AMSOIL Masters Of Motors Rules Update And Application Extension

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve heard about JE Pistons organizing a new dyno competition, the AMSOIL Masters of Motors. Recently JE announced that in addition to still being scheduled for September 28 through October 1, 2020 at JE’s Mentor, Ohio facility, there have been a few rules changes to the class rules, along with an extension of the application deadline.

Potential competitors will now have until May 15, 2020 to apply for a spot in the competition HERE.

There will be two classes of competition — ARP Early Iron and Holley Performance Everyman’s LS —and both have received minor rules adjustments and clarifications.

ARP Early Iron

The Early Iron rules adjustment is more clarification than change, with the following additions:

Technical Rules – Section 300, added: “Scoring will be as follows; Competitor will turn in any 3 accepted dyno pulls from the Masters of Motors competition. The 3 dyno sheets will supply the average torque and average power, within the score range, and those quotients will be used. The 3 average torque numbers will be added together and divided by 3 to give the average torque quotient for scoring purpose. The same will be done with the HP average numbers from those sheets. The HP and TQ quotient averages will then be added together and multiplied by 1000 and divided by the cubic inch. Standard rounding will be used in the final score number. Example: 2461.7 = 2462”

Section 301 – Displacement, added: “Under bore, beyond the stock measurement for engine claimed is NOT permitted.”

Complete ARP Early Iron Rules can be found HERE.

Holley Performance Everyman’s LS

Similar to the Early Iron adjustment, the Everyman’s LS class is mainly clarifications, with the following additions:

Technical Rules – Section 300, added: “Scoring will be as follows; Competitor will turn in any 3 accepted dyno pulls from the Masters of Motors competition. The 3 dyno sheets will supply the avg torque and avg power, within the score range, and those quotients will be used. The 3 avg torque numbers will be added together and divided by 3 to give the avg torque quotient for scoring purpose. The same will be done with the HP avg numbers from those sheets. The HP and TQ quotient averages will then be added together and multiplied by 1000 and divided by 388 cubic inch. Standard rounding will be used in the final score number. Example: 2461.7 = 2462”

Section 319 – Headers, added: “The part number of the dyno header is Hooker/Blackheart 70101301-RHKR”

Complete Holley Performance Everyman’s LS rules can be found HERE.

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