The D&D / Custom Chrome V-Bike vs. Fatbook Flyer Smackdown

By Motorcycle.Com Staff, Jul. 26, 2007, Photography by N/A
D&D's V-Bike has the Fat Book Flyer in the Cross Hairs at Bonneville D&D Performance Enterprises is Looking to Smash the Fat Book Flyer Record.

The D&D / Custom Chrome V-Bike  vs. Fatbook Flyer Smackdown - In one corner is the #1160 D&D / Custom Chrome V-Bike and in the other is the defending champ and soon to be dethroned, #691 Fatbook Flyer. D&D Performance Enterprises is throwing down the gauntlet for supremacy and ultimate record in the 2000-M-PF class at the Speed Trials By BUB located at the Bonneville Salt Flats on September second through sixth.

The D&D / Custom Chrome motorbike, #1160,  is a modified V-Bike from Custom Chrome with a RevTech motor slightly modified by the D&D team  to produce 116 CID or 1905 cc. D&D is aiming to take the FatBook Flyer down and beat their  2000cc Modified Pushrod Fuel Record of 154 mph, 
which was set at the BUB meet in 2006.

Dave Rash, The Pope of Pipe, said, "This is a chance to prove that a RevTech motor can run with anything on the market; we are really looking forward to this challenge and taking the title back to Texas."

D&D will be rolling out their Custom Chrome RevTech Powered V-Bike with a major performance enhancement, a new Custom Land Speed Exhaust designed by the Pope of Pipe. "We have fine tuned the power and fuel deliver system with our state-of-the-art in-house Super Flow Eddy. Current Ram Air dynamometer and built a pipe to extract every ounce of horsepower from this machine," said Rash. "We have the motorbike and team to take home the title."

Team D&D's V-Bike is built with race-proven components including RevTech® 6-speed overdrive transmission, Paioli adjustable inverted forks, 4 gallon 'Regency' one-piece stretched gas tank, carbon fiber fenders, monster carburetor,  Brembo brake calipers, Brembo 13" floating brake rotors and 17" Marchesini forged alloy wheels.

About D&D Exhaust

In 1972 David Rash had a problem. He couldn?t find the exhaust pipe he needed for his race bike. He knew that the proper exhaust for his engine configuration would give him an edge over his competition. However, no such pipe was available. So he did the only thing he could do, he built one. Thirty years and 250,000 pipes later D&D Exhaust systems are some of the leading performance motorcycle exhaust systems in the world.

D&D Performance Exhausts are available from Custom Chrome dealers  nationwide or from the factory at 817-834-8961
http://www.danddexhaust.com/

For additional press information:
Jeff Najar
pr@horsepowermarketing.com
919-383-0500