Or, dream of calling Kevin Hunt at KWS Motorsports in North Charleston, South Carolina (www.KWSmotor sports.com). Hunt and his crew are well known in roadracing circles as one of the top-performing privateer teams in AMA Superbike racing, fielding riders Matt Lynn and John Haner in 2006. In fact, a few years back when AMA Superbike Champion Mat Mladin was complaining about privateer Superbikes outrunning his factory machine on the straights, it was the KWS entry (then ridden by Shawn Higbee) that he was whining about. In addition to his successful race team, Hunt also operates a thriving performance shop and would be happy to build you the ultimate daily rider-which is exactly what we asked him to do. Since the AMA rulebook is irrelevant on the street, Hunt went about this project differently than he would a racebike. Since reliability and streetability were his main goals, he bumped up displacement to 1143cc with big-bore cylinders and a stroker crank to produce a substantial power gain without aggressive tuning that would make the bike difficult to live with day-in and day-out. The other priority was maximum midrange grunt: Hunt says another 5 peak ponies would have been no problem with bigger valves and more aggressive cams, but with street riding in mind he maintained a midrange-heavy tune.