View Poll Results: Maximum allowable ccs all engine types...

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  • 350

    1 2.04%
  • 400

    0 0%
  • 500

    1 2.04%
  • 600

    14 28.57%
  • 750

    9 18.37%
  • 800

    2 4.08%
  • 900

    1 2.04%
  • 1000

    9 18.37%
  • 1100

    5 10.20%
  • Manufacturer hp base under 130

    7 14.29%

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    Lets take a vote...We got to get to making rules not having endless debates correct, so how about a feeler post....
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    Good post Bug - thanks for taking the the bull by the horns.
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    please edit it as i cant now and add a option were "Manufacturer hp base under 130"

    The only major thing i see is that the larger you allow, the more tuneable and or modification potential to add hp quickly....
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    Oh sure - after I already voted.... - and I can't figure out how to go back and edit my vote! *(I know, that would be cheating... and I won't do that)
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    there is only 5 voters, you could just delete it and start over...
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    I am the one that voted for 1000 cc but I would like to point out that I thing four cylinder engines should be limited to 600cc. *The TL1000 (v-twin) only puts out 135-140 hp and I would hate to exclude them.
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    Thats just it. On a short course i think anything much over 100 hp would be a penalty, and not an advantage.
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    The TL1000 are not much over 100 hp. *New 600cc super sport bikes are 130 hp. *Why exclude a potentially cheap and readily available engine for 5 hp.
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    Torque rules, big engines have torque.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hero_saku39\";p=\"44771
    I am the one that voted for 1000 cc but I would like to point out that I thing four cylinder engines should be limited to 600cc. *The TL1000 (v-twin) only puts out 135-140 hp and I would hate to exclude them.
    I like that: four cylinder four-strokes up to 600cc and two cylinder four-strokes up to 1000cc. Any number of cylinder two-strokes up to 500cc.

    The TL 1000 R puts out 135 HP and the S version puts out 125 HP. The same engine, de-tuned, in the SV 1000 and DL 1000 puts out 106 HP. There's so many of these bikes about that it would be fantastic to use either the 106, 125 or 135 HP engine as a controlled engine for at least one class.

    Part of the success of stadium racing is the spectacle - imagine the roar of a bunch of those V-twins taking off! Spectators would come just to hear that alone.
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