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Started by supercarl, August 30, 2012, 03:59:03 PM
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Quote from: Xian_13 on August 30, 2012, 06:17:02 PMI actually spoke with Phil about this at Summit Point.The rule is simply unclear.Hopefully they will write the rule more clear for 2013.If you do not agree with the rule, you can protest the CCS officials ruling.Be prepared to file a protest against an official, it will cost 500 USD and the protest will be reviewed by a non-CCS official group, at Daytona.If you so choose to protest them, I will be more then happy to give you the information I have.This is a rule, I am not willing to spend 500 USD to fight.-X
Quote from: twilkinson3 on November 29, 2012, 11:55:00 AMEddie - slipper clutches ARE legal in CCS supersport, as are aftermarket rotors as long as they are ferrous and the same size as the stock ones (I might be biting on a bit of sarcasm from you but...)
Quote from: ekraft84 on November 29, 2012, 01:31:12 PMReally? Pff. I didn't know that. So even if the bike doesn't come with a slipper clutch, you can add one (like on the Honda). And you can add aftermarket rotors, like say Braking rotors? I raced with CCS this past year and didn't even know that. Those are a couple expensive mods I'm glad aren't WERA legal, as it saved me a bunch of money (slipper's applying more towards SV's and the like, not modern bikes which most have them). What about brembo master cylinders on the GSXR?So then, if the SSTK rules allow those mods, why so strict on not allowing an aftermarket air filter that removes the snorkel?
Quote from: majicMARKer on November 29, 2012, 03:09:35 PMThis may be a little off topic because it doesn't necessarily concern the R6, but Greg a certain rider was protested for his air box lid but he retained his Daytona win and thus National Championship. The difference in the lid came from the fact that the stock lid(without holes) was replaced with a Ducati performance lid(comes with holes). Certainly a slight performance advantage, but on these Ducatis you can gain 6hp by getting rid of the air box. Something must be done about the ruling on air box modifications.
Quote from: MELK-MAN on November 29, 2012, 09:39:04 PMyup. ccs allows brembo aftermarket radial master cylinders.. wera doesn't. Even if ccs did allow the snorkel to be removed, they would still do tech to verify there IS an air filter of some sort.. i never understood why someone would do it, but apparently some feel NO air filter is a performance advantage and it is what tech officials are looking for.. in addition to a snorkel being on the r6 filter.
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