Mine is the same as my car number.
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I quit doing it because stuff runs out at different times and then you had to fill out the tech card anyway. It might be worth it if all the safety equipment was good for say five years or so.
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Mine is 00535, issued by Div V the first year they offered them. (When was that anyway, Y2K, or maybe '99 or '01)? Guessing your dad's car was that same year as well.
Dan "Jim" Moore
Much too young to feel this damn old!!
I actually found an ETI sheet in my dad’s old log book and it’s dated 8/20/2000 and I’d be willing to bet that was the first year.
I believe it was and I had it done back then. Not much reason for an ETI on a bracket car being most tracks don't tech anyway but for class racing, it saves time and both my cars get an ETI at the start of the season.
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The eti made tech really simple at the big money Fling races last year...Vegas, Galot, and Bristol.
Never questioned a thing once they saw the cert sticker on chassis.
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