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AMA Pro Racing | XR1200 Rule Book

AMA Rules: Section 7

This section, XR1200 Equipment Standards, contains equipment standards for the AMA Pro Racing XR1200 class. In addition, every motorcycle entered must meet the requirements listed in the General Equipment Standards.

Motorcycle components may only be modified, removed or replaced with homologated items from the Eligible Equipment List, available at amaproracing.com

Section XR1200 Equipment Standards Page
7.1 Homologation

7.2 Weight

7.3 Tires

7.4 Fuel

7.5 Wheels/ Brakes

7.6 Front Suspension

7.7 Rear Suspension

7.8 Frame

7.9 Bodyword/ Controls

7.10 Engine Modifications

7.1 Homologation
a. 2009 and 2010 Harley-Davidson XR1200, U.S. Versions only.

7.2 Weight
a. To be determined.

7.3 Tires
a. Dunlop spec as provided by Dunlop. Three (3) sets per race
weekend are allowed.

7.4 Fuel
a. Sunoco 260 GTX as provided at the race track by Sunoco.

7.5 Wheels/ Brakes
a. Wheels
i. Front wheel to be replaced by 17” provided in Vance and Hines kit. Rear is to remain as homologated.
b. Brakes
i. Must remain as homologated.
ii. Braided lines may replace the standard lines.
iii. Aftermarket pads may be substituted.
iv. Brake fluid may be substituted.

7.6 Front Suspension
a. Forks and triple clamps must remain as homologated.
b. Internal fork modifications are limited to piston kit and cartridge kits/springs/oil. Kits must be approved and appear on the eligible equipment list.
c. Fork position in the triple clamp is free.
d. Steering damper must be as provided in the kit.

7.7 Rear Suspension
a. Shocks may be replaced. They must be approved and appear on the eligible equipment list.

7.8 Rear Suspension
a. Main Frame
i. Must remain as homologated.
ii. Nothing may be added by welding or removed by machining.
iii. Frame must display its original 17 digit VIN in its original location.
b. Swing Arm
i. Must remain as homologated.
ii. Work stand brackets may be added. They may not add structural rigidity to the swing arm.

7.9 Bodywork/ Controls
a. Bodywork
i. Front number plate, solo seat with provisions for competitionnumbers, front fender and belly pan as provided by Vance and Hines. Oil retaining belly pan as provided by Vance and Hines must be used. No exceptions will be allowed.
b. Footrests/ Foot Controls
i. May be replaced. Original mounting location must be used. Adapter plates are acceptable.
c. Handlebars/ Hand Controls
i. May be replaced with an alternative bend bar. Clip on style bars are not allowed. Any lever or perch is allowed. Master cylinder must remain as homologated.

7.10 Engine Modifications
Engines must remain internally stock as produced by Harley-Davidson. The entrant is required to sign an affidavit to that effect, at which time AMA Pro Racing will seal the engine with tamper-proof seals. Regarding rebuilds – any rebuilt motorcycle engine will be checked on a dyno. If it falls within an acceptable range, it will be sealed and allowed to compete.

All rebuilds MUST be done with OEM parts and to OEM specifications. If original or rebuilt engines are subsequently found to have been modified, the offending entrant will be penalized, including the possibility of being banned from future competition, and may be subject to additional fines and penalties.

The following modifications are allowed:
a. Air filter may be replaced with Vance and Hines air filter as provided,no exceptions.
b. Exhaust may be replaced with Vance and Hines exhaust as provided, no exceptions.
c. Fuelpak ECM management must be used as provided, no exceptions. Stock ECM and stock ECM calibration must be used.
d. The oil cooler is allowed to be relocated for better protection. The provided oil cooler relocation kit must be used, no exceptions.
e. Protective engine covers must be used where applicable. The intent is to eliminate fluid leakage in the event of an impact.
f. OEM gauge cluster may be replaced with Vance and Hines Display (p.n. 35-9027), no exceptions.

The following Vance and Hines Kit, part number 35-9040, must be used in its entirety, unmodified:
#35-9040 – AMA PRO – VANCE & HINES XR1200 SERIES – SPEC KIT:

PART NO. DESCRIPTION
35-9031 VHM CARBON FRONT FENDER KIT
35-9032 STEERING DAMPER KIT (OHLINS DAMPER)
35-9033 VHM STEERING STOPS
1205-7706A-ASX-B PM FRONT WHEEL (ASSAULT 17 x 3.5 BLACK ANODIZED)
37537-R V&H WIDOW EXHAUST SYSTEM TBD V&H FUELPAK (SPECIAL)
35-9034 VHM FIBREGLASS SEAT ASSEMBLY (WITH ALUMINUM SUB FRAME & FOAMPAD)
35-9035 VHM FIBERGLASS BELLY PAN KIT
35-9036 VHM NUMBER PLATE KIT
35-9037 VHM OIL COOLER RELOCATOR KIT
35-9038 V&H DECAL KIT
35-9039 VHM ALUMINUM UNDERTRAY KIT (FUEL
OVERFLOW BOTTLES, VALVE, ETC)

OPTIONAL ITEMS:
#35-9027 – XR1200 LCD DISPLAY

Kits will be ready to ship by mid-April 2010 and must be pre-paid before they will be shipped. Kits will be shipped on a first-order, first-shipped basis and we encourage all competitors to place their orders as soon as possible. Proof of race entry into the series must be provided before orders will be fulfilled.

Place kit orders by:
Phone – 317-852-9057
Fax – 317-534-3088
E-Mail – xr1200@vhmotorsports.com

Minimum Rider Eligibility Requirements

Riders who currently hold an active AMA Pro Road Racing Rider License:

1. Must pre-enter each event that they would like to participate in.

Local Experts must complete the following prior to the first event they would like to participate in:

1. Must show proof of current Expert status license with an approved Road Racing organization. Proof must be received and approved by AMA Pro Racing Member Services Department.
2. Must hold a current AMA Pro Racing Membership for the current calendar year.
3. Must pre-enter each event that they would like to participate in.
4. Must buy a Single Event Credential for the event that they are participating in. 


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