ALK and SCCA
I've been reading around and building a list of stuff to get when I purchase the new car.
Amongst these things is an Anti-Lift Kit.
My goals for the car is to do a chunk of mods to put the car solidly in it's Street Touring class then go race on the weekends.
As one of the potential downsides with this, it has been repeated a few times that the installation of an ALK would bump the car into a prepared class (which one wasn't stated) as opposed to many other mods which land you in the touring class.
Last night I read a *great* chunk of the SCCA handbook and didn't find anything listing caster-only devices (such as an ALK) specifically allowed or dissallowed in any of the classes at all, save the my-car-is-so-race-it's-not-street-legal prepared classes. The closest thing they ever get to caster adjustments is by saying that if your camber plates give the car caster too, that's cool by them.
Would one of the SCCA know-it-alls clue in a noob as to where the ALK falls in the SCCA jumble, I just can't seem to find it.
Note: If I've stuck this in the wrong forum *please* move it to where it belongs, I figured thsi would be most relevant.