To answer Rob’s question directly, we are running KT100 with USPKS for 2015.
But, I must add my two cents: Even the KT100 decision is more complicated than it used to be just a year or two ago, at least in the mid-west. You now have to basically choose between pipe and can, whereas before you could run your can motor legally throughout the mid-west. Even at the local club level: OVKA runs pipe in conformance with WKA, while KRA will run can, in conformance with USPKS, reducing our options for club racing.
Something this simple probably has both KRA and OVKA missing a few entries that would have run one-off’s between them, and puts some previously non-existent limits on where we can race with the Yamaha now. (unless, of course you want to have more Yamaha engines in your garage…)
So even the simplest decision to run the simplest of engines takes more thought now. . .