Street Bike Shootout rules

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Street Bike Shootout rules

Post by Carl Blanton » Tue Mar 24, 2009 5:29 pm

Street Bike Shootout rules

We will have two classes 750 cc and smaller, 751 and larger. I am working on names for both classes.

D.O.T. tire

No wheelie bar

No delay box

Working head lights and tail lights

No 2-step

No solid mount swing arm

Must have front and rear brakes

Min. two inch ground clearance

Aftermarket body work is allowed but must resemble OEM style parts for model of motorcycle (extended tail sections and aftermarket gas tank permitted) . No half fairing or naked bikes unless sold as OEM .

No lift up full face helmet. Ankle boots required. Leathers recommended. Ballistic blankets are recommended.

Power adder rules pending.

Ballistic blankets are recommended.

All run paired on Pro ladder. .4 Pro tree, 1/4 mile

Subject to review and change.

Civil comments welcome.

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Re: Street Bike Shootout rules

Post by jimmyzrx » Tue Mar 24, 2009 8:21 pm

is there a wheel base limit?

auto shifters allowed?

can we run open exhaust... no muffler or baffle?

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Re: Street Bike Shootout rules

Post by bellisbusa » Wed Mar 25, 2009 5:09 am

jimmy,

i believe the decision was no wheelbase limit!
And no rules saying you can't have an autoshifter or open exhaust.

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Re: Street Bike Shootout rules

Post by kevino » Wed Mar 25, 2009 9:31 am

All bikes regardless of class in most if not all sanctioning require a dead man kill switch, & chain guard

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Re: Street Bike Shootout rules

Post by jimmyzrx » Wed Mar 25, 2009 9:47 am

Thanks Blake,

Kevin that is a good idea.

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