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shamarone

August 13, 2015 8:18 PM

MotoGP » New engine, fairing for Ducati


re: "As an engineer I can say that Carbon Fiber as material is great if you're trying to build something with the least amount of flex built into it.it's good job no one" whew, it's a good job no one told this to the Boeing engineers working on the 787, and even they admit to not doing the absolute best job they could with composites when they built the thing. Q: "Please answer me this how can Honda use an engine that has the same layout as far as in degrees between it's banks and make it work? A: by going many years WITHOUT it working. everyone short of memory seems to forget nobody could get arrested on the interim 800cc RC212 back in '07. that bike was a TURD post the "all singing all dancing" RC211 (V5) and benefitted from many years of HRC development before Casey ever jumped on it and ran for a title.

shamarone

August 13, 2015 7:55 PM

MotoGP » New engine, fairing for Ducati


re: "I hope they find their true form as the beginning of the season surely was exciting to have more manufacturers at the front." and I only said back at the beginning of the season to everyone don't be on about this single chassis and this early performance for it's only a MK-1 ally build under Louie... it's just a first attempt. it doesn't mean he got it right the first time, it doesn't it mean it's the BEST he could do, nor does it mean there isn't VASTLY more speed to be found with future iterations. you just saw this play out EXACTLY as I predicted with Mighty Honda and the Marcus Marauders (cool band name) switching back to their 2014 chassis. guys, it's not luck that I've consistently made calls the past 3-4 years with a 96% success rate.

shamarone

August 13, 2015 7:39 PM

MotoGP » New engine, fairing for Ducati


re: "i think the amount of welding points on them was one of the factors he pointed out, far more welding points than a twin spar aluminium which exaggerated any inconsistencies in the welding on the two frames causing different amounts of flex when riding them." all predicated on a narrative that the sum total of the welding points will always always always ADD UP to an ill-handling chassis 100% of the time. unbeknownst, just as welds might combine to produce poor outcomes, they can also combine to produce FAVORABLE outcomes and a sweet handling chassis. you guys have to stop parroting those "poges" and begin the process of thinking with your OWN mind and your OWN intelligence.

shamarone

August 13, 2015 7:22 PM

MotoGP » New engine, fairing for Ducati


re: "Going back to a steel trellis isn't going to help." no, creating a SUCK-A$$ DESIGN isn't going to help. in contrast, there has never been anything remarkable in the geometry, manufacturing, or updates done to the superbike trellis in the past 20 years (the 999 was the biggest jump), yet with only 3 basic iterations they managed to win 28 production titles across WSB, BSB, and AMA using no less than 16 different riders. right then, anyone who thinks THAT'S inconsistent hasn't been paying attention. if steel were this "great handicap" the laymen have made it out to be (OMG) then it absolutely cuts the legs out from under the rhetoric of the bike having a so-called "displacement advantage". FFS the kit either has an advantage...? or a disadvantage...? which is it...? Q: how can both of these conditions exist on the bike at the same time without one cancelling out the other. A: they can't, talking HEADS don't know what they're talking ABOUT.


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