Super Stock

Super Stock is a heads up no break out eliminator class with a qualified field up to 16 motorcycles on a .400 pro tree

Designation: SS, followed by rider number.

Approval of Super Stock Motorcycles: Super Stock motorcycles are 4-stroke N/A production machines sold for street use.

Engine:  The engine must remain completely stock. No polishing or coatings are permissible. All internal and external engine parts mist remain stock OEM with no modifications, metal removal, or blueprinting.

Fuel Injection: Aftermarket fuel injection management systems that allow fuel or ignition timing adjustments must plug in-line with the OEM, unmodified wiring harness and work in conjunction with the Factory ECU e.g. Bazzaz, Power Commander, Rapid bike. Factory ECU can be reflashed for tuning and derestricting. No stand-alone, plug-n-play, or kit ECU’s are allowed. All units must be available for immediate shipment from U.S. warehouses to any of the manufacturers’ U.S. retail outlets for sale to the public. Availability must be maintained throughout the current racing season. Quick shifters that cut ignition and/or fuel are permitted.

Intake: The OEM airbox must be utilized. A commercially manufactured air filter is mandatory. External airbox supply ducts must be stock and may not be removed. Exhaust emission control valves and hoses may be removed and all airbox drains must be plugged. No routing of exhaust emission system to crank cases allowed. Velocity stacks can be rearranged utilizing stock OEM stacks of same model.

Clutch: Clutch plates and springs may be replaced with aftermarket parts. Clutches may be backdated or modified to eliminate factory slipper clutch.

Brakes: Brake pads and brake lines may be replaced with DOT approved components. Brake discs may not be drilled. Rotors and Calipers must remain factory. Both front and rear brakes must be retained.

Front suspension: The use of a tie-down strap will be permissible, but once in place the excess strap must be secured to prevent any adjustment as to be determined by the Tech Director. Standard production internal parts of forks may be modified to alter dampening. Aftermarket damper kits or valves may be installed. Fork springs may be replaced with optional or aftermarket springs. Fork caps may be modified or replaced to allow external adjustment of fork springs only. A fork brace may be added or replaced with an aftermarket brace. A steering damper is required. The stock steering damper may be replaced with an aftermarket damper. Minimum required suspension travel is 1-inch. Maximum fork tube exposure above the upper triple clamp or clip-on’s is 1 1/2-inch. 


REAR SUSPENSION: Rear suspension must have a minimum of 1-inch travel. Rear suspension changes allow the use of an aftermarket dog bone with stock knuckle arm. Factory Shock can be revalved only. No aftermarket shocks permitted.


Frame: Stock frames required with no modifications. Stock wheelbase required. Frame must display Vehicle Identification Number. Frames may be polished. Steering head angle may not be altered.


Ground clearance: All Ground Clearance are to be measured with the amount of air present in the rear tire at the conclusion of the run with rider sitting on the bike, straight up, perpendicular to the ground. No rider or team member is allowed to alter or measure the pressure, or make any contact with either tire valve stem until the conclusion of the post-run tech inspection. The determined clearance will be measured to the most solid stop. No aftermarket oil drain plugs permitted.


1000CC: All riders must maintain a minimum of 2 inch ground clearance.

Big Bore: Riders less than 150 lbs. must maintain a minimum of 3-inch ground clearance. Riders over 150 lbs. must maintain minimum 2-inch ground clearance.


Swingarm: Must retain stock swingarm with no modifications.


Wheels: Wheels must remain factory to make and model that were provided by the manufacturer. Polishing is permitted. Wheel bearing and seal modifications are permissible. Chain must

remain OEM pitch. Aftermarket sprockets, Non-O-ring chains, and O-ring chains with O-rings

removed are permitted.


Tires: Tires permitted for Super Stock competition must meet the following criteria:

  1. 120/60-17 Applicable DOT standards for motorcycle street use
  2. Properly marked with molded in DOT number and construction/compound ID
  3. Available for immediate shipment from U.S. warehouse to any of the manufacturers’ U.S. retail outlets for sale to the public. Availability must be maintained throughout the current racing season.
  4. Tire sizes cannot be increased from original equipment.


Fuel: The Super Stock class uses a VP MR12 spec fuel only. No nitro, no alcohol. All bikes must have a method to provide a fuel sample from the fuel system.


Body: All fairings must be original stock parts with factory paint. All fairing brackets must be original stock parts. Factory seat may be cut and reupholstered. Aftermarket windscreens are permissible.


Electrical: The use of the following electrical aftermarket items is prohibited: Air shifters, stutters, two-steps, datalogger and O2 sensor. Factory-original, OEM shift lights are permitted. Shift lights may not be aftermarket products or retrofitted.

Exhaust: Exhausts must be conventional, under-pan, up-sweep pipes. Exhaust is not allowed to wrap around oil pan for better ground clearance. All aftermarket street pipes must be in stock and readily available for purchase. No one-off exhaust pipes are allowed. 


Weight: No bike weights will exceed the factory-wet weight.


Super Stock does not permit the removal of any items unless specifically listed with these rules. If it is not noted as removable then it must remain in factory location.


Modifications: Additional modifications listed in this section are permissible. Absolutely no other changes from showroom stock will be permitted unless specifically addressed within these rules. 


Removable: Side marker lights, reflectors, mirrors, instruments, instrument brackets and associated cables, license plate bracket, passenger footpegs and mounting brackets, grab rails, center and or side stands.


Fenders: Rear fender or rear section of rear fender may be removed if the tail/seat bodywork covers the top of the rear wheel. The front fender must remain but can be spaced upward for tire clearance.



GENERAL SAFETY: All riders must have a SNELL 05 or higher full face helmet, shoes above the ankle, leather gloves, and a leather jacket. Any rider running faster than 6.0 must also have leather pants. Pants and jacket are not required to be zipped together. Nylon or textile jackets and pants are not permitted, even if they have pads. All jackets and pants must be made of 100% leather. No ballast may be mounted to any portion of the front suspension, brake system, fender system or rotating assembly.