Increase engine capacity in AORC

Wednesday 07 April, 2021
The Australian Off Road Commission (AORCOM) has approved an increase engine capacity to a number of already existing classes for 2023.
The Australian Off Road Commission (AORCOM) has approved an increase engine capacity to a number of already existing classes for 2023.

After extensive analysis of comparative data, consultation and feedback between AORC competitors, organisers and Off-Road Licence holders, Pro Buggy, Performance 2WD, Extreme 2WD, Production 4WD and Extreme 4WD classes will all see an increase in engine capacity to 7 litres.

The increase will allow competitors to run 7 Litres in all rounds of the AORC and in State events from 1 January, 2023.

The notice in change will provide ample lead time for competitors to prepare for the 2023 season. The overarching change in specific technical class specifications will be detailed shortly.
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