Click on photos for larger images.

November 17, 2006

Scott attends the AMA Awards Banquet to receive his Champion Medallion and certificate for his AMA National Land Speed Record of 217.850 mph.


September 3, 2006

Bub International Motorcycle Speed Trials Bonneville Salt Flats- Scott obtains a top speed of 226 mph with an average of 220.802 on his down run and an average of 214.899 on return to set an American Motorcyclists Association (AMA) National record of 217.850 mph.


August 17, 2006

Speedweek at Bonneville Salt Flats- Receiving the "Go" from chief starter Jim Jensen on the Long Course after a day of engine work. The bike became yet another victim of the salt when a small granule of salt made it’s way into an electrical connector and limited the bike to just 5900 rpm (still good for 176 mph with no boost)!




August 15, 2006

Speedweek at Bonneville Salt Flats- Scott hit the salt with the debut of the Heads Up LSR project bike featured on Dragbike.com. At the shop, Vince and Mike thrashed to help get the bike done in time.

On the salt, Scott received much needed and appreciated help from the crew of Brad Thompson and his family, Bob Couse, and Danny and Sue Creedon. On the bikes maiden voyage Scott was the fastest of the day on the short course with a run of 218.071 mph. On only three cylinders!



July 16 2006

El Mirage Dry Lake Bed, CA. - Scott earns Top Speed of the Meet with a run of 207.464 mph aboard his street bike while securing his SCTA Category A license allowing him to run 200+ mph.

The run was performed in 110+ degree heat on a stock length, stock height Hayabusa with a Heads Up Performance street turbo system running 8 psi of boost. The A license in his hand will allow him to chase the MPS-BF 1350 record of 233.687 mph at Bonneville Speedweek August 11-18.




June 11, 2006- 

El Mirage Dry Lake Bed, CA.  Scott completes his SCTA category B license pass at 189.513.  The event was called due to the wind and that was the only pass he made.  He will have to wait until the July 16th event to complete licensing.  Scott needs to run over 200 mph to obtain his category A license which will allow him to compete for records above 200 mph.  He has his sights on a Bonneville record of 233.687 mph set in the 1350cc Modified Partial Streamliner- Blown Fuel  (1350 MPS-BF) class.


Scott’s Hayabusa ready for his second run that never happened due to the weather.

Shown is Scott's Turbo Hayabusa ready for his second run that never happened due to the weather.


May/June 2006 Issue of Sand Sports Magazine, check out the feature on the King Sand Car of Buddy Wilson.  It has a Heads Up turbo system and a Hayabusa engine lightly modified by lead wrench Vince.


May 6-7, 2006

El Mirage Dry Lake Bed, CA.  Scott successfully completes runs of 137 and 159 mph to obtain his Southern California Timing Association (SCTA) category D and category C licenses.  His final run on a showroom stock 2003 Hayabusa netted him 173.261 mph, just short of the 175 mph needed to secure the SCTA category B license. 

 

Scott on his run of 173.261 mph


 
Copyright 2006, Heads Up Performance, All Rights Reserved