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Started by Garywc, May 19, 2006, 10:51:48 AM

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Garywc

can you run volicity stacks in super sport on r6s?
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superspud

Quote from: Garywc on May 19, 2006, 10:51:48 AM
can you run volicity stacks in super sport on r6s?
I think if the rule book doesn't say you can't, you can.  :thumb:
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spyderchick

SS= stock air box. Period. Some bikes are allowed aftermarket filters. Read the rulebook for exact info.
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superspud

6.1.2.D. "Original equipment air box must remain as produced. Air filters must be used but
may be Aftermarket units. Aftermarket air filters are restricted to units available
via normal commercial channels and designed for that specific model machine.
Aftermarket air filter units that replace part of the OEM. airbox are required to
maintain the original size and number of air inlet openings as the stock unit."
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Eric Kelcher

Velocity stacks are fine as long as you do not have to modify the airbox, remove/modify air filter(s), or modify the throttle body/carb intake diameter.
Eric Kelcher
ASRA/CCS Director of Competition

cardzilla

Quote from: spyderchick on May 19, 2006, 11:57:22 AM
SS= stock air box. Period. Some bikes are allowed aftermarket filters. Read the rulebook for exact info.

Airbox does not a velocity stack make :) 

For it to be illegal it would have to be "everything inside the airbox"... at least that's my interpretation.
Larry Dodson
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2004 Yamaha R1 Superbike

Garywc

thanks for all the info.
CCS/ASRA #77
AMA #776
http://www.eastcoastsupertwins.com
Monmouth Cycles,Woodcraft, bel-ray,AXO