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I keep reading all this Stoner just whacks the throttle open and the bike does everything for him, then how does he drift the bike so much if its not rider feel, or only Rossi can do that, also Stoner was not honda number 1 coming into last season Dani was. The Rc211v had electronics on it from the get-go. The 2003 had TC. The 2004 M1 had magnetti marelli on it. Electronics or not Rossi will never win again guys. Keep lying to yourselves. Rossi was the first rider to use it and has the most experience with it. Also the 990's were 148kg and the 800's were 153kg, tires and systems have come a long way but the bikes are by no means a video game.

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