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    Hi. I've been to 2 events in my Honda in the hs car class, but it's come to my attention that I might be registering in the wrong class. My after market wheels are 7.5" wide which I believe is slightly wider than the original steelies. My only other mods are axle back exhaust, window visors and tint. Should I be in street touring?

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    Re: 2011 Honda Fit

    Originally posted by Jason Lennox View Post
    Hi. I've been to 2 events in my Honda in the hs car class, but it's come to my attention that I might be registering in the wrong class. My after market wheels are 7.5" wide which I believe is slightly wider than the original steelies. My only other mods are axle back exhaust, window visors and tint. Should I be in street touring?
    That's correct. Your OEM wheel size is 16"X6". So you should be classed in STF.

    From the 2016 SCCA Solo Rules:

    "13.4 WHEELS
    Any type wheel may be used provided it complies with the following:

    A. It is the same width as standard and as installed it does not have an offset more than ±7.00 mm (±0.275”) from a standard wheel for the car. The resultant change in track dimensions is allowed.

    B. Wheel (rim) diameter may be increased or decreased 1” from the standard part.
    Wheel spacers are permitted provided the resultant combination complies with the offset requirements of this Section. On vehicles supplied with an OE wheel spacer, the wheel spacer shall be considered as a part of the wheel. Wheel studs, lug nuts, valve stems (including pressure-relief types), and/or bolt length may be changed. Tire pressure monitoring sensors may be re- moved."

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      Re: 2011 Honda Fit

      Okay thanks.
      Originally posted by krobro View Post
      That's correct. Your OEM wheel size is 16"X6". So you should be classed in STF.

      From the 2016 SCCA Solo Rules:

      "13.4 WHEELS
      Any type wheel may be used provided it complies with the following:

      A. It is the same width as standard and as installed it does not have an offset more than ±7.00 mm (±0.275”) from a standard wheel for the car. The resultant change in track dimensions is allowed.

      B. Wheel (rim) diameter may be increased or decreased 1” from the standard part.
      Wheel spacers are permitted provided the resultant combination complies with the offset requirements of this Section. On vehicles supplied with an OE wheel spacer, the wheel spacer shall be considered as a part of the wheel. Wheel studs, lug nuts, valve stems (including pressure-relief types), and/or bolt length may be changed. Tire pressure monitoring sensors may be re- moved."

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