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CCS / ASRA Racing Discussion => CCS / ASRA Rules and Regs => Topic started by: firerider on August 23, 2005, 09:38:44 am

Title: EX500 class??
Post by: firerider on August 23, 2005, 09:38:44 am
Just wondering since the EX500 is a twin, does it follow under the twin cyclinder rules for each class??

Sounds stupid but I was told at an event it would fall under the 4 cyclinder rules ???
Title: Re: EX500 class??
Post by: Al_Soran on August 23, 2005, 11:11:44 am
Twin rules apply for displacement and cooling (liquid vs air). I run mine in the UltraLight Superbike class and use it as a back up for my Buell in Lightwieght GP, Superbike and F40 classes.

Good luck!
Title: Re: EX500 class??
Post by: Woofentino Pugrossi on August 23, 2005, 12:02:14 pm
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Just wondering since the EX500 is a twin, does it follow under the twin cyclinder rules for each class??

Sounds stupid but I was told at an event it would fall under the 4 cyclinder rules ???



Who ever told you it falls under a 4 cyl class is an idiot. Its a twin. 2 cylinders any config V-twin, inline twin, oppose twin (aka boxer)
Title: Re: EX500 class??
Post by: firerider on August 23, 2005, 01:15:49 pm
 
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Who ever told you it falls under a 4 cyl class is an idiot. Its a twin. 2 cylinders any config V-twin, inline twin, oppose twin (aka boxer)


I know, but thats what they said :P I just wanted to make sure CCS did not have some strange ruling out there ;)