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Its my view (all be it i'm not an engineer) that the L4 engine configuration has reached its development limits and no amount of chassis tweeks will make it any more stable at the speeds its asked to do but Ducati has a major quandry, to build a new bike from the ground up will not only set them back Billons but also put them a further 5 years or so behind the japanese in terms of development. So do they forge on and see deminishing returns, make the current engine more adjustable whthin the frame, narrow the V angle or start afresh with a more compact mill with the 90 degree vee in a more upright position?



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