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@ amakusa "The rules are getting ridiculous. Limit fuel and add minimum weight? What are they trying to achieve?"
This is the compromise and how HRC /Yam factory prefer it, as it pays lip service to 'controlling' their advantages, while actually reinforcing them. Basically its a con, a nonsense, a smokescreen.
What do I mean? Well, a simple lower rev limit and mapping limits would cut fuel and remove the need for pneumatic valves, exotic materials and exorbitantly costly electronics, thus achieving a more level playing field easily and cheaply.
But that would mean ANY Mfr entering the series could build a competitive bike much more cheaply and easily. By vetoeing such a move and steering instead to the stupid rules of a fuel limit but NO rev limit, and adding weight it just means the ONLY way to get the ultimate performance in such tight constraints is with HUGE resources, data and budget. Add in the testing restrictions and..
HRC/Yam factories get the game rigged so only they