Welcome to FARGO DRAG RACING

This is the information page for:

1. Minnesota King of the Streets

2. Top End Dragways LIST races

3. Playtime Performance Motorcycle Drag Race Series

All races are held at TOP END DRAGWAYS - 4147 70th St SW, Glyndon MN, 56547

 

 

 

 

Minnesota King of the Streets

Saturday, June 3

MN King of the Streets is a quarter mile, heads up, scoreboards off, single prep drag race for cash!!! Round pairings are by random draw. First round callouts allowed. All races are started by an instant green light(no ambers).

MN KOTS will be held in conjuction with a Tintmasters Street Legal race day. This means that a test-n-tune will be going on a the same time. The track will be prepped at the beginning of the day, and not re-prepped all day. In the case of an oil down, only the areas that need attention may get resprayed.

Every vehicle that races on this day will pay $40(cash/credit) at the front gate. This is your entry to the test-n-tune. If you are racing in the KOTS, there will be an additional fee to enter (cash only). This will be paid at KOTS tech line, NOT at the front gate. You must pay for the TNT if you are racing in the KOTS race.

All KOTS classes will have a base payout. The base payout is the MINIMUM guaranteed payout for that class. Each time a racer enters a class, their KOTS entry fee is added to the payout for the winner of that class. For every 8 entries into a class, TOP END DRAGWAYS will add $100 to the payout for the runner-up in that class. Base payouts are created by sponsors.

Base payouts:

BIKE: Win: $1000, R/U: $300, Losing Semis: $100

REAL STREET: Win: $1000, R/U: $300, Losing Semis: $100

OUTLAW (BIG & SMALL TIRE): Win: 80%, R/U: 20%, Base payout for both classes starts at $500. Winners of each class will race each other for an additional $1000.

Once you have paid your entry for the KOTS race, there are NO REFUNDS. If you break before the race, there are NO REFUNDS. If you are found to be illegal after you've been teched, there are NO REFUNDS. We reserve the right to tech any vehicle at any time. Refusal to be teched will be grounds for disqualification.

KOTS racers will not be allowed to make any test passes. Once a KOTS racer has been eliminated from competiion, they may make as many TNT passes as time allows.

Real Street & Motorcycle burnouts must be done in track provided water only. Outlaw classes may use homemade solutions.

KOTS class rules: Rules may be altered if we see a need. If a rules is changed, it will be announced on this page.

Spectator admission is $10.

 

 

Thank you to our sponsors!

Bottle Fed Nitrous Solutions - Dynotune Speed & Performance - Extreme Motorsports

Madfab - Playtime Performance - Pure Performance - Sandbeck Race Development

Throttle's Automotive - Tintmasters Motorsports - Top End Dragways

 

 

CLASSES & RULES

 

MOTORCYCLE - 2016 Champion - Rocky Anderson

1. $50 entry

2. DOT rear tire. No rear slicks of any type.

3. Oem-type hand clutch only. No sliders. No hand-sliders. No lockups. No bleeder valves of any kind. Aftermarket fibers/steels/springs ok. PLEASE COME TO TECH PREPARED TO PULL YOUR CLUTCH COVER FOR INSPECTION. Refusal to remove clutch cover is grounds for disqualificaiton.

4. No wheelie bars.

5. Currently licensed/registered/insured with proof.

6. License plate must be displayed of back of bike.

 

 

 

 

REAL STREET - 2016 Finalists - Jason Reinke & Mat Lind

1. $50 entry

2. 1/4 mile

3. Door cars only

4. Must be licensed/registered/insured with proof.

5. License plate must be displayed on exterior of car, front or back.

6. No wheelie bars

7. Drive tires must be DOT. Drag radials up to 325. Bias tires up to 28 x 11.50.

8. Must have functioning, OEM style headlights and taillights. Headlight(s) may not be removed for air intake.

9. Must have 2 functional front seats.(or 1 bench)

10. Cages may not be certified for quicker than 8.50.

11. Exhaust must exit behind the doors. If it's a 4 door, exhaust must exit behind the rear doors. Wastegates may dump anywhere.

12. Exhaust must have mufflers. Catalytic converters and/or oem resonators do not count as mufflers. Exhaust must exit post mufflers. Dual exhaust must have two mufflers. No active exhaust cut-outs.

13. Air-to-water intercoolers ok. All equipment must be forward of the firewall.

14. No lexan. The only exception is an application such as a pickup, and only if the rear window has cage bars going through it.

15. OEM firewall.

 

 

 

 

OUTLAW SMALL TIRE

1. $100 entry

2. 1/8 mile

3. Door cars only. No dragsters.

4. 29.5", 10.5" non-W maximum.

5. 315 drag radial maximum.

 

 

 

 

OUTLAW BIG TIRE - 2016 Champion - Ben Noonan

1. $100 entry

2. 1/8 mile

3. Door cars only. No dragsters.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top End Dragways LIST Races

Saturday, May 20 (Double Header)

Saturday, July 8

Saturday, August 12

Saturday, September 30

 

2017 LIST RULES

1. Current registration. (You must have paperwork. Tabs don't count)

2. Current insurance. (You must have paperwork.)

3. Working headlights and taillights.

4. Any tire.

5. Wheelie bars allowed.

6. 1/8 mile

7. No tow backs. Vehicles must drive back to the pits under their own power.(breakage excluded)

8. Each competitor must do a street cruise to Sabin once. If you have done the street cruise already, you aren't required to do it again unless you have made major changes to your vehicle. The cruise must be done in race trim.

9. Callouts will be handled at the track, the day of the race.

10. A racer may move up or down 3 spots in any given race day. Four may be allowed if both parties agree. Spotblocking is not allowed.

11. Be ready to hot lap your car. If you can't make the call, you lose the spot.

 

 

 

Top End Dragways LIST

1. Mike Qualley - '51 F1

2. Tyler Einarson - '98 Firebird

3. Mat Adams - '02 Trans Am

4. Ben Noonan - '62 Chevy II

5. Adam Tucker, '15 Hellcat

6. Todd Oberholtzer - '69 Chevelle

7. Austin Linder - '63 Spitfire

8. Ben Schroeder - '72 Nova

9. Will Barker - '93 Integra

10. Kevin Gelinske - '67 Camaro

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Playtime Performance Motorcycle Drag Race Series

Saturday, May 20

Saturday, July 8

Saturday, August 12

Saturday, September 30

Thank you to our sponsors!

Tintmasters Motorsports & UMotors

 

 

All sportbikes are eligible to compete that:

1. Have a paid entry to that day Street Legal Race. There is no additional fee to compete in the series.

2. Meet the rules criteria listed under the class that the bike will compete in.

 

 

 

General Rules:

1 Each racer may race one bike, per event, and have their results count toward a class.

2. A single bike may not be shared by competitors in a single class.

3. Each racer will receive a classification decal. The decal must be displayed in the proper location(On the windshield, on the tower-side of the bike) for a racer to be eligible to compete in the race series.

4. All rule interpretations and decisions regarding rules are left to the race director.

 

 

 

Safety Equipment/Licensing:

PLEASE PAY CAREFULL ATTENTION TO THIS SECTION. TOP END DRAGWAYS IS AN NHRA AFFILITATED TRACK, AND THEREFORE, FOLLOWS NHRA SAFETY GUIDELINES.

All entrants will have their ET's limited to what they, and their gear, are NHRA legal to. If you run a 9.80, but your licensing is only legal to 10.00, your run will not be counted. Each entrant is responsible for having proper gear for what they run. Each entrant is also required to have all applicable NHRA competition licenses. See below:

1. ALL racers must have protective clothing, including a leather jacket, leather boots/shoes that rise above the ankle, leather gloves and full face helmet with valid SNELL rating.

2. Motorcycles 10.99 and quicker must be equipped with a FUNCTIONAL ignition kill switch that is attached to the rider by a lanyard(a tether). Most stock motorcycles are equipped with a handlebar mounted thumb switch that can have a lanyard easily attached for this purpose.

3. ALL motorcycles must have a chainguard.

4. ALL racers on motorcycles that exceed 120mph MUST be equipped with leather pants. Jacket and pants must attach with a 360 degree METAL zipper.

5. Valid NHRA competition license mandatory for riders of any motorcycle running 9.99 (6.39) or quicker.

 

 

 

Spirit of the Rules/Cheating:

1. All racers are expected to compete within the 'spirit of the rules'. Because something is NOT listed as illegal in the rules, DOES NOT mean that it is automatically legal. Racers are expected to ask questions regarding gray areas.

2. Racers are required to inform tech/staff of all modifications done to their bike. If a bike is classed incorrectly, there is a possibility of reclassing the bike part way through the race day. This will be at the discretion of sportbike tech.

3. If a racer is deemed to be intentionally cheating, current year points may be revoked, and the racer may be banned from competing in the race series for any amount of time. Any penalties are at the discretion of the race director.

 

 

 

Qualifying:

Staging lanes will be open all day. You can make as many test and tune passes as time allows.

QUALIFYING SYSTEM FOR 2017

Qualifying passes will tentatively be held each hour at noon, 1:00 and 2:00. These are the only passes that will count toward the qualifying ladder. If a racer is not in the qualifying line at the proper time, that racer will forfeit that qualifying pass. The time and number of qualifying passes may be altered due to weather, track conditions, or other factors beyone our control.

 

 

 

Scoring:

1. Each day, all participating bikes will receive points toward the points championship.

2. Throughout qualifying, the 5 quickest bikes in each class will be listed on the scoreboard.

SEMIFINAL/FINAL SCORING SYSTEM FOR 2017

3. The four quickest qualifiers will race in the semifinals for their class. (#1 qualifier vs #4 qualifier, and #2 qualifier vs #3 qualifier........if there are only 3 bikes in a class, qualifiers #2 and #3 will race in a semifinal, with winner advancing to the final against the #1 qualifier.) The winners of the semifinals will race in a final to determine first and second place in the class. The losers of the semifinals will race in a consolation final to determine third and fourth place in the class. Semifinals and finals will be raced on a pro tree.

4. Any remaining bikes will earn 5th place, 6th place, etc.......which is determined by qualifying ET.

5. After the final race, the points will be awarded as follows: First = 10, Second = 8, Third = 6, Fourth = 4, Fifth = 2, all remaining competitors will receive 1 point.

6. In the case of inclement weather/track oildown, the qualifying standings at the time will stand as the final results.

 

SEASON POINTS FOR 2017

1. The season points will be totaled from a racer's three best finishes of the year. A racer that competes in all four races may drop the lowest point total from any race they competed in.

 

 

 

2017 CLASSES

 

Class descriptions are to be used as a template for what class a bike may be common to. If a racer wishes to race in a class that may include more difficult competition, that racer may do so. For example, a GSXR-1000 with an extended wheelbase may choose to race in the Big Bore class. The class must be chosen before that racer makes any passes that particular day. Classes may not be changed once a racer has made a pass that day.

 

Cruiser (CR) - 2016 Champion - Herm Balster

Class description:

Naturally aspirated cruiser-style motorcycles that ase not sportbike oriented. Unlimited internal motor modifications are allowed, as well as modified wheelbases/frames. Typical ET's in this class are 12.00+ seconds. In the spirit of competition, riders of faster/highly modified cruisers may choose to participate in the Lightweight Sportbike class, providing they conform to the Lightweight class rules.

Typically accepted Models: Harley Davidson, Victory, Yamaha Road Star, Kawasaki Vulcan, Honda VTX, Triumph Rocket III, etc.

General Safety: All bikes must be approved during NHRA technical inspection.

Frame: Any frame(factory, modified or custom) allowed. Mid controls or forward controls only. No rear sets or 'grudge pegs'.

Wheelbase: Unlimited.

Bodywork/Wheels: Any bodywork that is not sportbike related may be used. Any wheels are acceptable.

Suspension: Any aftermarket front/rear suspension acceptable. No minimum ground clearance.

Electrical: Bikes may not utilize a rev limiter that is lower than OEM stock. Headlight/taillight are not required. Any fuel/ignition controller may be used.

Starting System: Functional on-board starting systems required.

Brakes: At least one front and one rear brake required. All brakes must be functional.

Exhaust: Any exhaust accepted.

Clutch: Sliders, lockups and 'convertible' clutches are not allowed. On a hydraulic clutch system, no valve of any sort may be used to control the flow of fluid. Nothing other than the rider's left hand may be used to regulate the rate that the clutch is applied.

Tires: No flat slicks. Roadrace slicks ok.

Wheelie Bars: Wheelie bars prohibited.

Fuel: Any fuel accepted.

Transmissions: Air/Electric shifters are allowed. All transmissions accepted.

Internal Motor Work: Any level of engine modification is allowed.

Forced Induction: Forced induction is not allowed.

 

 

Cruiser Final Points Standings

1. Herm Balster, H-D Road Glide, 41 points (0/15/15/11) (12.16)

2. Kerri Lee, Yamaha Warrior, 34 points (10/12/12/0) (12.25)

3. Chad Johnson, Yamaha Warrior, 33 points (15/8/7/10) (12.33)

4. Jarrod Livingston, Kawasaki Meanstreak, 25 points (11/2/8/6) (12.97)

5. Brian Langlois, Victory Vegas, 15 points (0/0/0/15) (11.35)

6. Brett Livingston, H-D Fatbob, 8 points (6/0/2/0) (12.98)

7. Owen Eberl, Honda VTX1800, 7 points (0/7/0/0) (12.49)

8. Justin Lewis, Victory Vegas, 3 points (0/3/0/0) (12.83)

9. Ernest Trosen, Victory Judge, 3 points (3/0/0/0) (13.74)

10. Justin Jondahl, H-D Street Glide, 2 points (0/2/0/0) (13.52)

 

 

 

Lightweight (LW) - 2016 Champion - Joe Karvonen

Class description:

Naturally aspirated 600cc sportbikes and most Sport Twins/Triples. Bikes may have an extended wheelbase, unlimited engine/suspension modifications, and air shifters. Bikes must be naturally aspirated. Typical ETs in this class are 10.4012.00

Typically accepted Models: Honda CBR 600 (F2, F3, F4, F4i, RR), Yamaha R6, YZF 600, FZR 600, Kawasaki ZX-6, ZX-6R (includes RR and 636cc models), Suzuki GSXR 600, all Triumph models, Honda RC51, all Suzuki SV models, all Buell models, all Ducati models(except 1098), all Aprilia models. Older bikes of various engine sizes may be allowed to compete in the lightweight class. Those bikes must be approved by the race director.

General Safety: All bikes must be approved during NHRA technical inspection.

Frame: OEM factory stock frames must be used. Subframes may be modified/aftermarket.

Wheelbase: Unlimited.

Bodywork/Wheels: Any bodywork/wheels are acceptable.

Suspension: Any aftermarket front/rear suspension acceptable. No minimum ground clearance.

Electrical: 2-step rev limiters allowed. Headlight/taillight are not required.

Starting System: Functional on-board starting systems required.

Brakes: At least one front and one rear brake required. All brakes must be functional.

Exhaust: Any exhaust accepted.

Clutch: Sliders, lockups and 'convertible' clutches are not allowed. On a hydraulic clutch system, no valve of any sort may be used to control the flow of fluid. Nothing other than the rider's left hand may be used to regulate the rate that the clutch is applied.

Tires: No flat slicks. Roadrace slicks ok.

Wheelie Bars: Wheelie bars prohibited.

Fuel: Any fuel accepted.

Transmissions: Air/Electric shifters are allowed. No auto transmissions.

Internal Motor Work: Any level of engine modification is allowed. The original displacement of the bike is used for classification

Forced Induction: Forced induction is not allowed.

 

 

Lightweight Final Points Standings

1. Joe Karvonen, Aprilia SXV550/Kramer HKR Evo2, 30 points (0/15/0/15) (11.55)

2. Jesse Hoffart, Yamaha FZ-1 , 15 points (15/0/0/0) (10.33)

3. Lance Thody, Honda CBR600RR, 12 points (12/0/0/0) (11.17)

 

 

 

Supersport (SS) - 2016 Champion - Blake Seeba

Class Description:

Stock motor, stock wheelbase 1000cc sportbikes, Hayabusa & ZX-14R/12R. Bikes must remain stock wheelbase & stock motored. Some bolt-on modifications are allowed. Air shifters are prohibited. 'Launchmasters' and the like are prohibited. Typical ETs in this class are 9.50-10.50

(Ex-Middleweight bikes (GSXR-750, ZX-7R) may race in Supersport, under the Supersport rules, with the following exception: Bike may have an extended wheelbase. If the bike has additional modifications, outside of what is allowed in Supersport, the bike must move to the Heavyweight class.)

Typically accepted Models: Yamaha R1, Kawasaki ZX10R, Suzuki GSXR1000/750, Honda CBR1000RR, Suzuki Hayabusa, Kawasaki ZX-14(2006-2011, 2012 model is automatically in the Big Bore class), Kawasaki ZX-12/ZX-7R

Chassis: Must have stock swingarm. Wheelbase will be dictated by the limits of the swingarm. The swingarm may not be modified to allow additional wheelbase from stock. The swingarm must be from the model year of the bike. Cut frame rails not allowed.

Engine: Stock long block (performance-wise). The motor must be of the model year of the bike or an identical replacement. The following pieces may not have an aftermarket/modified replacement installed in their place: crankshaft, connecting rods, pistons, cylinder head, camshafts, camshaft sprockets, valves, valve springs, water pump. Engine compression must be stock. Engines must be naturally aspirated.
-The following modifications are allowed:
-Aftermarket cosmetic pieces (engine covers, quick access clutch covers, emissions block off plates, rearsets etc)
-Removal of emissions equipment (PAIR valves, etc)
-Removal of secondary throttle blades
-Basically, the long block may have no performance improvements over stock, aside from the removal of emissions equipment.

Modifications: Only bolt on modifications allowed. (i.e. exhaust systems (sidewinders ok, may remove oil cooler), fuel controllers, timing controllers, ECU flashes, ignition controllers, chassis lowering/strap(internally lowered forks allowed), gearing changes, air filters, velocity stacks, flat oil pans, aftermarket wheels & wheel bearings, etc)

Bodywork: Aftermarket upper/lower/tail accepted. Must retain factory headlight and factory/aftermarket taillight. Gas tank must be OEM. Lowers may be removed.

Fuel System: Stock fuel systems. Inline fuel controllers ok (Power Commander, Bazzaz, Yosh box, Two Brothers box, etc)

Clutch: Stock-type clutch setups. Aftermarket clutch pieces allowed, i.e. fibers, steels, baskets, slipper-disabling mods, springs. No lock-ups. On a hydraulic clutch system, no valve of any sort may be used to control the flow of fluid. Nothing other than the rider's left hand may be used to regulate the rate that the clutch is applied.

Tires: No flat slicks. Roadrace slicks ok.

Brakes: No brakes may be removed. Aftermarket rotors, lines and pads allowed. All brakes must be functional.

Shifting: No air/CO2/electric PUSHBUTTON shifters. No air/CO2/electric shifting mechanism may be attached to the shift linkage during a run. (i.e. If the bike is equipped with an air shifter, to be Supersport legal, the shift cylinder must be removed). Quickshifters ok. Aftermarket rearsets ok. The shifting must be done via a stock-type shifting linkage, with your foot.

Fuel: Any fuel may be used.

 

 

Supersport Final Points Standings

1. Blake Seeba, Yamaha R1, 45 points (0/15/15/15) (10.36)

2. Roger Schlect, Suzuki Hayabusa, 45 points (0/0/0/11) (10.62)

3. Dave Weierke, Honda CBR1000RR, 4 points (0/0/0/4) (10.42)

 

 

 

Heavyweight (HW) - 2016 Champion - Tyler Gortmaker

Class description:

Naturally aspirated, extended wheelbase, 1000CC sportbikes. Bikes may have an extended wheelbase, unlimited engine/suspension modifications, and air shifters. Bikes must be naturally aspirated. Typical ETs in this class are 9.10-10.20

Typically accepted Models: Yamaha R1 & FZR1000, Kawasaki ZX10R & ZX11, Suzuki GSXR1000 & 1100, Honda CBR1000RR & 1100XX

General Safety: All bikes must be approved during NHRA technical inspection.

Frame: OEM factory stock frames must be used. Subframes may be modified/aftermarket.

Wheelbase: Unlimited.

Bodywork/Wheels: Any bodywork/wheels are acceptable.

Suspension: Any aftermarket front/rear suspension acceptable. No minimum ground clearance.

Electrical: 2-step rev limiters allowed. Headlight/taillight are not required.

Starting System: Functional on-board starting systems required.

Brakes: At least one front and one rear brake required. All brakes must be functional.

Exhaust: Any exhaust accepted.

Clutch: Sliders, lockups and 'convertible' clutches are not allowed. On a hydraulic clutch system, no valve of any sort may be used to control the flow of fluid. Nothing other than the rider's left hand may be used to regulate the rate that the clutch is applied.

Tires: No flat slicks. Roadrace slicks ok.

Wheelie Bars: Wheelie bars prohibited.

Fuel: Any fuel accepted.

Transmissions: Air/Electric shifters are allowed. No auto transmissions.

Internal Motor Work: Any level of engine modification is allowed. The original displacement of the bike is used for classification

Forced Induction: Forced induction is not allowed.

 

 

Heavyweight Final Points Standings

1. Tyler Gortmaker, Honda CBR1000RR, 44 points (14/15/15/12) (9.72)

2. Scott Hansel, Suzuki GSXR-1000, 15 points (0/0/0/15) (9.42)

3. Matt Gravel, Kawasaki ZX-10R 13 points (13/0/0/0) (9.58)

4. Patrick Murphy, 9 points (9/0/0/0) (9.85)

 

 

 

Big Bore (BB) - 2016 Champion - Ryan Schumaker

Class description:

Naturally Aspirated Hayabusa-ZX14/12, BMW S1000RR , Naturally aspirated 1000cc bikes with lockup clutches. Typical ETs in this class are 8.80-9.80 Typically accepted Models: Suzuki Hayabusa, Kawasaki ZX-14R/12R, BMW S1000RR

General Safety: All bikes must be approved during NHRA technical inspection.

Frame: Cut seat rails allowed. Short necking allowed. Subframes may be modified/aftermarket.

Wheelbase: Unlimited.

Bodywork/Wheels: Any bodywork/wheels are acceptable.

Suspension: Any aftermarket front/rear suspension acceptable. No minimum ground clearance.

Electrical: 2-step rev limiters allowed. Headlight/taillight are not required.

Starting System: Functional on-board starting systems required.

Brakes: At least one front and one rear brake required. All brakes must be functional.

Exhaust: Any exhaust accepted.

Clutch: Slider clutches prohibited. Hand-sliders allowed(multistage lockups). Clutch engagement and disengagement must be controlled by conventional cable or hydraulic-actuated clutch lever. With the engine off and the bike in gear, the clutch must have sufficient engagement force to prevent the bike from being rolled without either sliding the rear tire or rotating the engine. With the brakes locked or the bike otherwise blocked from rolling, the clutch system must have sufficient engagement force at idle to kill the engine if the clutch lever is released. Idle may be set between 1000-2500rpm for this test. The use of ECU mapping or electrical system functions to simulate the positive results of this test is not allowed, engine kill must be as a direct result of clutch engagement drag.

Tires: No flat slicks. Roadrace slicks ok.

Wheelie Bars: Wheelie bars prohibited.

Fuel: Any fuel accepted.

Transmissions: Air/Electric shifters are allowed. No auto transmissions.

Internal Motor Work: Any level of engine modification is allowed. The original displacement of the bike is used for classification.

Forced Induction: Forced induction is not allowed.

 

 

Big Bore Final Points Standings

1. Ryan Schumaker, Suzuki Hayabusa, 42 points (15/12/15/12) (9.41)

2. Dale Anderson, Kawasaki ZX-14, 30 points (0/15/0/15) (9.16)

3. Duane Burckhard, Kawasaki ZX-12R, 19 points (0/0/10/9) (9.46)

4. Jason Sieling, Suzuki Hayabusa, 11 points (0/0/11/0) (9.88)

5. Bryce Pageler, Kawasaki ZX-14R, 9 points (0/9/0/0) (9.56)

 

 

 

Unlimited (UL) - 2016 Champion - Noah Metzger

Class description:

Forced Induction Hayabusa-ZX14/12, 1000cc Typical ETs in this class are 7.80-9.50 Typically accepted Models: Suzuki Hayabusa, Kawasaki ZX-14R/12R, Yamaha R1, Kawasaki ZX10R & ZX11, Suzuki GSXR1000, Honda CBR1000RR & 1100XX

General Safety: All bikes must be approved during NHRA technical inspection.

Frame: Cut seat rails allowed. Short necking allowed. Subframes may be modified/aftermarket.

Wheelbase: Unlimited.

Bodywork/Wheels: Any bodywork/wheels are acceptable.

Suspension: Any aftermarket front/rear suspension acceptable. No minimum ground clearance.

Electrical: 2-step rev limiters allowed. Headlight/taillight are not required.

Starting System: Functional on-board starting systems required.

Brakes: At least one front and one rear brake required. All brakes must be functional.

Exhaust: Any exhaust accepted.

Clutch: Slider clutches prohibited. Hand-sliders allowed(multistage lockups). Clutch engagement and disengagement must be controlled by conventional cable or hydraulic-actuated clutch lever. With the engine off and the bike in gear, the clutch must have sufficient engagement force to prevent the bike from being rolled without either sliding the rear tire or rotating the engine. With the brakes locked or the bike otherwise blocked from rolling, the clutch system must have sufficient engagement force at idle to kill the engine if the clutch lever is released. Idle may be set between 1000-2500rpm for this test. The use of ECU mapping or electrical system functions to simulate the positive results of this test is not allowed, engine kill must be as a direct result of clutch engagement drag.

Tires: No flat slicks. Roadrace slicks ok.

Wheelie Bars: Wheelie bars prohibited.

Fuel: Any fuel accepted.

Transmissions: Air/Electric shifters are allowed. No auto transmissions.

Internal Motor Work: Any level of engine modification is allowed. The original displacement of the bike is used for classification

Forced Induction: Any forced induction is ALLOWED, and in any combination.

 

 

Unlimited Final Points Standings

1. Noah Metzger, Suzuki Hayabusa, 45 points (12/15/15/15) (8.40)

2. Deanna Metzger, Suzuki GSXR-1000, 21 points (0/0/12/9) (9.01)

3. Dave Hodgman, Suzuki Hayabusa, 15 points (15/0/0/0) (8.88)

4. Mike Pangerl, Suzuki Hayabusa, 12 points (0/0/0/12) (8.76)

5. Nate Bremer, Suzuki GSXR-1000, 9 points (9/0/0/0) (9.18)

 

 

 

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