The 2005 AMA/Prostar: Dynojet Horsepower Challenge is held in Valdosta, Georgia.
In the Import Unlimited class - Hank Booth of Great Falls, Montana. Hank's highly modified 1999 Suzuki 1300GSXR Hayabusa with an NLR turbocharger cranked out a mind-boggling 701.32 horsepower.
Richard Peppler, of Ontario, Canada came in second with 559.02 horses, and Glen Bertagnoli coming in third with a 445.16. All of the top three competitors were using the Suzuki Hayabusa engine.
Highlights of other classes were Kent Stotz with 210 bhp on a turbo powered Honda in the Imported V-Twin Cruiser Open class while Don Smith tweaked his 600cc Suzuki to produce a respectable 118 bhp.
Bragging rights in the Domestic Motorcycle Class went to Weston, Florida resident Kevin Kelly who managed to get his Harley to produce 247 bhp in the V-twin Unlimited category, narrowly ahead of Nick Trask of Phoenix, Arizona whose Harley generated 228 bhp.
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