> BLK Shawn Wrote:
> As Derek already stated: don't over think it... You think you're
> cheating, you probably are...
> Stock is stock... Mix and match whatever you want as long as you're not
> building chambered stock pipes or tryna graft two motors together,
> The idea behind this is to race stock bikes on an equal playing field...
> Yuns are already tryna to figure out how to pimp the system, bend the
> rules and find an advantage...
> I'm building a bike that will likely lose, because A- we wanna provide
> something semi rare/unique for someone to win, B- I don't give a shit
> about owning 30 stock bikes, C- its a community building exercise, just
> for fun, raise hell and party with all the homies on 4/20 and etc...
> I think that everyone talking about bringing revos and whatever else
> should save it, bring two jawa frames welded together into a tall bike
> and rip that... Any Trac product is sick, batavus, sachs, etc...
Not really trying to trick it, just curious about clarification, if it was like salt flats or GP, any mods even like mounts for the pipe or pulling out the baffle or anything like boring up carburetor, porting, polishing, matching, balancing etc. are not allowed. If you're allowed 1 non-stock part, a ported cylinder could be it. But it sounds like the rule is one aftermarket part, while mods to stock parts are OK. Which is rad.
but yeah, not trying to nitpick or find loopholes - just trying to understand the rules.
Me I'd prolly be on a sachs. I got a shit one with a near worthless spare motor, and theyre fun - I know em well. But i'm just talking shit, can't make that kinda trip actually happen (especially not with a 30 bike trailer to bring home my winnings heheh)
I imagine how you ride matters a lot more than performance anyway, be a sketchball butthead and keep moving, without breakin down on a shit partway modded stock bike, for 50 miles. that kinda race doesn't need a loophole...