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@ Hemmy No, not everybody knew, and no, not everybody agreed that he had the same engine. Those of us who were the main contributions to that discussion might have agreed, but that doesn’t account for all of the other nonsense posted on Crash. He does have the same chassis/engine as the factory boys, so I was not offering untrue information. There may be a variance in electronics, but is it really the reason why he hasn’t put the bike on the podium more often? You can consider my opinion ridiculous, but I just don’t feel that there is a significant enough of a difference between the factory and T3 bike TODAY to make much of an impact on his results. Feel free to disagree. It is your prerogative. As for “doing the business”, it means to put that bike on the front row, qualify well, and podium on occasion. A win is a stretch. That’s just the way the cookie crumbles when you have 6 really capable bikes and only 3 positions on the rostrum.



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