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Old 01-15-2009, 10:28 AM   #41
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What qualifies as a mini?

I see that the CRF150 may be removed from the class for TMGP. What about CMRA or other orgs? Would that bike be worth making into a motard or will it be turned away for either larger or small bikes?
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Old 01-15-2009, 10:48 AM   #43
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What qualifies as a mini?

I see that the CRF150 may be removed from the class for TMGP. What about CMRA or other orgs? Would that bike be worth making into a motard or will it be turned away for either larger or small bikes?
You're better off building for the TMGP series in minis rather than the CMRA. That is unless you are already at the CMRA races and want to race minis also.

The TMGP has more mini events than the CMRA series does. The cool thing is though, for the classes that have parity with both series, when they do a cross over event, the points count toward both championships.

I think the 150 is still legal in CMRA check the rule book to know fo sho.
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Old 01-15-2009, 11:09 AM   #44
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What qualifies as a mini?

I see that the CRF150 may be removed from the class for TMGP. What about CMRA or other orgs? Would that bike be worth making into a motard or will it be turned away for either larger or small bikes?
CRF150R model, not F model. The CMRA defines where the 150R is in the grand scheme of things.

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http://www.cmraracing.com/forms.htm

http://www.cmraracing.com/pdf/2009/C...ok%2012-31.pdf
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also the R model isn't allowed to run TMGP but the F is..
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Old 01-16-2009, 11:27 AM   #46
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What qualifies as a mini?

I see that the CRF150 may be removed from the class for TMGP. What about CMRA or other orgs? Would that bike be worth making into a motard or will it be turned away for either larger or small bikes?

Just for reference the CMRA F4 mini endurance champs ran a Honda RS125 chasis with a CRF150R motor in it.
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