All other machines must use the ECU, datalogger and software provided by the Championship organisers and these machines may have a maximum fuel capacity of 24 litres.
The maximum number of engines that may be used in a season is limited to:
• MSMA manufacturers machines (Maximum four per manufacturer) 5 engines
• MSMA manufacturers in their first season of participation 9 engines
• All other entries 12 engines
• Engines are frozen for all races of the same season.
In addition to the changes effective 2014, bore and stroke dimensions are frozen for the three year period 2013 to 2015.
Important Note: The above regulation changes are subject to the satisfactory conclusion of ongoing negotiations between FIM, Dorna and the Manufacturers concerning the supply of additional machines and engines for use by other teams from 2014.
Contracts for the supply of these machines, engines, parts and technical support must be concluded between Dorna and the Manufacturers prior to the first event of 2013. Only then will the technical regulation changes be finally adopted.
The minimum weight for this class will now be 215 kg being the combined weight of the machine and rider, including the rider's protective equipment, on bike, camera, etc. Ballast may be added to achieve the minimum weight.
Further detail technical regulation changes were approved but publication of these will be postponed until after the next Grand Prix Commission meeting on 13 December.