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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 01-26-2011, 09:03 AM Thread Starter
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CCS rule question.

I was talking to nolan last year,
he mentioned that CCS requires Case covers on both sides.

i have the woodcraft stator cover,

and i ordered this for the right.



is this acceptable or do i need this starter gear cover too.

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post #2 of 26 (permalink) Old 01-26-2011, 09:11 AM
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CCS only requires case covers on some bikes. i never had them on my F4i and it wasn't an issue.

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the case savers are acceptable.
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Go to the ccsracing.com site and download the rule book. Updates are made every year and case covers are specific to certain models and brands.
Some models can use stock covers and some cannot.

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Alex he has a GSXR
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There is no 2011 rule book posted yet.

It is my understanding that most late model GSXR's only need to have the stator cover protection to comply with CCS tech. I do plan on running a starter gear cover though.
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Alex he has a GSXR
well how am i supposed to know what bike he races?

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Next to the sportbike listing in his profile it says GSXR. I guess looking at that would help.
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Next to the sportbike listing in his profile it says GSXR. I guess looking at that would help.
ya, back in 09 mine said Honda F4i and yet i raced a GXSR.. so whats your point?

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I guess you need to learn how to update ur profile.
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I guess you need to learn how to update ur profile.
but i still had the f4i.. and the ducati.. but i was racing drama's gixxer.

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I was just looking into this today and was wondering the same thing. As far as the 2010 rule book all model and year gsxr bikes need some form of engine guards on both sides. Looks like I need to get another cover still.

And maybe instead of starting a new thread, I have a question on number plates.

I have an 07 gsxr 600 and the front plate is no issue, but for the tail numbers are the numbers on the sides of the tail( like how they are in alocker's avatar) the way ccs wants them, or should it just be one number on the top of the tail?

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they prefer 2 numbers on the tail, however:

(1.) If the tail section profile does not allow the machine to comply with
Section 5.3.5.B, a single number display on the top of the tail section
may be installed and orientated to be read from the rear of the machine..
It is the rider’s responsibility to have the number display correct before
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on a 07 Gixxer 600, you should easily be able to fit 2 numbers on the tail. everyone else can get them to fit.

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yea you can probably land a helicopter on that tail

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stator cover and clutch case guard are all that are needed for that bike according to CCS rules last season

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http://www.ccsforum.com/index.php/topic,25409.0.html

See post 2. I would really like to know the answer. Im assuming its pretty rare someone busts open a clutch cover.

Problem is if you fail tech, then what?
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I have both sides 05/06 woodcraft case savers if anyone wants them.

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they prefer 2 numbers on the tail, however:

(1.) If the tail section profile does not allow the machine to comply with
Section 5.3.5.B, a single number display on the top of the tail section
may be installed and orientated to be read from the rear of the machine..
It is the riders responsibility to have the number display correct before
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on a 07 Gixxer 600, you should easily be able to fit 2 numbers on the tail. everyone else can get them to fit.
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yea you can probably land a helicopter on that tail
Thanks, and that's about what I was thinking. I read the entire section for numbers but it was talking about vertical display plates for the tail or just one number if from the side you can not read the number easily. Fitting 2 sets of numbers is no issue, just only want to have to do the numbers once is all. I'm just about to paint my plastics and want to paint the plates on.

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See post 2. I would really like to know the answer. Im assuming its pretty rare someone busts open a clutch cover.

Problem is if you fail tech, then what?
On those bikes it must be more common to bust a cast cover. Thats why they require it. It's also the rule for my FZR as well. If you fail tech? You don't take to the track. No practice, no racing.

You can also run 4" or 6" numbers on the tail.

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If you really want to be sure if that guard will pass tech, go to ccsforums.com and ask Burt Munroe. He's one of the tech guys for the midwest region. I'm pretty sure it will be fine. Seen some rather home made ones using 1" wide 1/4" flat bar bolted to the stock covers get passed.

As for the numbers. No matter which way you install the tail numbers, make sure they can be read. Use the largest that will fit. Cornerworkers and bridge personel need to be able to read them.

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Section 5.2.22 Article A from 2010 Rulebook

A. Case guard or reinforced cover required on the left side only for Yamaha YZF-R1 and 2000 and later model Suzuki GSXRs with OEM style body work. (No openings on the lower right side of fairing.)
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From what I understand you could strap aluminum bar and bolt it on both ends and call it a day. You could also CNC nylon in the case cover shape and bolt that on.

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the vortex case guards are acceptable right??

although the option of just fabbing up some metal bars certainly intrigues me...

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Yes they are acceptable.

Jason there is a guy on WERA that is selling gards for ur bike right now.
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Yes they are acceptable.

Jason there is a guy on WERA that is selling gards for ur bike right now.
yup i already jumped on those
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