Custom builds are popular in the sand drag racing scene.
Light weight and massive power are two of the most important factors for a winning drag machine.
The power of a snowmobile motor in a custom-made drag
frame can make it a very competitive sand drag bike.
“Convertibles” can rule the track. Pacific Northwest reigning Pro 2 champion Stephen Miller likes to go duning on his
Banshee when he’s not on the drag track racing it. His wheelie bar and struts are removable, and the shock absorbers bolt
A high-flow exhaust system is a must once you start building
a motor for drag racing. This system keeps horsepower up
and weight down.
A set of good paddle tires can be the difference from winning
or losing a drag race, and installing a shorter rear axle will
help give the bike more traction down the straights.