Will these number pass tech?

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  1. nac.00

    nac.00 EMRA Executive Member Staff Member

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    As long as they are the correct size will these work?
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    The location is probably fine so long as they are visible from the tower, but you also require numbers on the front of the bike.

    As Planepower said, check the handbook under 1.3 for the size requirements
     
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    Those numbers on the belly pan are a suppliment to the numbers on the front fairing (facing the tower or centered) and the numbers on the tail section. The reason you are seing them on the lower fairing now is because the new tail sections are getting too small to have numbers on either side.

    Hope that answers your question

    Justin
     
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    nac.00 EMRA Executive Member Staff Member

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    I really should have specified..... I was concerned about the font only.
    I am aware that the location is "tech-able"
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    it wouldn't pass at Mission. The 9s can be construed to look a bit like 4s. You'd also need larger if your tail section cannot house 6" numbers.
     
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    Can you alter the font slightly to make them more nine-ish?
     
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    The 194 on the bike in the background is more clear. It only takes one time in the tower trying to read bike numbers as they go by to realize why the rulebook requirements for numbers are there. Make it as big and clear as possible.
     

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