is expanding it's already strong lineup of sportbike drag racing
classes with Real Street - geared toward the hundreds of built-up
sportbikes already roaming the streets and the traffic-light-to-traffic-light
Rickey Gadsons who ride them.
racers there is a big gap between Prostar's entry-level Street
ET bracket class and the heads-up, professional-style SuperSport
and Super Street. Real Street is intended to fill the gap with
late model sportbikes fortified with motor kits, mild turbos
or dry nitrous kits.
was to come up with a set of rules that allows the budget-minded
racer who isn't a 140 pound jockey to be competitive without
stringent, costly and time-consuming tech procedures. To accomplish
this AMA/Dragbike officials came up with a novel approach: all
bikes to run stock, OEM fuel injectors. The theory is that expensive
engine mods and power-adders will be useless if you are limited
by the volume of fuel you can pass through the OEM injector.
Engine teardowns become a thing of the past.
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