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What do you need?

Any vehicle that matches the basic class descriptions.

How much does it cost??

Using an old Landcruiser as an example to enter in the 4WD standard class all you'll need is:

• Roll Cage $300 (for materials)
• Fire Extinguisher $50
• Approved Race Harness $150
• CAMS Licence $60
• Club Membership $150 (family membership)
• Mud Tyres This one is open to debate with a lot of different variations being used but good chunky all terrain tyres will get you around the track


Who do I talk to?

Contact Peter Donovan on 0419 702 449 or president@temra.com.au
for more information.

What are the 2WD classes?

Class 1 2WD Standard
Is open to all 2WD automobiles, must only have one diff / drive axle and must
not be fitted with a transfer case.
The vehicle must have been able to be road registered at one time. The motor
and gearbox must be OEM and be located in the original position, it must be
naturally aspirated to a max of 200hp or 5000 cc (308ci)
No aftermarket fuel injection systems, ECU chips/programs or fuel pump altera-
tions are permitted


Class 2 2WD Open
Engine and gearbox modifications are permitted.
Any non-purpose built automobile may be permitted to run in Class 2 if the
automobile complies with all other Class 1 rules.

What are the 4WD Class requirements?

Class 3 4WD Standard
The vehicle must have been able to be road registered at one time with the
motor and gearbox must be OEM and remain in the original location for that
model.
Fuel injection or forced induction is not permitted unless it is OEM for the vehi-
cle, the engine must remain in standard configuration up to a maximum of 4500 cc.


Class 4 4WD Modified
The vehicle must have been able to be road registered at one time with the motor
and gearbox must be OEM and remain in the original location for that model.
Fuel injection or forced induction is not permitted unless it is OEM for that
vehicle and engine swaps are permitted with a maximum of first generation Ford
302cu in (4.9 l) Windsor, or a GM 307 cu in (5.0 l) produced from 1968 through
1973.


Class 5 4WD Pro Modified
The vehicle must have been able to be road registered at one time with the mo-
tor and gearbox must be OEM and remain in the original location for that model
except as specifically detailed in these regulations.
Forced injection is not permitted unless it is OEM for the automobile. Any fuel
injection system fitted must be OEM for the engine. No aftermarket fuel injec-
tion systems, ECU chips/programs or fuel pump alterations are permitted.
Some purpose built budget racers may be permitted in Class 5 if TEMRA
deems the automobile as not being competitive enough for Class 6. Automo-
biles must comply with Class 5 safety rules.


Class 6 Top Gun
Automobiles normally in other 4WD classes can run in this class if in the view of
TEMRA, the automobile is competitive.
(b) Supercharging must comply with Article T17 of these regulations.
(c) Any non purpose built automobile may be permitted to run in Class 6 if the
automobile complies with all other Class 6 rules.

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