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Wednesday, January 22, 2014

 


Bio:


Name: David Debutiaco


Current Race Bike: Kawasaki ZX-10R (2012)


Hometown: Kahului, Hawaii


Home Track: Maui Raceway Park


Age: 52


Height: 5' 4"


Weight: 160


Number of years riding: 45



Profession: Motorcycle Technician at Kiwi Car Care, Ltd.


What was your first exposure to motorcycles? Walking home from grade school and watching older kids wheelie by my elementary school. Then, getting my first Cat mini bike and riding it everyday after school.


What was your first exposure to racing? My two older brothers Andrew and Brent taking me to our local TT, motocross & drag races; and hanging with friends who raced.


How did you get involved in racing? My brother Brent said "you going to start racing," so I signed up.


What year did you start racing or being involved in racing? In 1969, at the age of 9, I started motocross racing.


History of racing bikes and classes:

1969: Cat MX Open Mini Solid Wheel Class
1971: Honda Trail 50 MX Open Mini Solid Wheel Class
1972: Kawasaki MT1 75 MX Open Mini Solid Wheel Class
1973: Honda XR75 MX Age (9-11) Spoke Wheel
1974: Yamaha YZ80 MX Age (11-14) Spoke Wheel
1975: Yamaha YZ125
1977 - 78: Suzuki RM125
1981: Honda CR125
1984: Kawasaki KX250
1984: Honda VFR 500 Interceptor
1985: Kawasaki KX500
1988: Yamaha YFZ750RU
1987 - 99: Suzuki GSXR-750 Dragbike w/1127 Motor



Accomplishments / Awards:

Novice 125 Champion (1975)
Amateur 125 Champion (1976)
Amateur 250 Champion (1985)
Super Comp 1st Place (July, 1997)
Pro Bikes 1st Place (November, 2010)
NHRA State Championship, Maui Raceway Park, Motorcycle Champion (July 15, 2011)
NHRA State Championship, Maui Raceway Park, Motorcycle Champion (August 16, 2013)
NHRA National Dragster Challenge Pro Bike 2013 Champion (August 17, 2013)
Summit Racing Series Pro Bike 2nd Place (October 19, 2013)


Other hobbies outside of racing: Surfing


Do you have any favorite riding spots? Going up the Haleakalā Crater road, 7000 ft above sea level (video below.)


What is the motorcycle culture like in Hawaii? We can ride here all year long and we have all types of bikes here; Sportbikes, Custom Street Harleys, Dual Sport, SuperMoto.


Do you have any advice for those aspiring to get into racing? Set your goals and be thankful when you reach them.


Do you have any rituals that you do before racing? A prayer with our team.


Have you ever thought about trying another form of motorcycle racing? No I haven't, but if we had a road course I would like to try some road racing.


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Modifications:


Engine: Stock Motor


Chassis: Brock's Performance Front End Lowering Kit


Suspension: JRI Drag Shock / Roaring Toys Lowering Link


Drivetrain: EK 525 ZZZ / 15 Tooth Front & 42 Tooth Rear Vortex Sprockets


Swingarm: McIntosh Alumi-Street Swingarm 5"-9" Over / 64" Wheelbase


Exhaust: Brock’s Performance Alien Head™ Slip-On Exhaust


Clutch: Brock's Performance Clutch Mod Kit / Heavy Duty Spring Kit


Fuel Injection Control: Dynojet Power Commander V / Brock's Track Map / Brock ECU Flash


Tire: Shinko Drag Hook Up 190/50-17


Fuel: VP MR12


Oil: Alisyn Less-Than-Zero Weight / Petron Oil Additive


Images:






Best 1/4 mile ET and MPH Performances:


Reaction Time: 0.6327


60 ft: 1.4249


330 ft: 3.7895


1/8 mile: 5.7364


1/8 mile MPH: 126.50


1,000 ft: 7.4233


1/4 mile: 8.8671


1/4 mile MPH: 154.13


Click here to view Time Ticket


Video:




Above: In this on-board video, David Debutiaco takes his Kawasaki ZX-10R (2012) on a ride up the Haleakala Highway in Kula, HI.





We know everyone loves hearing about their favorite professional athlete or racer, but there are a thousand stories out there that no one gets to hear about. It could be a hobby racer going fast and setting a personal best performance at their local drag strip or track day, or maybe it is a budding customizer building up their personal ride in their garage and doing some innovative things. It could even be an avid rider on two wheels who wants to share their enthusiasm for a particular project or charity in their community.


Brock’s Performance wants to use the power of social media to let you know about people you might not otherwise hear about. We would like to share your stories, accomplishments and photos with others. It could be any local racer, customizer or enthusiast who is simply going out and doing what they love to do, using Brock’s Performance products.


We ask you to stick to these simple rules: the story must revolve around motorcycling, it cannot be commercial in nature, and must in some way involve Brock’s Performance exhaust systems and other performance items.


If you would like to share your story, or nominate someone to be featured as one of our Facebook Friends, please send an e-mail to:
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