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  • Hot Street rules on frame and swingarm.

    According to the AMRA Rules. It has to be a stock oem frame, stock appearing with all lights etc, etc. Now, I know most of those guys racing that class, and all but the Buells are running stock wheelbase, cause that is what the rules say. Either Ryan is a fuckin' liar, or Marty really looked the other way on his bike, and that right there is proof that piece of hammer shit has never ran at any sanctioned race where they run HS. He can't run that stretched crotch rocket lookin' thing without being in direct violation of the rules. Saw he posted a time slip and pic of the bike on dragtimes. Ryan if you are reading this the new schedule is out. Baton Rouge is where you can find me for the opener, I'll have a bike and 10k there waiting. Fuckin' liar. And for bikes too, so I can put a match to that bullshit machine.

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    68" wheelbase...

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      That rule used to only apply to the Twinkies. I verified it....oh well. He still isn't running fast enough on that piece of shit. We always had problems with the rule interpretations when we ran Top Gas in AHDRA....and the changing of the rules at anytime. We were thinking of running the entire AMRA season, we tried them when the change first came and my partner just couldn't get along with the rules. We'll see. I like racing for way more money then you can make chasing that event .

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      • #4
        If that's the case than just about every XL racing in HS doesn't qualify.. Most are at 68" @ 1250 cc

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        • #5
          I dont know if my build will qualify within HS specs or not as of yet being at 90" and 4-6" over swing arm with a gsxr front end.. But hopefully will be done for LA race..

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          • #6
            Came across these... May help clear things up
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            • #7
              Hot street specs
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              • #8
                Better info
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                • #9
                  I mean this in the nicest way possible Stocker, but the Internet is kinda making fun of this thread.
                  Last edited by Onebrkbstrd; 01-23-2017, 07:29 PM.

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                  • #10
                    Originally the rules stated oem frame. Period. Folks that could launch a stock wheel based high powered bike well weren't the racers that cried for the rule change. I don't give a fuck what folks that live on the internet say...We had an 883 come out of our shop that was running the 10.90 index. Compression, cams heads pipe light weight and a light weight rider...What is the big deal. If these 250 pound motherfuckers would get a bike for their size they would not have to do all that crazy shit to make it run.

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                    • #11
                      There is a big bike race goin on in louisiana in February at NO PROBLEM RACEWAY.
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                      • #12
                        We'll be there. We used to race a F/SA Duster there all the time. Nice track. NHRA regional track.

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                        • #13
                          How did you guys do at the Amra event? What was the weather like?

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