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Posted 15th October 2019

ORANZ have had a few rule changes that come into place at the beginning of 2019. Below in red are the rule changes off the ORANZ website http://www.oranz.co.nz/information/rule-book/, and how TransQuip is able to help you out with these.

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‘All vehicles must be fitted with at least one rear facing blue solid or strobing LED light. This light must be connected in such a manner that it illuminates automatically at all times while the engine is running. The dust light lens must have a minimum area of 60cm2. Must be visible from an angle of 45 degrees either side of the longitudinal axis of the vehicle. Multiple lights of a smaller diameter may be mounted immediately adjacent to each other to achieve a result, e.g 2 x 30cm2 lights. Solid amber dust lights can remain on the rear.


The light must be sufficiently bright to the satisfaction of the Scrutineer/Tagger or CTO Orange flashing rearward facing lights are to be used on Track or Roving Marshal vehicles only.

9116B

Take a look at our blue directional flashing light – the #9116B. This is a small high intensity light head which can be synchronised to flash together - simultaneously or alternatively. It meets the SAE class 1 standard and is tough and reliable so will keep up to speed on the track. Its size is 132mm long x 49mm wide x 19mm high which is just over the required 60cm2.

‘All vehicles competing in Enduro events must be fitted with a forward-facing solid white spotlight with a minimum sized lamp of 50W or equivalent LED’s (approx. 400 Lumens).’

4730S

We can sort you for this to, we have a range of different worklights as seen here. Our most popular is the #4730S. It is 1300 lumens with a tough alloy housing, and stainless steel swivel mounting bracket. Head size is 115mm diameter. Standard model comes with 2 mounting plates also, so it can be flat mounted. It is waterproof IP67 and radio interference free, so perfect for the racing track.