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Old 22nd May 2008
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Arrow They were using a stock Frame per rules !

The 883 Roadracers AND Flattrackers were actually pretty close to stock specs in all areas, as the class was supposed to low cost and competitive.
I tuned an 883 Flattracker for a friend, and the rules didn't allow very much in the way of non-OEM parts swapping, so basically you just blueprinted eveything you couldn't change, and everything else that was allowed- you went with good stuff
BTW- almost all the 883 racers are now back on the roads in street legal trim.



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BTW were the 883 racers using a HD frame? or custom.
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