A All Animal Control Racing is busily working towards the first race of The Ohio Mile in April. There are always a million things to accomplish in addition to our regular-full time jobs but somehow we seem to get it done.
The bike has been taken to Indy and put into the skillful hands of Justin Douchet of Two Wheel Werkz and Bill Deshong of Cycle Motion Powersports and Port-Tech Motorcycle Performance Cylinder Heads. These guys are the primary builders and tuners of our 2008 Suzuki Hayabusa.
Web Cam Racing Cams will be providing our longer duration cams to ensure our top end stays pulling hard.
Applied Racing Components has provided a Nitrous Bottle Warmer to ensure our bottles are warm on the crisp April and September mornings in Ohio.
To ensure the best possible spark to burn the Nitrous mixture, Brisk Racing provided their finest plugs for exactly the heat range needed for the shot we will use this year.
Our friends at Brock’s Performance will be keeping our rear tire warm with a Chicken Hawk Tire Warmer to stop the cold tearing issue we experienced last year as well as providing the best brakes on the market The bike has been fitted with Carbone Lorraine brake pads to stop us in shorter time during our 230 MPH runs.
Catalyst Racing Composites has sent a rear tail section and seat for us and a super low tank to lay down on and get out of the hurricane force winds trying to suck you off the bike!
Rob Bush at Fish’s Customs has provided a neat set up for our Nitrous indication system so we can monitor it better this year. A blow off down track is not fun and neither is the gauge fluid all over your back tire when it explodes. Bad things happen at 220+ MPH.
Dave Conforti at World Wide Bearings wanted us to have the best ceramics bearings possible and sent us a motor set. Now we can have more RPM range to reach our goals and reduce the friction even more. Friction is a racers worst enemy!
Now with all that power in this motor, cranking it up began the next issue. Guy Caputo at Tiger Racing Products came through for us with a 24V battery kit to solve this one as well as an extended fender for our 4 over tail section.
Dave Schnitz at Schnitz Racing has stepped up and joined as a sponsor and will be helping out with the drive train parts for the bike.
It is going to be a great year at the Ohio Mile and if we hit our shift points and launch the bike hard, this world record will fall thanks to the help of so many great sponsors.
We do have a critical need for a few more items this year. Tires are one of them. Any good quality medium soft compound tires are what we would like to put on the bike. Boots and gloves are a couple more personal safety items that we would like to upgrade. Planet Knox Handroid gloves and Sidi Vertigo boots are on our wish list.
If you would like to sponsor a record breaking Land Speed Racing team and help us capture a world record, please contact us at http://www.aallanimalcontrol.com/racing/index.html
Mark E. Dotson
Racing Team Manager and Pilot
A All Animal Control Racing