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Author:  water cooled [ Mon Mar 05, 2018 3:38 pm ]
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That’s great news! Really like to see some 500s and 550s there. Any idea who he is?

Author:  D&D CHASSIS [ Mon Mar 05, 2018 3:52 pm ]
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H1 out of the Cycleworks shop?

Author:  busa1300 [ Tue Mar 06, 2018 5:53 pm ]
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Yea, Cycle Works....
They have had bike built for a number of years now, but never get it out....Actually they have a few triples sitting around the shop.
They just had a customer 75 H2 in there last weekend when I stopped in tuning it up.

Author:  water cooled [ Sun Apr 08, 2018 7:16 pm ]
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Super Eliminator is launching a brand new website for 2018 as we move forward.

The new site houses our race Schedule, links to each track, Rules, searchable Records Data Base, Racers List for Points and a Blog w published article and pictures from our races.

Check it out and get those bikes ready for our first race in July! See you soon!

http://supereliminator.org

Author:  busa1300 [ Thu Apr 12, 2018 12:54 pm ]
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Is an airshifter considered an auto shifter....My CBX has an airshifter and onboard compressor.... :(

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Author:  water cooled [ Thu Apr 12, 2018 2:05 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Super Eliminator - Drag bike Series

Randy,

An Air shifter is different than an auto shifter. Almost all of us have an air-shifter. The air-shifter will put you into CBX/SS which stands for Super Street. In Super Street, you can have an air-shifter, aftermarket pipes and extended swingarm. No aftermarket clutch or clutch cover or power adders (turbo, nitrous etc).

I cant see your clutch cover but if you have aftermarket clutch, lockup etc, the next class up is CBX/US which stands for Ultra Street. No power adders.

You will need some plastic number plates... you need to pick a 4 digit number so the plate will read something like this: S/E - 1234 One plate on each side of the bike. Then you need a plastic plate for your dial-in and some white shoe polish. The Dial-In can go on the front or back.

Beautiful bike by the way! Cant wait to see in person.

Author:  busa1300 [ Sat Sep 22, 2018 8:17 pm ]
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water cooled wrote:
Busa,

You will be fine with any 4-stroke in your collection at the AmSnow Shootout.

This year, Super Eliminator will include 2 and 4 stroke bikes at all their scheduled events. Our goal is to promote bikes from the 1970s through the 90’s. But don’t be surprised to see a turbo-busa or other modern bike.

What bike are you thinking about running in SE?


It was good to see you with the worlds baddest GT750 today. Your always a great guy to talk to, and each year I feel I let you down by not bringing something to race. Although this year I did the 170 mile round trip on my KTM 1290 GT, just so I could honestly say i had a bike at the track :mrgreen:
I hope tomorrow goes good for you, and you keep the torch lit for us armchair racers ..........Who dream with good intentions about racing, more than getting on the line and doing it. :up:

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