The results for the Tipton, Washington & Monticello pulls and the points race results are now available:
A Heavy Hot Farm Invitational class has been added to Sigourney’s July 4th, 6:30 competition. This class will not compete for points but for prize money only. ECI rules apply.
Despite mother nature’s attempts the East Central Iowa Pullers Association took to the track Saturday night, May 31 in Blairstown. A big thank you to all of the workers who bladed the mud off the track and built an awesome track for our first pull of the year. Also thank you to the fans that stuck it out to watch our show. Almost 50 vehicles competed on the ECIPA track. Pull results and rankings in the points race are now available. Our next competition is Wednesday, June 25 at the Howard County Fair in Cresco.
ECIPA hosts its first event in Blairstown, Iowa tonight, May 31 at 6:30 pm. The track is on the north edge of Blairstown on HWY 83.
Congratulations to the 2013 ECIPA Class Champions:
Pro Farm Tractors: Ryan Schrader
Light Hot Farm Tractors: Kelly Dietz
Heavy Hot Farm Tractors: Andrew Vorwald
6700 lb Limited Pro Stock Tractors: Donny Newton
9300 lb Limited Pro Stock Tractors: Andy Schuldt
Diesel Trucks: Jerry Crow
4WD Trucks: Eric and Cole Egge
Open: John Moyer
Tractor and Truck Pull Benefit
Saturday, September 14th at 6:00 pm
Location: Linn County Fairgrounds in Central City
ECIPA Members can use their ECIPA 2013 admission cards and all competitors will receive 2 free admissions with each pulling vehicle
Pro Farm Tractors
Light Hot Farm Tractors
Heavy Hot Farm Tractors
6700 lb Limited Pro Stock
9300 lb Limited Pro Stock
Lunch and Auction Benefit
Saturday, September 21st starting at Noon
Location: Mike’s Bar – 102 South Main, Alburnett
Noon Luncheon – $7.00 (Pork loin-chicken)
Live Auction – 2:00 pm
ECIPA pull results from the Springville event and current points race results are now available.
The current ECIPA turbocharger rules allow a maximum 4 inch diameter exhaust outlet and a maximum 3 inch diameter inlet with a “smooth bore” inlet cover. The alternative to this has been a GT-42 (3 inch max exhaust outlet and 3 inch max inlet) with an unaltered factory slotted inlet cover.
The proposed change would be to allow any brand/model 3 inch exhaust outlet maximum and 3 inch inlet maxiumum with a slotted cover (doesn’t have to be a GT-42 anymore and slots are whatever they are). ANY EXHAUST LARGER THAN 3 INCH DIAMETER MUST HAVE A SMOOTH BORE 3 INCH INLET MAXIMUM.
So, if any new Outlaw turbo shows up, they will have to install a smooth bore cover, as they are now 3.6 inch on the exhaust.