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@ Hemmy Please don’t take this the wrong way, but sometimes I feel like you have comprehension issues. Cal Crutchlow has stated that he runs the same chassis/engine/electronics package (and I believe suspension as well), so why on Earth you are arguing otherwise is beyond me. He even tweeted about it a few days ago. The benefit to riding a Factory bike is simple (and I stated this yesterday I believe): better support, regular updates, PAY, and the “fame” that comes with riding for the factory. I never said anything about the support given to T3. I spoke only of the package that they currently have. It is NOT nonsense to proclaim that Cal wouldn’t do better on the factory bike. After all, the T3 bike can pole, be on the front row consistently AND podium in any given race. It is the best bike outside of a Factory RCV or M1. I don’t dislike Cal, I’m just not a fan of his. I think he’s a good racer, but he lacks in certain areas (areas that kept him from beating Dovi last year).



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