Nov 17, 2001
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From a press release:<BR><BR>With the demise of the Skorpion Cup contingency class in 2002, the American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association has created a new class for the MuZ Skorpion machines that have run with AHRMA for the past five years, as well as other production-based four-stroke singles such as the BMW F650, KTM Duke and Buell Blast.<BR><BR>The new Production Singles class is open to any four-stroke single-cylinder motorcycle available for sale to the general public and intended for street use in the U.S. and Canada. The machines must meet AHRMA's SuperStock standard, which stipulates:<BR><BR>. No engine or chassis modifications.<BR><BR>. Stock wheels and forks. Fork springs may be changed. Modern DOT race tires must be used.<BR><BR>. The original carburetor and airbox must be used. Jetting changes are allowed.<BR><BR>. Allowable changes include brake master cylinder, brake lines, pads, rotors, shocks, handlebars, control cables, fuel and oil lines, exhaust system, and chain and sprockets.<BR><BR>. Replacement fairings and bodywork must be a cosmetic duplicate of the original and made of fiberglass or plastic (no carbon fiber).<BR><BR>The Production Singles class will debut at AHRMA's 2002 Florida Bike Week events, March 1, at the DeLand Airport, and March 4-5 at Daytona International Speedway. For information, call 615-851-3674, 913-268-4401 or visit .