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2014

Super Radius

Vance & Hines introduces the next generation of radius style pipes – Super Radius

Fuelpak FP3

Vance & Hines introduces the next generation of fuel management
2013

Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Series

Steve Rapp wins 2013 AMA Pro Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Series Championship.
2012

NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle

Eddie Krawiec wins his third NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle title with teammate Andrew Hines finishing second.

Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Series

Michael Barnes wins 2012 Vance & Hines XR1200 Series Championship.

NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle

Andrew Hines sets an NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle record with a 6.728 ET beating Krawiec’s previous mark of 6.750 ET set in March of the same year.
2011

Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Series

Chris Fillmore wins 2011 Vance & Hines XR1200 Series Championship.

NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle

Eddie Krawiec wins his second NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle title.
2010

AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 series

Danny Eslick wins the first ever 2010 Vance & Hines XR1200 Series Championship.

NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle

Andrew Hines makes 6 final rounds in NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle with 1 win in Reading, Pennsylvania.

AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 series

Vance & Hines begins its sponsorship of the AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 series.
2009

NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle

Eddie Krawiec finishes second in the NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle championship.
2008

Monster Ovals

Vance & Hines introduces the Monster Ovals.

NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle

Vance & Hines/ Screamin’ Eagle Harley-Davidson rider Eddie Krawiec wins his first NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle championship.
2007

NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle

Vance & Hines/ Drag Specialties AHDRA Top Fuel rider Doug Vancil wins the national championship in Las Vegas, Nevada.
2006

NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle

Andrew Hines becomes the third person in NHRA history to win three consecutive titles.
2005

Fuelpak

Vance & Hines introduces the Fuelpak.

NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle

Andrew Hines makes the first ever Pro Stock Motorcycle six second pass with a 6.991 ET at the Gatornationals in Gainesville, Florida and bettered it in Sonoma, California with a 6.96 ET.

NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle

Andrew Hines wins his second Pro Stock Motorcycle Championship.
2004

NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle

Andrew Hines wins his first NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle Championship, becoming the youngest NHRA champion in history at 21 years old.
2003

NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle

Matt Hines takes over as crew chief on the Vance & Hines Screamin’ Eagle Harley-Davidson Team.
2002

Fuelpak

Vance & Hines introduces the second generation of Fuelpak.

NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle

Andrew Hines debuted his Pro Stock Motorcycle drag racing career in Denver, Colorado
2001

Power Chamber

Vance & Hines introduces the Power Chamber.

NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle

Vance & Hines joins with Drag Specialties to form a Top Fuel Harley Team with racer Doug Vancil (who went on to win the 6 IHRA Top Fuel Harley Championships.)

NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle

Harley-Davidson contracts Vance & Hines to build and campaign the Vance & Hines/ Screamin’ Eagle Harley-Davidson V-Rod Pro Bike which debuted with GT Tonglet at the Gatornationals in Gainesville, Florida.

NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle

Matt Hines sets NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle ¼ mile record with a 194.1 mph at Englishtown, New Jersey.
2000

AMA Pro Road Racing

Veteran rider John Kocinski joins the Vance & Hines Ducati team.
1999

Motorcycle Hall of Fame

Terry Vance is inducted into the Motorcycle Hall of Fame.

AMA Pro Road Racing

Anthony Gobert wins round two of the World Superbike Series at Laguna Seca Raceway.

AMA Pro Road Racing

Vance & Hines Ducati rider Ben Bostrom wins the AMA Superbike Championship, and round one of the World Superbike Series at Laguna Seca Raceway.

AMA Pro Road Racing

Ducati USA signs Vance & Hines to run the AMA Superbike series with riders Anthony Gobert and Ben Bostrom.

Pro Pipe

Vance & Hines introduces the Pro Pipe, the best looking 2-into-1, with the best performance.

NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle

Matt Hines wins his third Pro Stock Motorcycle championship.
1998

NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle

Matt Hines wins his second Pro Stock Motorcycle championship.
1997

NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle

Matt Hines wins his first Pro Stock Motorcycle championship.
1996

NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle

Matt Hines wins NHRA rookie of the year in Pro Stock Motorcycle.
1995

Straightshots

Vance & Hines introduces the Straightshots, revolutionizing the exhaust market.

AMA Pro Road Racing

Vance & Hines rider Tom Kipp wins the AMA 750 SuperSport Championship.
1994

AMA Pro Road Racing

Vance & Hines wins the AMA 600 SuperSport Championship with rider Jamie James.
1993

AMA Pro Road Racing

Colin Edwards joins the Vance & Hines Yamaha team.

AMA Pro Road Racing

Vance and Hines rider Eddie Lawson wins the Daytona 200 making it the company’s second win of this event.
1992

NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle

Byron Hines builds, and rides, a Pro Stock Yamaha FJ1200 to victory in Topeka, Kansas.
1991

AMA Pro Road Racing

Vance & Hines rider Thomas Stevens wins the AMA Superbike Championship.

SS2-R

Vance & Hines introduces the SS2-R.
1990

AMA Pro Road Racing

Vance & Hines is contracted by Yamaha Motor Corporation to run the AMA Superbike and SuperSport series as the official factory team, in which they win their first Daytona 200 victory and their first 600 SuperSport series championship.
1988

Terry Vance retires

Terry Vance retires having won 14 NHRA Top Fuel and Pro Stock Motorcycle titles together with a 101-21 career record in Pro Stock bike elimination, which ranks among the sport’s all time best in any class.
1987

NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle

Terry Vance runs the first ever seven second pass with a 7.990 ET at the Chief Nationals in Dallas, Texas.
1985

AMA Pro Road Racing

Vance & Hines competes in the AMA Superbike Series with rider David Sadowski on a Vance & Hines GSX-R750 Suzuki Superbike.
1984

NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle

Terry Vance records the first ever six second pass in Top Fuel Motorcycle with a 6.98 ET.

AMA Pro Road Racing

Vance & Hines enters first Daytona 200 with Randy Renfrow riding the Vance & Hines Suzuki GSX-R750 Superbike.
1982

AMA Pro Road Racing

Vance & Hines enters first AMA Road Race at Laguna Seca Raceway with rider Mike Baldwin.

AMA Pro Road Racing

The Vance & Hines team enters their first AMA Superbike event with rider Mike Spencer.
1979

Chrome 4-into-1

Vance & Hines introduces the Chrome 4-into-1 pipe.

Vance & Hines is founded

1972

Terry Vance and Byron Hines team up to start racing together