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Apart from size and weight, there are a lot of variables than can affect top speed in straight line. Engines are equal for all (no reason to believe the opposite), but the setting up is not. Corner speed in the previous corner also matters, and the riding style is indeed important as well. If anybody bothered to check top speeds in MotoGP.com, you would realise that Marquez bike is only the fourth fastest. So?



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