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Suzuki 'TOP 1 ACK Attack' Type V Streamliner - 2006 LSR Bonneville Salt Flats Land-Speed World Record Winner
Suzuki 'Ack Attack' driven by Rocky Robinson hit a AMA/FIM 'Division C' (Streamlined) Type V, Class 13 record with an average speed (1 mile - two passes) of 342.797 mph on September 03, 2006.
Suzuki 'Top Oil' Top1 ACK Attack's 900 HP Twin 2600cc Suzuki Hayabusa Engines
Denis Manning of BUB Enterprises in Grass Valley, California, is the current LSR holder, breaking the briefly-held record set on September 02, 2006 by Mike Akatiff's ACK Attack. Manning's BUB Streamliner Seven, piloted by AMA flat-track champion Chris Carr, set a new world LSR of 350.884 mph on September 05, 2006.
The initial pass (1 Mile w/ Flying Start) hit a top speed of 344.673 mph, with the return pass at 340.922 mph. Previous record was set in 1990 by Team Harley-Davidson's 'Easyriders' Liner' and Dave Campos, topping 322 mph (518.450km/h).
The ACK Attack's record would be fleeting, with the Denis Manning 'BUB Streamliner Seven' setting a new world LSR of 350.884 mph on September 05, 2006. The BUB Streamliner #7, piloted by AMA flat-track champion Chris Carr, also achieved a record-setting one way pass at 354.832 mph through the measured mile.
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