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Why ban TC - it was developed on the race track and is now used on road bikes - s1000rr, zx10r, rsv4 and even the zx6r now.
Why ban seamless shift - the vfr1200 is available with a 'seamless' box developed from racing.
Pneumatic valves are the next thing. Way too expensive at present but in 5 years time?
All these have improved road bikes so banning them from their development arena will prevent future development.
To get a level playing field and better racing just create a 'big boys' version of moto2. Standard engines, no gizmos, frame up to you.
So long as you have prototypes, you will not get close racing (certainly not as close as m2/m3). Well, unless Marquez is around...
edit... having said that, they should bin TC