Rule amendment for Pro Stock Bike

Nhra Tech Department Issues Rule Amendment for Pro Stock Bike GLENDORA, Calif. (June 22, 2004) - The NHRA Competition Committee amended the minimum weight rule for the Pro Stock Bike category today, it was announced by Cary Menard, vice ...

Nhra Tech Department Issues

Rule Amendment for Pro Stock Bike

GLENDORA, Calif. (June 22, 2004) - The NHRA Competition Committee amended the minimum weight rule for the Pro Stock Bike category today, it was announced by Cary Menard, vice president of technical administration and legal affairs, NHRA.

In the rule amendment, the minimum weight requirement for the Harley Davidson or NHRA-accepted American push rod V-twin up to 160 cid entries will be increased to 615 pounds from 575 pounds. The rule amendment becomes effective at this weekend's Sears Craftsman NHRA Nationals, June 25-27, at Gateway International Raceway in Madison, Ill.

"This adjustment in minimum weight was implemented based on data gathered from the 2004 events that Pro Stock Bike has competed and to keep a competitive balance within Pro Stock Bike," Menard said.

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