Suchanek tested for two weekends prior to making his next attempt. "The bike was running good, I felt like i had a good map in the PCIII but it proved to be a bit lean due to the cold weather," he said. "I couldn't find a dyno to tune tune the bike in zero-degree temps. And on the day of the event it was snowing pretty heavily. I ended up sucking snow through the air filter and icing it up a bit so my power was down. Another problem I had was my front tire started throwing studs into the radiator. Six studs flew out during the triple-digit speed runs and that resulted in six holes in my radiator! Still, I was able to lay down that record 109.5 mph run, but for the rest of the day I was refilling the cooling system after every couple runs." A video recording of the record run can be viewed here.