Yep. That's one of the reasons I mostly only race in SB (unlimited) classes. 1. It lets me mod the bike however I want. 2. I don't have to worry about misinterpreting the rules, or being DQ'ed for some chickenshit technicality. I did race the 1299S in SS classes last year, but that was because it was bone stock other than exhaust, rearsets, levers, and little bolt on shit like that. The motor, linkage, triples, even suspension was all bone stock. Since nothing was changed, I didn't have to worry about legality. But if/when I go to truly modding a bike, like getting into the motor or clutch and shit like that, I just go to racing only SB classes. Even if the build/mods are "light" and more than likely SS legal, it is just easier (peace of mind) to race in SB classes and not have to worry about it.