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Bike set up for ASRA / CCS

Started by skipper08, November 25, 2008, 01:45:57 PM

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skipper08

08 R1 non build motor
brembo MC
ohlin front cartrige and rear shock
stock wheels
regular bolt-ons

do i have to do any different mods to run ASRA, CCS does not require safety wire of caliper bolts and other stuff but i bet ASRA does.

can someone give me a tip on what else i need or check to ensure that i meet the requirements.

thanks Guys

Gus  :cheers:
Gus Sanchez
CCS EX #300 & ASRA #300

tzracer

ASRA safety wire requirements are the same as CCS.
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Quote from: skipper08 on November 25, 2008, 01:45:57 PM
can someone give me a tip on what else i need or check to ensure that i meet the requirements.

thanks Guys

Gus  :cheers:
Expert.  Your signature says amateur.  So, if you're gonna run Superstock, you'll need to be expert then buy your ASRA license in the renewal too.

Otherwise, what Brian said. 
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Burt Munro

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He's ok Dave....... there's a Gustavo Sanchez on the bump list. 

And the Tech requirements are the same for ASRA and CCS.

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skipper08

Quote from: Burt Munro on November 25, 2008, 02:57:38 PM
He's ok Dave....... there's a Gustavo Sanchez on the bump list. 

And the Tech requirements are the same for ASRA and CCS.



how would you knwo that my name is Gustavo Sanchez **dunno**

but yes im an amateur that is definetly gettin kicked to the other side.

so then CCS and ASRA rules are the same.
i do run superstock on CCS, so basically im ready to go.

Yes ill be getting both licenses, if im not wrong is 170 for both.

thanks guys
Gus Sanchez
CCS EX #300 & ASRA #300

benprobst

Quote from: skipper08 on November 26, 2008, 01:04:13 AM
how would you knwo that my name is Gustavo Sanchez **dunno**


because it says it in your sig, and your bike has the number 300 on it in your picture.
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skipper08

Quote from: benprobst on November 26, 2008, 09:00:18 AM
because it says it in your sig, and your bike has the number 300 on it in your picture.

LOL, ok the name i get it but what is the #300 has to do with me being bumped up or not??? they dont mention # on the bump list LOL
Gus Sanchez
CCS EX #300 & ASRA #300

benprobst

Quote from: skipper08 on November 26, 2008, 01:02:43 PM
LOL, ok the name i get it but what is the #300 has to do with me being bumped up or not??? they dont mention # on the bump list LOL

no but they do put your number next to your name in rider listings.
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kl3640

Dirty, don't forget that you'll need to meet the HP limit on their Factory Pro dyno...but probably shouldn't be a problem for a stock motor, but just a heads up.  And yes, the cost to get a license now is an additional $50 for the ASRA license (on top of the $120 for the CCS license, so $170 total).

skipper08

Quote from: kl3640 on December 10, 2008, 12:38:38 PM
Dirty, don't forget that you'll need to meet the HP limit on their Factory Pro dyno...but probably shouldn't be a problem for a stock motor, but just a heads up.  And yes, the cost to get a license now is an additional $50 for the ASRA license (on top of the $120 for the CCS license, so $170 total).

Cool thank you Vas
Gus Sanchez
CCS EX #300 & ASRA #300