10.50 bike: Entry-level class for slightly modified road machines with working lights and street tyres.
9.50 bike: Wheel base limit of 1730cm on street tyres, turbo and nitrous allowed but not wheely bars running to a 9.50 index.
Superstreet: rules as per 9.50 class but with no index and usually a lot more power, not for the faint hearted!
Pro stock bike: Maximum wheel base 1780cm must look a bit like a production machine and use a modified OE engine, slicks and wheely bars allowed.
Comp bike: No wheel base limit running slicks and wheely bars supercharging allowed.
Top fuel: The Daddy, four cylinder engines up to 1700cc or 2,100cc twins running on nitromeththane, turbos and superchargers allowed. Minimum wheel base is2134cm wheely bars and slicks allowed.
Funny bike: Petrol or alcohol burning class with no engine restriction but using a std cylinder head design with wheely bars and slick tyre.
Pro mod bike: Complex class rules with weight restrictions dependent on engine size and type, maximum wheel base 2082cm.
Super twins: Street legal class. Supertwins modified, turbo, nitrous and air shifters allowed.

Our Bikes

Frame: Suzuki GSXR 750, raked with extended 1100 arm, shortened GSXR750T forks, TL 1000 wheels, Bandit bodywork, paint by Vince at Bike Medic.
Engine: GSXR 1100L with 1340 MTC big block, Falicon rods, Gas flowed head with 1mm oversized valves, Kent cams, APE valve springs, MTC multi- stage lock up clutch, MRE back cut transmission ,air shifter, Keihin 41mm FCR carbs, race Nos nitrous kit and Vance and Hines pro pipe.
Electrics: Dyna coils, Shnitz progressive nitrous and ignition controller, shift light, 750T clocks and Tracecraft data logger. Best time: 8.7 sec at 168 mph.
9.50 Bike:
Frame:GSX1100EF raked and lowered one-off swing arm with lock-up struts, TL1000 rear and SV650 front wheels, one piece composite body, paint by Vince at bike medic.
Engine: Standard GSXR1100L with Mikuni RS40 carbs, Nos nitrous kit , Vance and Hines pro pipe and MTC single stage lock up clutch.
Electrics: Dyna 2000 ignition, TMC progressive nitrous controller, Dyna 2 step launch limiter and shift light. Best time: 9.3sec at 150 mph.

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