Falicon Billet Busa cranks MSRP
Carpenters cranks are different- they use a wider crank journal and bearing to help keep the bearings in them. They are proven in street-tired bikes but no one has tried them in pro mod.Originally Posted by teamdar
I was hoping so butthen again it's my choice to run the busa engine so it is what it is... We'll be out there next year and do the best we can with what we have.Originally Posted by Wade Clark
It will take a race or two for the flyweights to get there clutch program back up to parr, and also the extra weight will take its toll on parts as well,the top contenders will again rise to the top. I can speak for myself I am glad to see the change. I do think that the new platform bikes, busa and such could use a weight break for awhile to let them prove thereselves. The heavier the package the harder on parts it gets, dont belive just sit back and watch. See yall next year. Poppa
I am glad there is a number.
<DIV>I wonder what bigger guys like TT and Rob think about it being 625?</DIV>
<DIV>I would love to see those guys be able to race their own bikes.</DIV>
<DIV>Doesnt really matter to me... Mines 25 lbs heavy and 300cc's small and I dont really have the means to change that.</DIV>
What's your wheelbase Jeff?
<DIV>I'll have to make some Blocks to be legal.</DIV>
Cool deal- I wonder what Pauls is? I think he's made all the block he can!
I cant say for certain.. but I think Pauls is in for a significant rework.
<DIV>Never can tell about that boy... he crazy.</DIV>
ADRL and MIROCK both agreed on 625 lbs for the nitrous Pro Mods in 2012. MIROCK also still allows the plain bearing nitrous Pro Mods to still run at 585 lbs, because of their limited displacement.
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