This event will count to the 2002 dB Drag Final and the 2003 SLAP dB Championship. It is the last weekend to accrue points for the dB Drag Final so come out and play.
The new "Mini Street" class in dB Drag will also be offered. "Mini Street" will have the exact same rules as Street Class except the old street power rules are in effect. You are allowed 600 watts RMS or less in Mini Street 1-2 and 1200 watts RMS in Mini Street 3-4. The RMS value used will be the RMS value of the amp stated by the manucacturer at its lowest safe ohm load. For example, a Lanzar 1200D would be fine for Mini Street 3-4, but not for Mini Street 1-2.
Other important info about the show:
Cost: $15 for either event or $25 for both
When: Saturday September 28th (Rain or Shine)
Where: Same place as always, behind the Community Bank on James St.
Why: Cause it is fun!
Raffle Items: RW Audio LD4.12
$50 Gift Certificate to SS Electronics in Adams
Pair of 2" Lexon tweeters
(2) $25 Cash Prizes
Pair of Cadence 3 1/2" speakers (US-33)
Pair of Cadence 4" speakers (US-44)
Pair of Cadence 5 1/4" speakers (US-55)
10 Cadence shirt packs (shirt + another item)
Other items to be added later
A competitor gets one free raffle ticket for each contest entered. So if someone enters both shows they get two free tickets. Extra tickets can be purchased by competitors or the audience for the price of $5 per ticket. This year Cadence donated quite a bit items. A big thanks to them!
Thanks to Matt Chapman for use of the Linear X meter!
Directions from I-81
1. Get off on exit 47 (Bradley St.) in Watertown
2. Take Rt. 12 North towards Clayton
3. Clayton is 20 miles from the highway
4. You will pass through a small town called Depauville
5. Once in Clayton keep driving through the stop light
6. Community Bank is 4 blocks down from the stop light on the left hand side
*Note: There may be some road construction on Rt. 12 between Depauville and Clayton*
Approx travel times:
Watertown: 20 min
Syracuse: 1 1/2 hours
Rochester: 2 1/2 hours
Buffalo: 3 1/2 hours
Albany: 3 1/2 hours