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New Rule Changes Bring Excitement to No Prep King Season 7!

Exciting news is revving up the engines in the world of No Prep Kings! Doc just dropped some knowledge bombs on his Facebook page, giving us a sneak peek into the fresh rules shaking things up for Season 7.

Photo by Street Beast "Doc"


So, what's the deal? It looks like there's a new rule in town, and it's got everyone buzzing. Picture this: you can now crank up your overdrive, but there's a catch—you'll have to lug around some extra weight. Doc spilled the beans, explaining that racers can opt for a higher overdrive, but they'll have to slap on an additional 50 lbs of metal to their rides.


Now, for those of you wondering about the nitty-gritty, here it is straight from the horse's mouth. The current minimum weight sits at a beefy 2825 lbs, with racers cruising at 98% overdrive. But if you're not rocking a lockup, you can shave off 50 lbs. And if you're rolling in an old-school whip like Doc's, you catch a break and only drop 25 lbs. Nice, right?

Photo by Street Beast "Doc"


Doc spilled the beans about transmissions, too. If you're running a Turbo 400-style setup, you're in luck. Those Liberty transmissions? Well, they come with a penalty, so leave 'em at home if you want to keep it light. This means some cars can weigh in as light as 2750 lbs.


Now, here's where it gets juicy. Doc's beast of a car is tipping the scales at a hefty 2850 lbs. That's a hundred pounds heavier than the current rules allow, putting him at a serious disadvantage. With everyone else running at 98% overdrive, Doc might struggle to keep up.

Photo by Street Beast "Doc"


But fear not, there's a silver lining. Rumor has it that racers can now push their overdrive to a whopping 108%, thanks to the new rule tweak. That means more boost, more power, and more speed. And let's talk numbers for a second—two to three extra pounds of boost could mean a staggering 150 to 200 extra horses under the hood. Now, that's what we call a boost!


What does all this mean for the race? Well, if your ride's on the heavy side, you can crank up the overdrive and level the playing field. It's a win-win situation—more weight means more power, and more power means more speed. It's like leveling up in a video game, but with real-life horsepower.


So, is this the real deal? Doc seems pretty convinced, and it sure makes sense. Plus, it's about time the underdogs got a chance to shine. With these new rules, older cars like Doc's might just have a shot against the sleek, lightweight machines dominating the track.

Photo by Mallory Elizabeth Photography


So buckle up, No Prep Kings Season 7 is about to kick into high gear, and things are about to get wild. Stay tuned for all the action, because it's gonna be one hell of a ride.


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