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September 18, 2012 3:40 AM

MotoGP » Hayden likes latest parts, Rossi another swingarm


2012 rossi had bad geometry, aluminium frame gp12 bad geometry, aluminum frame and swingarm gp12 better geometry, aluminum frame and swingarm gp12 (misano race weekend) even better geometry, aluminum frame and swingarm gp12 (test as of monday) looks like finally preziosi listened to what someone had been saying about geometry and weight, whether it was burgess, furusawa (the triangle theory and methodology), or audi, something has changed because adjustments are no longer at the limit of adjustment in order to get the feel where it needs to be...

RipripTSS500

September 18, 2012 3:38 AM

MotoGP » Hayden likes latest parts, Rossi another swingarm


2011 rossi had: bad geometry, carbon frame flexy model gp11 - discarded by rossi for: bad geometry, carbon frame flexy model gp11 - discarded by rossi for: bad geometry, carbon frame gp11.1 - discarded by rossi for: bad geometry, carbon frame gp11.2 frame bolts to rear of rear cyl instead of front - discarded by rossi for: bad geometry, aluminium mono gp11.3 POSTSEASON bad geometry, aluminium frame gpzero

RipripTSS500

September 02, 2012 3:54 AM

MotoGP » Texas to be included on 2013 MotoGP calendar?


Hey now, I fly from Florida to Laguna every year! With my measly Sony NEX camera I was able to take this shot with the "horrible photography accommodations" i.imgur.com/ONXsp.jpg I am ready for next year as well! Please don't drop Laguna, come on. Cannery Row bike show, the entire Monterey Peninsula, Pebble Beach golf course right there, and the great vineyards in the area. It's a great week vacation, and some incredible motorcycle racing with the fastest racers on earth.

RipripTSS500

August 03, 2012 11:30 PM

MotoGP » Red Bull Rookies Cup goes four-stroke for 2013


to the gentlemen who is new to motorcycling. the sound, the smell, the feel, the spirit of the two stroke is what makes it incredible. yes, the power to weight is awesome. yes, the maintenance or lack of it is awesome. replacing a piston ring and crank seals instead of doing cams, buckets, valve springs, shims, etc every weekend is amazing. but truly, it is harder to ride, to keep it on the pipe, to keep it on song, and to understand how the pipe hits when there's no powervalve, etc.. it's incredible and to me it's the only way to really experience a motorcycle. i may be a 'young fart' at 29 years, but i have old fart mentality when it comes to motorcycles and gp racing. proud 2stroke owner

RipripTSS500

July 19, 2012 5:23 PM

MotoGP » Petrucci makes Ducati MotoGP debut


Sam, I think you're off a bit. in order of developments that i remember in 2011 a new front lower piece that has two arms connecting the lower of the steering head to the forks in effort to give some more feel on GP11 a new engine with a heavier crankshaft on GP11 an entirely new GP12 turned GP 11.1 with ducati seamless transmission a GP11.1 with the aluminium head stock a GPZero with aluminium frame a GP12 with aluminium frame a GP12 aluminium swingarm a GP12 with revised electronics and coming soon a new engine specification....

RipripTSS500

July 19, 2012 3:47 PM

MotoGP » Petrucci makes Ducati MotoGP debut


Given the fuel pressure limits in the rules, it is probably dealing with fuel injector distances from the intake valve, throttle body sizes, and staged injectors. Burgess alluded to the staged injectors, there are probably smaller injectors for the low rpm and low throttle openings that allow easier smaller atomized fuel amounts to make it into the engine at perfect ratios and driveability style responses, and then a farther stepped out injector set for the massive horsepower required for the wide open throttle.


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