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what is required for running your bike in terms of prep? I'm coming over from road racing, where just about everything has to be safety wired, bellypan required and no antifreeze allowed. Numbers on the bike have to be a certain size and either a yellow or white number plate background, depending on your level (amateur or expert) and the number themselves have to be black, no exceptions.
Also, Snell approved helmets, full leathers, leather gloves, boots, etc. Not much info from NWGP on their site. I've contacted them on several occasions with no reply. Any help would be very appreciated.
 

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Misupermoto race/ride info

For our stuff it is no leaks, no coolent, every thing else is good, we like to see catch cans for carbs and as always leathers are better then MX gear but it is your choice. Hit the web site for all needed info. Dave
 

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Here are a few more details to help you out if you need anything else just hit Dave, Misupermoto, or I up we have you covered.
1.I'm coming over from road racing, where just about everything has to be safety wired = Drain Plug's and oil filter bolt's Wired and also Waterpump drain plug.
2. no antifreeze allowed = Waterweter or Water depending on some track's check out http://www.supermotospectacular.com/misupermoto/index.php and http://www.superbikers2.com/
3.Numbers on the bike = Pretty open just make sure they can read them is about the only thing they are concerned with.
4. Also, Snell approved helmets, full leathers, leather gloves, boots, etc. = Just about everything here except the leather's their is allot of us MX boy's that just can't do the Full leathers but with your background you will probably feel at home in them so you can run those and go from their.

Good Luck and hope to see you at the track soon! :thumbup:
 
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