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Phil, don't underestimate what makes the difference. When you have 200bhp you can't use it most of the time, especially in the UK on tight tracks. New BSB will have still have 16.5" superlight wheels with fat slicks, super trick suspension, superlight bodywork and custom swinging arms. The problem with race electronics are that they already do benefit road bikes. Difficult to turn back. I think you need a compromise- electronics based on tilt sensors and ignition maps only, the kinda stuff that can be used on road bikes. GPS stuff and active suspension should be the stuff that's outlawed.

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