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Old 11-15-2018, 09:07 PM   #1
Grease_Monkey
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Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: San Jose
Motorcycles: 1996 Ninja 250, 2004 Ninja ZX6RR
Name: Joshua
Superbike rules & twin cylinder motorcycles.

Starting to get things in order to get back into Racing. Scoped out the current rule book and notice a rule had been omitted.

I believe it used to be legal to build a single or twin cylinder bike to Formula specs and still be legal to for Superbike.

I only ask as my '96 ninja 250 has a ninja 300 engine in it, and that exception allowed me to not only be legal for SBK, but also stay some what competitive. Was this something that was purposefully removed or just seemed like an antiquated rule that affected no one?
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