Nope....CCS does run AM liter bikes....he can run Unlimited Supersport, GTO and Unlimited GP. I'm currently leading the Southeast points in my classes. :eyebrows: It's WERA that don't have liter AM class. To be honest it's the AM middleweight (600s) classes that are a mess...very crowded and lots of red flags. Glad I'm on a big bike to be honest.MedTechRR said:tank, what organization are you going to get licensed and race in? I know with CCS you cannot race a liter bike as a novice. I think a 750 is the biggest you are allowed to race with when you start out. Maybe you are racing in a different organization or maybe I'm just full of shit and don't know what I'm talking about but I think that's the rule pretty much everywhere. :idunno:
Interesting.... I know the CCS afiliates <sp?> like the Forida region have there own rules but they don't change any of the classes. They just don't pay AM purses & don't run GPs. I would call CCS to confirm. If I went to Loudon then they told me I couldn't run I'd be F***n steaming!MedTechRR said:you are correct, I just went to the ccs website and read their rules. You can run 1000cc bikes in the classes you specified. The reason I was thinking otherwise is that Loudon Raceway's website has a set of CCS rules for their track and no Ameteurs are allowed on 1000cc bikes. It must be a track specific rule?? :idunno: Damn, that sucks!
I've been contemplating the woodcraft clip-ons, what do you recommend?02FBlade said:Tank, Get you some real clip-ons asap. You'll wonder how you rode w/o them after one lap!
Tank69 said:Thanks Dano!
Did arroyo this past weekend and I was -1/+2 on sprockets. It's tight and technical, that's for damn sure. Might make it down in August, if so, i'll let you know.
TCD said:I think we should get a southwest .org event scheduled down there! The track kicks ass!
BTW, it was nice meeting you Tank & Mike! I packed up a bit early, as I was exhausted. I can't handle those 95deg days like you Arizonans. lunge: