Home Forums 2-Cycle Racing Shifting KT100, Purdue Grand Prix

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  • #7878

    Adam Wilmes
    Participant

    Local news just released this video:

    Thoughts?

  • #8480

    Greg Wright
    Participant

    I doubt that it will be allowed to compete.

    Greg Wright
    Rapid Racing Inc.
    Vintage B-Stock Pilot
    "When in doubt Gas it, It won't help but it ends the suspense."

  • #8520

    Adam Wilmes
    Participant

    Section VI Rule 18
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    http://www.purduegrandprix.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Grand-Prix-Rules-2013-Official.pdf

     

    My main question is weather or not the KT will be able to handle the stresses induced by shifting (especially in the endurance race that the Purdue Grand Prix is)

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