Car Specifications


This is the main-stay car we are racing with the aim of making it as cost effective as possible.
For a full list refer below, but the general guild lines are as followers;
Chassis: Champion Turbo Flex only, only basic chassis modifications permitted as per New Zealand Slot Car Association rules (1/24 Flexi)
Motors: You can use either the JK Falcon 7 or JK Hawk (std) in this class. This is to keep the cost down and make it affordable for everyone.
Body: You can race any commercially available LMP / sports/GTP style body which has to be painted, driver interiors are not compulsory. Wing car or Wedge style bodies are not permitted.
For the points series you can use either  a Holden Commodore or a Ford Falcon body with interior (Hobbies Plus)
NB: other motor set ups S16D /Group 12 etc maybe used on social nights / teams racing or practice.

General Car Rules (Apply to all classes)

All cars/racers are expected to comply with guild lines. It is the drivers responsibly to make sure of the legality of their cars/equipment
These rules apply to all classes of 1/24th cars unless variations are specified in individual rules for individual  classes.

these apply to all classes of cars unless variations are specified in individual class rules


1.1 Width - maximum width is 82.5mm [3.25”] excluding body pins. 

1.2 Clearance - minimum clearance is .6mm [.025”] under the rear axle and gear at the start of the nights racing. The gear may not protrude below the chassis
[The scrutineer’s decision on width and clearance is final and any car deemed to be at risk of damaging the track during a race will be immediately black flagged]


2.1 One Guide - only one guide flag allowed, with a blade not more than 27mm long, the guide must be black or made of graphite for lap counting purposes

2.2 Spacers nut etc - guide nut, spacers, clips, lead-wire and earring backs are free


3.1 All cars must have a total of four wheels 

3.2 Rear wheels & tires - Rear tire width may not exceed 20.5mm [.810”]

3.3 Front Wheels / Axle- Where front wheels and axle are required the front wheels when extended against the outer axle wheel retainers the dimension must not be greater than the overall width allowed for that class, the front axle may not float sideways any more than 0.5mm.

3.4 Tire Goop – the use of any tire goop or glue on the rear tires is prohibited. [Spray glue will be applied to the track from time to time as the race directors see fit].


4.1 Body Classes

(a)   GTP – a high downforce body with long sideplates – can be an open or closed sportscar. GTP refers to the class of bodies that are called GTP by USRA, and called Eurosport by BSCRA. 

(b)   LMP – a lower downforce body with short sideplates - can be an open or closed sportscar. LMP refers to the style of LMP and Daytona prototype bodies initially popularized by JK, and now called GT1 by USRA, and Group 12 by BSCRA.

(c)    Saloon –       VE Commodore    Hobbies Plus   VE 24830A         0.007”

                                      VE Commodore    Hobbies Plus   VE 24830B         0.010”
                                      FG Falcon            Hobbies Plus    FG 24660A        0.007”
                                      FG Falcon            Hobbies Plus    FG 24660B        0.010”                                 The body must be cut to the manufactured cut line. The bodies must be cut to these lines which will give the correct height for the front air dam and rear bumper when mounted onto chassis.
              Interior –must have a 3D painted driver figure, and a sufficiently full interior so  that no chassis or components can be seen through the windows

          (d)   Nascar - only the JK products Nascar 4" 0.010 thick body to be used.       
              Part number JK70524B  . The body must be cut to the manufactured cut line         
              Interior Is optional 

          4.2  Paint - bodies must be fully painted and sufficiently opaque so that no chassis or components can be seen through the body when viewed from above. Windscreens and windows must be left clear. A clear strip may separate the wing from the main body

4.3  Numbers – all cars must have at least 1 readable number, of the same numeral. Numbers 1, 2 and 3 cannot be used. 

4.4 Wheel arches – front wheel arches must be clear or cut out. Trimming for front or rear wheel clearance may not extend into the top surface of the body

4.5 Cover chassis - The chassis and guide must be completely covered by the body when viewed from above – the only exception to this is front suspension arms and lead wires for Formula One cars

4.6 Trimming & cut outs - Body shape is to remain as manufactured except for the necessary cutouts to clear axles and wheels

The front of the body may not be cut so high as to lose the shape and detail of the front

4.7 Body Mounting – Bodies may be fixed to the chassis by any combination of tape, clips or pin tubes. Where pin tubes are used they must be located in the existing body fixing chassis holes


5.1 Type - Champion Turbo Flex chassis only – standard and light weight pans allowed

5.2 Blueprinting – chassis may be flattened and straightened, wheel towers straightened to ninety degrees, guide tongue leveled and doubled, rear bearing holes filed out to enable rear axle to be set level and at ninety degrees to direction of movement, sharp edges rounded to avoid track damage, and chassis assembled to allow pans to move freely

5.3 Motor mounting - may enlarge motor bracket holes to clear the motor bushing, but the full bracket outline must remain. May solder motor in place, and brace it to the chassis

5.4 Bracing - may add bracing to support the rear axle uprights

5.5 Rear axle bushings – oilites or brass only, may solder or glue axle bushings into place

5.6 Gears – any 48 or 64 pitch gears allowed

5.7 Tape & weight - may apply tape to the chassis and add lead weight

5.8 Front wheels – must have two front wheels 

5.9 Front axle - may solder front axle to front wheel towers

5.10 May not  remove chassis material, except as specified above [the original manufacturers method of joining the chassis pieces together and articulating their movement must be retained]

6. MOTOR: 


          6.1. JK Products Falcon,       Part No:            JK3020
                                                          JK30202   JKIV
                                                          JK30205   JKV
                                                          JK30207   JKVII
          6.2      Top Line Inc (tsrf)   Part No:                        On Packaging,                    ATCD302  Falcon 7 Racing Motor
                                                                        On pinion end of can,      TSF F7
                                                                        Label on motor,              tsr

                                                Part No:                        On Packaging,                ACD301  Falcon 7 Racing Motor
                                                                        On pinion end of can,      TSF F7
                                                                        Label on motor,              tsr

           6.3       No modifications permitted, must remain sealed as manufactured.

           JK Hawk

6.4   Blueprinted (epoxied armature, comm trued,dynamic balanced, magnets zapped.)  or a standard motor. 
(Must use standard can, standard magnets, Chinese arm)
Springs, bushes etc are free (no ball bearings)

6.5      No other modifications permitted 



The basis guidelines for this class will be as per New Zealand Slot Car Association Rules 1/32 Scale Class 5.
Chassis: Parma international 32
Motor: JK Falcon only
Body: Any Commercially available 1/32 Saloon Car sedan body (Un -raked)

These classes aim to provide an inexpensive yet competitive racing for everyone.

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