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Tuesday Tech Question presented by Evans Coolant



I have a Pro Street style 1964 Chevy II that I drive on the street and would like to take it to my local NHRA Track on their Test & Tune nights.  I have moved the battery to the trunk and was told that I need a battery shutoff on the back of the car.  Is this true?




Yes it is.  In the 2019 NHRA Rulebook section 4A, E. T. page 7, Electrical: 8, Master Cutoff it reads “Mandatory on any car with a battery running 9.99 (6.39) or quicker, any car exceeding 135 mph, or on any car where the battery is relocated into the trunk area.”