Ducati Supersport 1000s up to 1100cc. In addition, liquid-cooled 4-valve twin-cylinder bikes (Ducati 749, Suzuki SV650) can be punched out to 850cc, and air-cooled Twins using pushrod valve actuation (Moto Guzzi) can have up to 1200cc of displacement.
"All bikes except 900cc-135-cc 4 stroke air/oil-cooled 2 valve pushrod twin cylinders will have to tow around a 50 lb. boat anchor at the end of a 10 ft. logging chain"
There you go JB, now your Buell will be competitive, if you're wearing the ascot, I'd go with white E.K. stars and stripes bell bottom leathers and 3/4 helmet with orange bubble shield for the total effect..
Bitter, aren't we? Y' know what, i don't really care if Buell wins or not but i respect them for GIVING IT A SHOT ya know what I mean? I bet they are working on new top-secret engine right now and you will be picking black skanky crow feathers from between yellow hillbilly teeth any year now...
Um, If the rules are so tilted in Buell's favor, why haven't they won one yet? Yes they have finished a few.
I'd love to see Suzuki punch out the old Savage (S40) single to about 900cc. About the size of a locomotive piston? For that reason and others, they could call it the 'Loco'. The raceable sport version could be called the 'Thumpomotive.' 2000cc's sounds about right to make it relevant to Formula Xtreme.