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Technically, Ducati is as strong as Honda with the fraction of the budget. Preziosi make it possible with his technical brilliants developing super fast racer. After the 1st success with Stoner, their priority is changed to make the bike for losers by cutting down the engine characteristics (the source of their whole problem) to make it feel like a baby trolly. They should do what Honda did. Listen only to the winner, not losers. After a numbers of engine tune down, it going severe where Stoner suffer the most in 2010 and Rossi even perform badly in 2012 due to lack of front feedback. The reason, lesser engine pushes to front and increase of extreme rear traction. The result, no front feeling and bad tire usage. The screamer engine could still compete an beaten any pneumatic valve with magic shifter the others had.



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