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"One thing that hasnt been mentioned is that round 2 is at texas - brand new track that no-one will know or have any past settings for." Doubt if it'll help anyone change the status quo. The factory bikes have the army of geeks and software to map it all out and set-up better than the rest, so their bikes should be programmed and dialled in quicker and best. The fact its a new track could well mean that these 4 bikes can clear off from the rest by an even more embarrasingly big margin?



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