Maney clinches 2004 AHDRA Pro Stock Championship

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Maney clinches 2004 AHDRA Pro Stock Championship.


After sewing up the title in Rockingham, NC, Rick Maney, a Pro Stock rookie
finished off his championship season with yet another win in Las Vegas. Some
of Maney’s 2004 season highlights include:

-Eight final round appearances out of nine races attended
-Number 1 qualifier seven out of nine races, Number 2 qualifier two out of nine
races
-Current AHDRA 1/8 mile mph and π mile mph record holder, 150.82 &
176.85
-Best E.T. 7.446 (Portland OR)
-Best MPH 181.01 (Bakersfield, CA)
-Best R.T. .002

“We couldn’t have won the 2004 AHDRA Pro Stock Championship without
the S&S VFI fuel injection system. The system works so well that it allowed
us to focus on chassis and clutch tune-up and not spend all of our time working
on fuel management” said Maney.





“Rick’s team is a first class operation. His perseverance, professionalism
and attention to detail make us proud to be a sponsor” said Ted Grabowski
of the S&S Racing Department.

For more information about the AHDRA, visit their website at www.ahdra.com.

S&S Cycle has been a leading manufacturer of Proven Performance V-Twin motorcycle
components and engines for over 45 years.  George Smith and Stanley Stankos
founded the company in 1958 in Blue Island, Illinois.  Shortly after the
founding of S&S, George, and his wife Marjorie (whose maiden name was also
Smith), bought out Stanley Stankos and Smith & Stankos became Smith &
Smith (S&S).  In 1969, S&S moved from Blue Island to Viola, Wisconsin
and expanded to La Crosse, Wisconsin in 2004.  This 3rd generation business
supplies components and/or engines to several large custom OEs including: American
Ironhorse, Arlen Ness, Big Bear Choppers, Big Dog, BMC, Bourget Bike Works,
Hellbound Steel, Swift, Titan, Ultra, Vengeance, & Victory (please see the
S&S website for a complete listing). 

For more information, please contact Jody Anderson at 608-627-0232 or email
Jody at janderson@sscycle.com.  The S&S website is located at www.sscycle.com.

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