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Dr Relliscada

May 17, 2014 7:18 AM

MotoGP » Understeer woe for Crutchlow


SuperSick58: Let me help Ducati a little with their problem. I noticed the Ducati looks like it has a longer wheelbase than the Honda or Yamaha. The longer the wheelbase, the slower/harder it is to turn. Try shortening the wheelbase. I usually charge for this service but because I like Ducati's I'll give my expertise for free.
That had been always there, and even classic street sport Dukes as the 999 where that way. Succesful ducati riders (when they were ducatis and was any success) as Checa, Bayliss, Stones or Capirex slide a lot, make turns in triangles and turn the bike on the gas. Cal was supposed todo so also.

Dr Relliscada

May 02, 2014 7:43 PM

MotoGP » Dovizioso 'unlucky' after tyre, engine trouble


Realist:
Dr Relliscada:
Realist:
Dr Relliscada: The place for the Abomination (I can not call it a Ducati) is behind all official Hondas and Yamahas and some of the other japs. I hope bad results continue and the riders get a true ducati they can enjoy riding.
You're still on that BS? What exactly is a "true" Ducati? Is it one with a single sided swingarm? Is it one with a trellis frame versus a traditional frame? Is it one with a dry clutch or a wet clutch? I mean, if you look at the Ducati's made throughout the years, all of them have ventured one way or the other.
90 L engine stressed to the frame, swingarm in the crankcase and trellis or monocoque frame. Surely NOT a Deltabox.
I suppose that Ducati [as a company] are more progressive thinkers (now) than some of their fans.
If making the same as the japs but worse is a progress...

Dr Relliscada

April 30, 2014 8:10 PM

MotoGP » Dovizioso 'unlucky' after tyre, engine trouble


Realist:
Dr Relliscada: The place for the Abomination (I can not call it a Ducati) is behind all official Hondas and Yamahas and some of the other japs. I hope bad results continue and the riders get a true ducati they can enjoy riding.
You're still on that BS? What exactly is a "true" Ducati? Is it one with a single sided swingarm? Is it one with a trellis frame versus a traditional frame? Is it one with a dry clutch or a wet clutch? I mean, if you look at the Ducati's made throughout the years, all of them have ventured one way or the other.
90 L engine stressed to the frame, swingarm in the crankcase and trellis or monocoque frame. Surely NOT a Deltabox.


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