Star Racing's Pro Stock Motorcycle Engine Dyno

In this video, Star Racing owner George Bryce puts one of our S&S Cycle Pro Stock Motorcycle engines through its paces to get ready for the 2013 NHRA season! Here at Star Racing we go through constant testing and tuning to get our motorcycles and engines to their peak performance. Our engine dynamometer is just one of the many ways to do this since we can control everything at our fingertips.

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Pro Stock Motorcycle Fabrication | Matt Smith Racing
I was able to check out the NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle shop of Matt Smith Racing. These Pro Stock Drag Bikes at works of art. Needless to say I enjoyed myself. Good luck to Matt and Angie Smith this season as they try to put Victory Motorcycles in the winners circle.

400+ Horsepower Harley-Davidson by Star Racing
Well, this was supposed to be a TOP SECRET video of a Star Racing customer's Harley that makes OVER 400 horsepower but ..... it was just TOO BADASS to hide from the world!! Enjoy!

Dave Schultz NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle Helmet Cam Video
12 years ago today, February 11, 2001, the world lost one of the greatest motorcycle drag racers that ever graced the sport! Dave Schultz! To this day he remains the winningest driver in NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle history with 45 wins! To say that Dave was an innovator was an understatement! His contributions to the sport of motorcycle drag racing are felt to this day! I was fortunate to know Dave on a more personal level. He invited me into his family with open arms. His son, the late Brian Schultz, was my crew chief for most of my NHRA racing career. Brian & I also had a special friendship. We were brothers! I love and miss him. After his father passed, Brian shared some of Dave's helmet cam video with me. I've kept it in my archives over the years. Today, in honor of The Man, Dave Schultz, I'd like to share some of it with you. I hope you enjoy it! Also, if you would, please share some of your best Dave Schultz memories under this post! Thanks for all that you gave us Dave! God Speed! Dave Schultz, May 15, 1948- February 11, 2001.