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@RickyP. electronics do more than one thing , you can't turn it off because of maping , engine braking ect , but traction control , the main hindrance taking the freedom of control out of your hands CAN be turned down. it will make the bike wilder and aggressive but still give the rider far more control in his hand. my point is if vale hated electronics stealing his freedom then he could easily grab some back by turning the tc right down. and vale has indeed ben using electronics longer than the rest , electronics came out near the end of the 500cc era and advanced from there. the rest were on 125cc with no electronics .



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