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joeekrub
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Sorry for the simple question but can anyone post a the simple difference between SM and SSM (i think those are the two classes)

I have searched, I havent been able to find a definite answer

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http://cms.scca.com/documents/Club%20Rules/09%20GCR/2009GCR.pdf

Start on page 497.

Then read here:

http://rpperformanceracing.com/specssm

Major differences in air intake, exhaust, camber & weight and dyno sealed AFM.

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It depends upon where in the country you live and whether you are looking at SCCA or NASA. Here is the link to the Atlanta region SSM rules.
http://www.atlantascca.org./club-racing/rules/100-200...oom-spec-miata-rules.html

The basic difference is that in SSM you are limited to 90-93 models, you have to use the stock air intake, oem or mazdacomp exhaust and catayltic conv replacement pipe, stock plugs and wires.

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does one have more entries in events than others?

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SM has more cars. If you come down to Florida to run......we only have SM.

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In the GreatLakes SSM entry is a guaranteed podium.

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In Wash DC (MARRS, Summit Point) there are usually more SSM entries than SM.

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quote:
Originally posted by d mathias:
In the GreatLakes SSM entry is a guaranteed podium.

In the South East in general this is true - seldom see more than 3 SSM's in SCCA in SE - but you will regularily see 30 to 60 SM's here - more than 60 at Sebring for Turkey Trot in Nov

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