EMRA warns of dyno checks for CB500 series

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CHIEFS at EMRA have revealed they are set to introduce power policing for their CB500 series in 2020.

The championship, which has a limit of 52bhp for the parallel twin machines, is gearing up for a busy season next year and club bosses are clamping down on regs.

“We now have an arrangement with a Dyno operator at certain un named rounds,” a club statement said.

“We will be selecting various competitors and their CB 500 machines for testing and if the machine is found to exceed the 52 BHP limit the competitor will be disqualified from any results and points that may have been scored at that round the test is done.”

*Image: Kev Gunstone

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