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shamarone

March 24, 2015 5:32 PM

WSBK » Davies ‘forcing entry’ to negate acceleration shortfall


re: "Carlos Checa himself won a Title in 2011 with one Ducati that (didn't) have top speed to (fight)..." ...but had a trellis and terabytes of data. re: "still he (made it) happen". yeah he did...! :) re: "What you (want) Chaz ?, maybe more 100cc will be nice?=)... i know you (want) the Ducati 1300cc, this way they can find the low and mid range torque they been missing" oh god no, what he'll find is the gravel trap (facepalm). see, you don't add more power and torque to a chassis that's already shown it CAN'T handle the power and torque that's being put to it now. lol the chassis is key gentlemen. contrary to popular "misinformation" by others (they know who they are). extra displacement has NEVER been their "advantage". it's always been something a little harder for laymen to quantify... a lil' less sexy... ie. the steel TRELLIS.

shamarone

March 24, 2015 5:14 PM

WSBK » Davies ‘forcing entry’ to negate acceleration shortfall


re: "Giugliano did at least ride the bike to its potential last year." googs rode the sand traps, or wasn't somebody paying attention...? re: "CD needs to up his game." yup, and look what happens to him when he does. 98% of everything I've said so far has come to fruition so no, CD doesn't need to up HIS game. Bologna needs to up THEIR game and rehomologate the R chassis. either that...? or go back to NOT racing production. fyi gentleman, this is a real possibility. there was a reason they cancelled Christmas on the Xerox WSBK team, there was a reason they put 4 factory bikes (so called) in MotoGP. I contend this kit was never meant to race. it was only 'cause the D16 effort was doing poorly that they decided to hop back in (something they did reluctantly if you notice). and now that the GP15 is finally showing signs of life...? (hip hip hooray!) they may yet return to the original business plan of going all in on MotoGP, while manufacturing really great street bikes.

shamarone

March 23, 2015 12:51 PM

F1 » Max Yamabiko: Decoding Ferrari’s power unit shift


re: "According to senior team members the MGU-H was not able to harvest as much energy as it should have done from the turbocharger and that led to reduced power overall during races" correct, they weren't "driving" the turbo. re: "On top of that the combustion chamber was not as good as it should have been and as a result that has been fully reworked..." ...so as to better "drive" the turbo. re: "Notably the new exhausts feature heat shields and, for much of 2014, the Ferrari used bare metal exhausts which must have cost a notable amount of power..." ...and reduced what was available to "drive" the turbo. see crash, you now have confirmation from none other than FERRARI that what i said was in fact correct.

shamarone

March 20, 2015 6:36 PM

MotoGP » ‘The GP15 is a real Ducati’


re: "The truth is that nobody can make Trellis Frames where any two frames give identical results out on the track." truth is, they never tried. truth is, 29 championships were won over 20 years by 17 different riders using 4 unique trellis types across 3 different series. truth is, it is best to NOT "parrot" information from any individual I've routinely debunked. when a spy pic was snapped showing FOGGY (that's right King Carl) testing a 996 fitted with a DSS like 15-16 years ago, it was suggested the SSSA could no longer be made to work...? right then, along came Gianandrea Fabbro (as if inspired by s1 himself) returning to his drawing board and declaring, "we'll just see about that!". (could someone please translate those words, when you hear it in Italian it sounds much better)


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