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Post  BigRigTech on August 29th 2016, 11:17 am

Our local tracks have gotten together and decided that all Super-Pro cars require an engine diaper for the 2017 season. I'm not looking forward to trying to fit one on my BBF powered fox body. Anyone have a particular brand to use or avoid?
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Post  BigDave65 on August 29th 2016, 11:51 am

I've got a Champion on my car but it's a full tube chassis. It fits the engine pretty nice, doesn't sag. The DRE diapers are great too!
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Post  bbf-falcon on August 30th 2016, 3:48 am

DRE fit nice on most combos. Some of the track rules are crazy imo. I agree w/diapers.But why just S/Pro. I guess the High powered Pro cars are accident free huh.

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Post  Curt on August 30th 2016, 10:44 am

DRE for sure.
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Post  whatbumper on August 30th 2016, 10:51 pm

The name brand ones are very nice. I sell a cheap version that's made in the USA that is a universal fit that's a great price. It's not fitted to a particular engine but does the job. I have the same one on my flat pan Windsor in fox body and our bbc 69 Camaro with a conventional pan. We just use the same type of pads in the diaper for oil soak.

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