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4.5.

2 REAL STREET

DESIGNATION: RST, followed by rider number.

A true entry-level, limited budget class, Real Street is an exhibition class designed to give the entry-level racer a place to compete in heads-up, no-
breakout competition. Almost any racer currently competing in any Street ET class around the country can bring his or her bike, with little or no
modifications, and experience true heads-up racing for the first time.

With no limits on internal engine modifications, the much-feared post-race teardowns will be avoided. Instead, power levels will be controlled by limiting
fuel delivery to only that which can be fed via stock fuel injectors. This approach simplifies the tech procedures following record-claiming runs and post-
race inspections. Only a minimal amount of disassembly will be required, because engine inspection will consist of only a flow check of the injectors.

Each bike may be required to compete in a 2-mile road course to prove street ability at selected events.

Ballistic blankets are not required for any entrants in this class.

This class is run as a “heads up” no break-out eliminator with a qualified field up to 32 motorcycles on a (.400) Pro tree.

4.5.2.1 ENGINE

4.5.2.1.1 GENERAL
Any internal modification is permitted. OEM engine cases and cylinder head casting must be used, but may be modified. Engine covers and crankcase
breather covers may be replaced.

4.5.2.1.2 CARBURETOR
Naturally aspirated-only carburetor-equipped entrants are allowed. The use of nitrous, supercharging, or turbo-charging is not allowed on carbureted
bikes. Aftermarket carburetors are allowed. Replacement of fuel injection with carburetors is allowed.

4.5.2.1.3 FUEL INJECTION


Only motorcycles originally equipped with electronic fuel injection may use fuel injection. All fuel supplied to the engine must be supplied by a single
OEM fuel injector per cylinder. No extra injectors, “piggy-back” fuel systems, “wet” nitrous systems, fuel jets or bleeds, “leaking” fuel lines or seals, or any
other method allowing additional fuel into the engine are allowed. Any competitor found
to have such equipment will receive a mandatory minimum suspension of 3 races, and a forfeiture of all points earned up to that point in the season.

Dual Injector-Equipped Entrants: Any bikes originally equipped with two injectors per cylinder are allowed to compete. However, on any entrant utilizing
a turbocharger, supercharger, or nitrous, the use of any components that would allow both injectors to operate simultaneously during race conditions is
prohibited. Any competitor found to have such equipment will receive a mandatory minimum suspension of 3 races, and a forfeiture of all points earned
up to that point in the season.

Electronic Control Boxes: Aftermarket fuel injection management systems that allow fuel or ignition timing adjustments are allowed. All units must be
Prostar approved and available for immediate shipment from U.S. warehouses to any of the manufacturer’s U.S. retail outlets for sale to the public.
Availability must be maintained throughout the current racing season.

Approved units that plug directly into the unmodified OEM wiring harness are allowed. Additionally, control units that require modification to the factory
harness may be approved on a case-by-case basis by Prostar Tech. Any approved unit must be installed EXACTLY as per manufacturer’s instructions.
Any deviation from manufacturer’s instructions is grounds for immediate disqualification for the remainder of the event.

On dual injector-equipped entrants (except naturally aspirated only), the use of any aftermarket control box, or the use of more than one aftermarket box
in an attempt to operate both sets of injectors is not allowed.

Fuel Injectors: Stock OEM fuel injectors only. As part of the post-race teardown, tech may remove and flow-test injectors to verify that they are within
factory flow characteristics.

Fuel Delivery Systems: Fuel pump, pressure regulators, fuel lines, filters, and fuel rails may be replaced with aftermarket components.

Throttle Bodies: OEM throttle bodies must be used. Throttle bores may be modified, and throttle plates and shafts may be modified or replaced.
Secondary throttle plates (if originally equipped) may be modified, deactivated, or removed. No modifications to the fuel injector bores or mounts are
allowed. Fuel injectors must be mounted in original location.

4.5.2.1.4 INTAKE
Original air box and air inlet ducts may be modified, removed, or replaced. Aftermarket air boxes or turbo plenums may be used. Aftermarket filters or
velocity stacks may be used. Any sensors originally mounted to the factory air box may be relocated, but the factory wiring must be utilized. Vacuum
hoses may be replaced, or rerouted to control turbo/supercharger waste gates or pop-off valves. Clamps may be added to any air or vacuum lines.

Engine crankcase or EGR systems may be modified or removed. If factory crankcase venting is removed, a legal catch can must be utilized.

4.5.2.1.5 ENGINE POWERPLANT


Any internal modification is permitted. Cylinder blocks may be bored, re-sleeved, or re-plated, but OEM block casting must be used.

4.5.2.1.6 FORCED INDUCTION


Turbochargers: The use of a single turbocharger is allowed. Ambient air-to-air inter-cooling and/or water injection is allowed. Cryogenic or liquid-to-air
inter-cooling not allowed. Turbocharged entrants may not use nitrous oxide injection, alcohol, or nitro-methane fuels. The use of alcohol or other
substance in water injection tank is prohibited.

Nitrous: Dry nitrous injection only.


Superchargers: Engine-driven superchargers allowed.

4.5.2.1.7 STARTING SYSTEMS


All engines must be self-starting. No push or roller starts. OEM-style starting systems required. The use of heavy-duty starter system components is
allowed, as long as they are of a similar design as the OEM components they replace. The use of case reinforcements, heavy-duty starter covers,
mounting plates, shafts and gears are allowed.

4.5.2.1.8 OILING SYSTEMS


Upgraded oiling system components are allowed. Aftermarket oil pumps, pump drive gears and shafts, pressure regulators, and filters are allowed. Dry
sump oil systems are not allowed. Mechanical or electrical turbo scavenge pumps are allowed. Fittings and passages may be drilled oversize, blocked
off, tapped, or otherwise modified.

Factory oil coolers may be removed. Oil cooler lines, adapters, or fittings may be modified or replaced with bypass lines or fittings. Additional oil feed or
return lines for either turbocharger lubrication, or improved engine lubrication may be added.

Oil Pans: Aftermarket oil pans and pickups are allowed. Approved pan list will be the same as for Super Street.

4.5.2.1.9 COOLING SYSTEMS


OEM-style cooling systems must be used.

Radiators: OEM radiator must be used, and mounted in original location, with stock OEM hardware used for top radiator mounting. Bottom of radiator
may be spaced forward to give additional clearance for exhaust or turbo systems. If an oil cooler has been removed and oil cooler shared a common
bracket with the radiator, the bracket may be modified or replaced. Radiator inlets and outlets may be modified.

Hoses & Fittings: Coolant hoses may be modified or rerouted. Additional lines for turbocharger cooling may be added. Coolant hose adapters bolted to
the cylinder block or cylinder head may be modified or replaced. Adapters must bolt to original location on block or head.

Water Pump: OEM water pumps must be used, mounted in original location.

4.5.2.2 *DRIVETRAIN

4.5.2.2.1 CLUTCH
Clutch Components: Clutch basket (outer) and clutch hub (inner) may be replaced with billet aftermarket components. Aftermarket baskets and/or hubs
must utilize original OEM clutch design. Clutch basket rear plate, rivets, and cushion springs may be reinforced, or may be replaced with heavy-duty
aftermarket components of similar design. Clutch plates and springs may be replaced with aftermarket parts.

Modification or replacement of the OEM back torque and/or slipper clutch components permissible.

Lockup Clutches: No aftermarket lockup clutches permitted. This includes any type of mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic or electric assist.

Clutch Cover: Aftermarket quick access clutch cover permissible.

Cable Actuated Systems: Aftermarket clutch control cables lines may be used.

Hydraulic systems: Aftermarket hoses may be used. Slave cylinder reinforcement plates or brackets may be used. Aftermarket billet sprocket covers
may be used.

4.5.2.2.2 TRANSMISSION
Modified OEM transmissions allowed. Automatic transmissions prohibited. (See Transmission 2.2.3)

The use of air or electric shifters is permitted. Auto-shifting devices are not permitted.

4.5.2.2.3 CHAIN & SPROCKETS


Chains and sprockets may be replaced with aftermarket components.

Front sprocket covers may be replaced with aftermarket components. “Case Savers” designed to protect engine cases in the event of a chain failure
may be used.

4.5.2.3 *BRAKES & SUSPENSION


4.5.2.3.1 BRAKES
Brake pads and brake lines may be replaced with DOT approved components. Aftermarket replacement brake rotors are permissible, but must have the
same outer diameter and mounting pattern as OEM rotors. Stock OEM brake calipers are required, but may be polished, plated, or painted. One front
caliper and rotor may be removed.

4.5.2.3.2 FRONT SUSPENSION


The use of a tie-down strap will be permissible, but once in place with the minimum ground clearance of 3-inches, 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 damping qualities.
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 may be
added or 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 ½-inch. A steering damper is required.

Unless otherwise noted, all suspension hardware, including axle, axle nut, axle spacers, brake bolts, bottom triple clamp & hardware, steering stem &
hardware, and fender mounts must be stock OEM components. No modification to increase front weight bias is allowed.
4.5.2.3.3 REAR SUSPENSION
Rear suspension must have a minimum of 1-inch travel. Rear shock may be replaced with an aftermarket unit, provided it bolts into unmodified OEM
shock mounts. Rear suspension links or “dogbones” may be utilized, but rising rate linkage must be stock OEM components.

Swingarm pivot bolt and hardware must be stock OEM. Rear axle assembly may be replaced with aftermarket components. Rear brake hanger may be
modified or replaced, but factory caliper must still mount to it.

4.5.2.4 FRAME

4.5.2.4.1 FRAME
Stock frames required with no modifications. Frame must display vehicle identification number. Frames may be polished, painted, plated, or chromed.
Steering head angle may not be altered. Wheelie bars are prohibited. (See 4.3.1.9.5)

4.5.2.4.2 GROUND CLEARANCE


Minimum 3-inches with rider sitting on bike, straight up perpendicular to ground with 8 psi in rear tire.

4.5.2.4.3 *SEAT
Minimum seat height, with rider in position, seat compressed and 8 psi in rear tire, measured from lowest point of seating position to ground is 22-inches.
Stock OEM seat pan and seat latches are required. Upholstery and padding may be modified or replaced.

4.5.2.4.4 SWINGARM
Extended factory swingarms allowed. Bracing may be removed or added, but suspension mounting locations and swingarm pivot area must remain
unmodified. Air tanks, nitrous bottle mounts, or other mounting points may be added.

Aftermarket swingarms constructed of aluminum or chrome-moly tubing are allowed. Swingarm pivot must be of the same dimensions as OEM
swingarm. Suspension mounting locations must be the same as OEM swingarm. Clubfoot style arms are not allowed on any type of swingarm.

Bolt-on extensions are allowed, but design and installation must be approved by tech.

4.5.2.4.5 WHEELBASE
Maximum wheelbase 64-inches

4.5.2.5 TIRES & WHEELS

4.5.2.5.1 TIRES
DOT Z-rated motorcycle street tires only, slicks prohibited. Type and size tire cannot be switched after road course. Tech must be informed prior to tire
change for verification. (See Tires 2.5.1)

4.5.2.5.2 WHEELS
Aftermarket wheels of the same diameter as OEM wheels are allowed. Aftermarket wheels must utilize the factory brake mounting pattern, brake
spacing, and bearing sizes. Cast wheels must have a 180mm or greater width tire. The use of carbon fiber wheels is prohibited. Front wheels must be a
minimum of 3.00 inches in width, and rear wheels must be a maximum of 6.25 inches in width. Total weight of front wheel rotating assembly, including
tire, rotor, bearings, etc cannot exceed 26 lbs

4.5.2.6 FUEL

4.5.2.6.1 FUEL
Any Prostar approved gasoline, no nitro, no alcohol (See Fuels 2.6.1) The use of alcohol or other substance in water is prohibited. The use of nitrous as
a cooling method is prohibited.

Allow enough fuel for a two-mile ride prior to a qualifying or elimination run. (See Fuel, 2.6.)

4.5.2.6.2 FUEL SYSTEMS


Artificial cooling or heating systems (i.e., cool cans, ice, freon, whipits, etc.) prohibited. Circulating systems, not part of normal fuel pump system,
prohibited.
Dual cable positive return throttle mandatory. Fuel lines that do not terminate with an AN-type connector or factory equivalent must be fastened with a
metal clamp, band or fitting (no wire). Be careful not to over tighten.

4.5.2.7 BODY

4.5.2.7.1 FAIRINGS
All main body parts, except for the tail section, must be OEM. Aftermarket windscreen is permissible. Repainting or repair of damaged components is
allowed. Bottom of fairings may be trimmed for ground clearance. Minimal trimming or cutting for turbo or sidewinder exhaust is allowed. Trimming for
clutch access is allowed.

Tail Section: One piece stock shape rear tail sections will only be accepted with approved manufacturers and part numbers. The use of carbon fiber for
these body panels is not allowed. A manufacturer’s label, with correct part number, must be laid in the resin on the inside of the part during manufacture.
In order to allow viewing of both the manufacturers label and the materials used during construction, the inside of the body panel may not be painted.
Each interested manufacturer must submit sample parts for approval a minimum of 60-days prior to any event in which it desires approval eligibility. This
will be strictly enforced.
To allow access to nitrous bottle, all nitrous bikes must have thumb (butterfly) body fasteners on any aftermarket body pieces that cover bottle to allow
removal of panel or section by hand without the use of tools.

Fuel Tank: Stock OEM gas tank mandatory. Fuel inlets or outlets may be modified or added. No other modifications are allowed. The size and shape of
the tank, including the sump area, may not me modified. Factory fuel cap mount may not be modified. Factory fuel cap may be replaced with a functional
aftermarket cap.

Front Fender: A front fender is required. Front fender may be spaced upward or downward for tire clearance. Modification or replacement of brackets or
hardware for this purpose is allowed. Modification to forks for this purpose is not allowed. The use of over-sized or “heavy” parts for fender mounting is
not allowed.

Rear of fender may be trimmed for radiator or exhaust clearance.

Lights: All bodywork and light assemblies must be correctly matched for the same year model, and correct for the frame. The mixing of different styles of
bodywork or lights will not be allowed. Headlights must be stock OEM components, no modifications allowed, and must have both low and high beams
fully functioning. Decorative headlight cover is allowed.

Tail lights may have their mounts modified if mounted to an aftermarket tail section. Tail lights must have both running and brake light systems fully
functioning. Aftermarket lenses may be used on tail lights.

Fairing Mounts: Original instrument panels, mounting brackets, and fairing brackets must be used. If mirrors are removed, block-off plates may be used
to hold upper portion of fairing to bracket.

4.5.2.8 ELECTRICAL/CONTROL

4.5.2.8.1 WIRING HARNESS & COMPONENTS


Unless otherwise noted, the stock OEM harness and all electrical components must be installed in factory location and functioning. Any aftermarket
wiring must be visible, easily traceable, and un-loomed.

Side stand interlocks may be bypassed.

4.5.2.8.2 AFTERMARKET COMPONENTS


Any aftermarket electrical component must receive approval of Prostar Tech to be legal for use. Installation of those components must be installed
exactly as described in the manufacturers’ instructions.

Shift Lights: Aftermarket shift lights are permitted.

Shift Kill Modules: Approved shift kill modules are allowed. Minimal modifications to the wiring harness necessary for installation are allowed. Minimal
modifications to allow the factory horn button to be used as the shifter activation button is allowed. Horn may be deactivated.

Nitrous Controllers; Nitrous progressive controllers and/or timers are allowed. Minimal modifications to the electrical system for installation of the nitrous
system are allowed. Modifications to the electrical system to allow the factory starter button and/or factory clutch switch to be used for nitrous activation
are allowed.

Control boxes utilizing the throttle position sensor or a gear shift counter to activate nitrous control are allowed.

Boost Controllers: Open-loop boost controllers are allowed. Controllers may not measure boost and self-adjust to meet a pre-set target boost level.

Minimal modifications to electrical system for installation of boost controllers is allowed. Modifications to the electrical system to allow the factory clutch
switch and/or throttle position sensor for boost control activation is allowed. Use of a gear shift counter is allowed.

Oxygen sensors: OEM oxygen sensors may used, or may be deactivated or removed.

A single aftermarket oxygen sensor is allowed, and may data log air/fuel ratio and engine rpm only. It must be wired independently of any other systems
on the vehicle, and any data collected may not be used to adjust any function of the bike during the run.

4.5.2.8.3 BANNED COMPONENTS


The use of the following electrical aftermarket items is prohibited:
1. Stutters boxes or two-steps.
2. Auto-shifting controls

4.5.2.8.4 BATTERIES
Batteries may be replaced with one of a larger size. OEM battery box may be modified or replaced to accommodate the larger battery, but must be
located in factory location.

Dual Batteries: Non-turbo entrants are allowed to install a second battery to assist in starting. The second battery may be mounted anywhere on the
bike, so long as it is within the bodywork, but the battery may not be any heavier than the factory battery. The weight of the extra battery box, extra
cables, and any mounting hardware may not exceed 5 lbs. Minimal modifications to fairing brackets, sub frames, etc. are allowed in order to safely
secure the extra battery. Tech has final decision on whether modifications are acceptable.

Battery Cables: Any battery cable may be replaced with a cable of a larger size.
4.5.2.8.5 *IGNITION
49-State model engine and ignition components may replace those same components on California-only motorcycles of the same manufacturer, year
and model.
The complete ignition/engine control system can be modified as follows:
1. Ignition timing may be altered by slotting ignition trigger mounting plate or replacing stock ignition rotor with an aftermarket rotor.
2. Engine Control Modules may be replaced with approved aftermarket components. Replacements must be available for immediate shipment
from U.S. warehouses to any of the manufacturer’s U.S. retail outlets for sale to the public. Availability must be maintained throughout the
current racing season.
3. Spark plugs and plug wires may be replaced with aftermarket parts
4. Timing retard eliminator permissible.
5. The use of rev extended factory ECU is permissible.

4.5.2.9 SUPPORT GROUP

4.5.2.9.1 MODIFICATIONS
Unless otherwise noted all parts on the motorcycle must be stock OEM components appropriate for the year and model of bike. Unless a specific
exception is given, only cosmetic modifications (plating, painting, chroming, etc) are permitted to the engine, frame, suspension, bodywork, seat,
controls, or electrical system of the bike. If a modification is not specifically listed as legal within this rulebook, then it is not legal. Replacement of
components from other model bikes is not allowed.

Minimal modifications for the purpose of mounting many of the allowable aftermarket components, such as control boxes, switches, nitrous bottles and
solenoids, intercoolers, etc. is allowed. Small panels or brackets for mounting electrics or other components are allowed. Tech department has final word
on whether modifications are acceptable.

4.5.2.9.2 REMOVABLE COMPONENTS


The following Items may be removed:
1. Side marker lights, reflectors and mirrors (disconnection must be made at stock connectors, not by cutting). Wiring harness must remain
otherwise intact.
2. License plate bracket.
3. Radiator fan and wiring. Disconnection must be made at stock connectors.
4. Passenger footrest, mounting brackets and grab rails.
5. Rear fender or rear section of rear fender may be removed if tail/seat bodywork covers the top of the rear wheel.
6. Center stands.

NOTE: Prostar does not require the removal of any items.

*4.5.2.9.3 ACCEPTABLE AFTERMARKET COMPONENTS

The following items may be replaced by aftermarket parts, except as noted:

1. Handlebars, hand controls, foot controls (brake and clutch master cylinders, and cable clutch mechanisms must remain absolutely stock. Only
levers may be replaced.) Foot pegs may not be mounted to the swingarm or rear suspension.
2. Top triple clamp. Must retain factory ignition switch.
3. Timing chain tensioner.
4. Chain guard.
5. Exhaust system. Any OEM exhaust control valve system may be deactivated, and any associated components may be removed.
Disconnection of any electrical components must be made at the stock connectors on the main wiring harness.
6. Side markers or mirrors
7. Ignition coils. Unless specifically approved, coils must be direct replacements, and must pug into factory harness.
8. Gauges. Non-logging gauges may be used to monitor engine parameters. The use of any playback system for engine parameters other than
RPM and air-fuel is not allowed.

4.5.2.9.4 WEIGHT
Unlimited weight, no ballast.

4.5.2.10

4.5.2.10.1 QUALIFYING
Riders of Real Street must hold a Prostar Class 3C license.

4.5.2.10.2 ELIGIBILITY
Beginning in 2008, rider eligibility for this class will be limited to those for which the class is intended. Exact rules for determining eligibility will be
released at a later date.