & Lifters: Any lift solid or hydraulic type
steel camshaft allowed. No roller cams or lifters permitted.
Pistons: Minimum 3 ring Flat top pistons only. 2 or 4 valve
relief permitted. No portion of piston may protrude above top of block surface edge.
Intake: Any standard production typical design aftermarket
intake permitted. Only current production design intakes permitted. No modifications with
the exception of up to ½ port matching allowed.
Carb Spacer: One solid material spacer, maximum height of
1 permitted. No wedge shape spacers allowed. Spacer must retain exact parallel shape
throughout. No beveling, tapering, flaring or radiusing permitted. May not be stepped or
undercut. Maximum gasket thickness shall be .075, one located at top and bottom of spacer
Holley 4412 2 barrel carb only except on crate engine options.
Holley 600 or 650 4 barrel on factory fast burn engine options.
Holley 600,650 or 750 4 barrel on factory ZZ4 engine option.
All carbs must meet typical PASS specs., as well meet all tech gauges and specified
Exhaust: (added for 2008)
a. All cars must have mufflers in "as produced condition". Howe #3002, 3006,
or H-3018 are to be used. Other Manufacturer built mufflers must be approved
before competition and meet sound level specifications.
b. Cars not adhering to this rule or excessively loud cars may not be
allowed to compete or may be assessed a weight penalty.
c. Exhaust must extend behind driver. The exhaust must exit under the car .
A minimum of 6 inches is required between door panel and location of exhaust
dump point. Must be turned down.
d. Maximum allowable noise decibel to be 100db. Due to increasing noise
ordinances at many facilities in which the series competes at, PASS
officials will be required to enforce noise levels as posted. Facility
ordinances will determine as to whether enforcement will be limited to teams
being fined or restricted from competition due to violation of maximum db.
Transmission: No Jericho or Bert type transmissions
permitted. Minimum 2 forward working gears and reverse. Ratios as specified in PASS
pro stock rules.
Clutch: Minimum 5.5 permitted.
Rear End: Differential or carrier to be solid spool or
Shocks: Retail cost not to exceed $350.00. Only exception
will be the Penske Red #7500 series shock. Any other shock that exceeds the
monetary amount must be approved by PASS. No base valves permitted. Pressure not to exceed
300 psi. No external tanks permitted.
Springs: Coil over springs may not exceed 2 5/8 i.d. No
Barrel type springs permitted. No progressive springs permitted. No coil over eliminator
type assemblies permitted. Big spring type chassis require a minimum 5 i.d. spring
in proper position.
Tread width: 66 wide maximum.
Steel head, Flat top engine 2 brl.
2800 lb. 57% left
GM 88958604 Fast burn 400 Spec engine untouched.
GM ZZ4 crate engine option untouched.
2700 lb. 58% left
Cam change option on Fast burn or ZZ4 engine option.
ADD 50 lbs.
Straight rail chassis.
ADD 25 lbs.
0-2 engine set back.
ADD 25 lbs.
All competing body options must remain within parameters of each option in regards to
spoiler height and specifications. Weights will be the same within all body options.
Left side percentage not to exceed posted amount before, during or after event. Fuel may
be added for total weight consideration. No allowance in regard to left side percentage.
Total weight before race with driver.
PASS reserves the right to revise weight distribution amongst different options in the
interest of parity and fair competition.
Outlaw Body Specs and Maximum Parameters
After market nosepiece required with 8" backset maximum, measured 15 off ground
anywhere across nose. Center of front wheel forward to front of nose 45" maximum
1. Bottom of rear bumper to the ground will be 12" maximum. Bumper must be straight
and located at very rear of quarter panel. Bumper length 72".
2. Quarter panel rear overhang from center line of rear axle 46" maximum.
3. Quarter panel width at rear 72" maximum. Body width - maximum of 82" over
center of front tires, maximum of 76" over the center of the rear axle.
4. Rear deck length 28" maximum, measured from the base of the spoiler to the edge of
the back window, not to the mounting flange or added-on piece.
5. Top of spoiler to ground 40" maximum. Spoiler size - 6" x 72" maximum,
spoiler will be clear, flat material with 1" maximum lip optional. Maximum of 3
spoiler supports made of round tube 3/4" maximum diameter.
6. Height of roof measured 10" back from top of windshield, 45" minimum with no
more than a 2" drop. Minimum roof dimensions, 45" wide x 38" long. Top of
windshield or front edge of roof to base of rear spoiler 102" maximum.
7. Full front windshield and full stock appearing rear window mandatory. All windshield
and rear window contours will be flat or convex.
8. No body ledges over 4" maximum. No lips or verticals anywhere on body. No concave
C pillars. Flat or convex only. Wheel flares can NOT extend out past the sidewall of the
tire, and can NOT extend farther back than the rear of the tire!
9. Side windows opening 12" x 22" minimum with no moveable panels.
10. Minimum 3 ground to panel clearance mandatory.
11. Rear body MUST have a filler panel
extending from the base of the rear spoiler down extending a minimum of 12 (inches).
Rear filler panel must extend the distance between both quarter panels from side to side.
Panel must be solid without holes or any form of air passages constructed into its
Minimum 3 measured with driver. NO LIFT! Before, during and after event.
Spoiler must be constructed of clear Lexan material and not obstructed in any form.
No side boxing permitted. Maximum spoiler supports not to be constructed of any material
in excess of ¾ DOM.
Spoiler heights: Measured from ground surface to top edge of
ABC body 8.0 high X 60 length 43 to ground Maximum
99-Downforce 7.0 high X 60 length 42 to ground Maximum
Wedge/Outlaw 6 high X 72 length 40 to ground Maximum
Maximum spoiler height to be measured before, during and after race.
PASS reserves the right to modify rules in
interest of fair and equitable competition.
PASS officials have final determination of legality and intent of all parts
Official Tire for the 2007 PASS Outlaw season is Americian Racer, EC-11 left and EC-21
right. All tires
must be purchased through Northern Race Tire. Tires may be ordered, by chalk size up until Wednesday @ 5:00 pm prior to that
weeks race, by calling Northern Race Tires at 603-539-1566. Competitors will not be
permitted to pick out their tires at the Northern Race Tire warehouse.
only picked out tires at the track on race day. The $ 132.00 price per tire is for mounted or
loose, includes applicable state, provincial, or VAT taxes.
2. Each team is
permitted to purchase a maximum of 6 registered new tires at the seasons
first 2 events.
3. Any team that is new to the series thereafter is permitted to purchase a
maximum of 4 registered tires at their first event of the season.
4. All teams are restricted to the purchase of 3 new registered tires for
other events throughout the season. Each respective team is responsible for
the use of one of the tires from the most previously competed in event at
each race. That tire
must be registered at tire truck.
5. All teams are permitted to purchase 4 new registered tires for any Outlaw
series races that are posted as combination North and Central series events.
6. If a team cuts or “flats” a new registered tire purchased the day of the
event during practice or qualifying for given event that team may contact
series technical director and replacement may be granted upon decision. This
does not include previous week’s tire which is mandated. In that event said
team will be required to utilize one of its other 3 tires used in the
7. Tires are not to be changed during event unless they are flat. Any team
determined to have changed tires without cause will be penalized 2 laps per
8. In the event a respective team fails to qualify or is removed from
competition within 20 laps of the race inception, that team must contact
series technical director to determine if those tires may be eligible for
competition for next event attended. Otherwise all teams are mandated to
purchase 3 tires per event.
9. Teams are permitted to purchase practice tires at their own discretion.
Only registered tires are permitted during qualifying and featured events.
Practice tires must be stamped practice.
10. All race day tires serial numbers will be recorded at the track truck. These tires must
be used for qualifying and feature. After car is qualified, PASS officials will check
serial numbers and mark tires. These tires must be be used for the feature race unless a
different format is announced at the drivers meeting.
11. All race day tires must be either, (1) bolted on the race car, or (2) stacked at the
rear of your trailor, outside, in clear view at all times. At no time will competitors be
permitted to take your race tires inside your trailor during the race event, unless
instructed to do so by a PASS series official.
$500 fine and tires become practice tires only.
12. All wheels must be clearly marked with car number on the outer face.
13. Durometer Rules: At the discretion of PASS.
question, any tampering with compound, branding, serial numbers or any
alteration to any tires found in competition will be considered illegal!
PASS officials have final determination without recourse.
15. Absolutely NO chemical treatment of tires permitted.
PENALTY: $1,000.00 fine. Team will be disqualified for all points and money
won in the event. The team will loose half of your season points and any provisional
starting positions for the remainder of the season.
16. All tires are subject to impound and
testing at the discretion of PASS officials.