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Stotz Racing Back in the Saddle

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Frankie Stotz

Kent Stotz got Back in the Saddle for the first time in almost two years. True to his experience he had reaction times between .023 and .064 which is the best in the class. Stotz wanted to test the new XXX 138 race fuel which made 9.5 % more HP on the dyno.

The first round of qualifying sent the bike on giant wheelies even with the boost controller turned down. Stotz tamed the bike to go on to win the race but never got to see what it will ultimately run. Stay tuned to the Stotz Racing team as they test the limits of the new XXX race fuel.

Frankie Stotz had low ET of the first race and went to the final with confidence.

Stotz Racing

“The SuperStreet Honda CBR1000RR was running great. Before Frankie’s final, we tested the boost controller (which requires unplugging the airshifter) and you guessed it, forgot to plug it back in, hence the runner up finish. A rookie mistake. This is no longer his rookie year for riding but it is his rookie year for being the crew chief of his own bike,” Stotz said. “Thankfully most of his rookie riding mistakes he made once and learned. We are looking forward to the Memorial Day race and the crowds Da Grove always pulls in.”

Four-time National Champion- Stotz Racing thanks our sponsors that make the record setting parts and services. Sponsored by the Honda Rider’s Club of America, Pro Honda Oils and Chemicals, Scorpion EXO Helmets, Joe Rocket, BST Wheels, Falicon Crankshaft Components, Velocity Racing, Star Racing, JE Pistons, Air-Tech Streamlining, Schaumburg Honda, HyperPro Suspension, and Win Racing.

About Stotz Racing
Stotz Racing earned AMA Street Bike Shootout Championships in 1995, 1998, 2001 and 2002. In 2004, Stotz Racing’s turbocharged Honda CBR1100XX became the first Street Bike to set the 200 mph record (7.25 seconds at 200.49 mph). Stotz Racing thanks those sponsors that make the record setting parts and services. Sponsored by the Honda Rider’s Club of America, Pro Honda Oils and Chemicals, Scorpion EXO Helmets, Joe Rocket, BST Wheels, Falicon Crankshaft Components, Velocity Racing, Star Racing, JE Pistons, Air-Tech Streamlining, Schaumburg Honda, HyperPro Suspension, and Win Racing. Stotz Racing also set records in the Import V-Twin Horsepower Challenge on a Turbocharged Honda VTX1800.

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