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@ Hemmy You are extremely short sighted and focusing on the minutia of my statement. Yes, I seriously think that a T3 bike is just as capable. I never, ever said that it was equal, but the differences are more minor than major. The T3 bike is the best bike on the grid outside of a factory M1 or RCV, is capable of front row starts/poles, has the same engine/chassis/electronics package as a factory bike, etc. There is nothing that would lead me to believe otherwise, and Dovi’s performance on the lesser version of the T3 bike last year only bolsters my statement. The impetus for this entire discussion is based on people here thinking that Cal on an M1 would automatically put him ahead of MM/CC/VR and possibly JL. It’s ridiculous! That T3 bike is good enough to be on the podium any/every race (not to be confused with “win”). The biggest difference between Rossi/Lorenzo on an M1 and Crutch on a T3 is talent. Simply..talent!

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