Darrell Taylor wrote:glad to hear its worked well for you
i like the full bodied class(is that a class or a gentlemens agreement)
im a bit lost with it all and feel there should be a common set of rules in the various sports
at the moment if you build a race scoot or sprinter its eligibility changes whereever you go or so it seems
i believe but may be wrong there are lots of different rules,ive not checked for a while
below 200 above 200 road legal or road legal capable but anything goes so in reality this years could have had a cutdown with a cr250 top end racing against full bodied std ts1,s
sprint records meetings
various classes and sets a pretty good standard
not sure on current rules are they correct as per the website
not sure on rules is it as per scooter shootout
if building for bsso only rules are well established although if you take it to a sprint meeting some meets cover bsso machines but these machines dont always fall in line with the various sprint meets rules
how frustrating is this you build a scoot and wanna try it at different events to find its eligibility is all over the place
im in the process of building a scoot and im gonna have to read all 4 to check what can / cant be done then may need to change parts or set ups depending on where it goes
i think the safe choice is build to records meeting rules but for that i think the fully cut down scoots are classed as motorcycles ?????
what do you think
What the f@@k are you p1551ing and moaning about ? LMFAO! With 50bhp does your 'class' really matter?
Did Harry Barlow not ring you to discuss rules n regs?
Get your customers beast on the tarmac, we know its a 'done deal' already if you have 50bhp Darrell....no point ruffling feathers on the regs at this point.....