Our Superbike version showed what a minimally restricted 1125 could do at New Jersey, running solidly in the AMA Pro Racing Superbike front pack even though it was down on power. To anyone who wanted to tell the real story, it was there and as clear as could be. But no, instead they said our Superbike was a cheater. No matter that anyone could buy one, that it had less displacement, smaller valves, less valve timing than the vaunted 1198cc 1098R. No, since it was a Buell it was cheating. No matter that we built them out of 1125Rs exactly as DMG/AMA Pro Racing requested, and no matter that it was down on power, had the same tires and the same weight as everyone else, ran a stock front brake, etc. No, we were not cheating in any way, nor did we have any unfair advantage in the series. But we were a problem for the establishment.