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I'm no techie for sure... but it seems that the spec ECU has limited inputs and outputs compared to the other stuff teams and Mfrs have been running then? If so and a CRT team like PBM are finding limitations with it, then no wonder the factories would rather not use it. I'd prefer to see the tech constrained anyway - as VR said recently, at least 75% of the tech is to make the bike faster over race distance, NOT to improve safety (after all if they really wanted to do that then there are far simpler ways to achieve it). The tech is super-clever, but if it detracts from the racers and the skills then it is superfluous in Racing. But of course, Mfrs aren't in it for the racing, and they wear the big boots in MotoGP.

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