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March 23, 2014 12:56 PM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: 'Lorenzo style' doesn't work on Ducati


I just don't get this. Why would CC try and ride a Ducati JL stylee when every Yamaha rider including CC when he was on one said if they try riding like JL they would crash and burn! Surely the same would apply to a Ducati? It seems there is still only one man that could get the better of a Ducati gp bike, It would be interesting if he did some testing for them just to see the times, but that wont happen given the crappy way they treated him.

HRC

March 23, 2014 12:22 AM
Last Edited 181 days ago

MotoGP » Honda explains standard ECU agreement


TalentFan: @ HRC The bore limit naturally limits things as this eliminates trying to get max cc at absolute minimum stroke
HRC@TalentFan: Of course it does, why do you think they limit bore size to 81mm in the first place
Which is exactly what I pointed out above in one line of text, which is all that is needed, but I think you knew that anyway, so why not just agree? You can never have too much power as long as you can use it effectively. And lastly I don't need to look up things I learned decades ago thanks.

HRC

March 22, 2014 2:02 PM
Last Edited 181 days ago

MotoGP » Honda explains standard ECU agreement


TalentFan: I believe that an oversquare bore/stroke does not of itself limit rpms..
Of course it does, why do you think they limit bore size to 81mm in the first place, the rest is just pedantry your waffling about MPS when probably 2% of the people reading this will have a clue what your on about, no need for it.
However, WSBK engines and (bad example maybe) the customer Honda RCV show that super high revs arent necessary to make more than enough prod..
You need to go argue that with Nicky Hayden chummy, i think he'll put you straight.

HRC

March 22, 2014 9:58 AM

MotoGP » PICS: Bradley Smith 'goes flying to the moon'


Oh wait, this must be photoshoped This cant happen with uber expensive special Yamaha electronics, the bike is in control not the rider, it just cant be true, I wont believe it. Actually thinking about it I bet those nasty ruskies shot down a satellite over ukraine, yes that's it, there you go, it's sorted, gosh thank goodness for that. Now BS can relax and continue to tell JL there is nothing wrong with the new non stick tyres. Wahey two birds with one stone, sorted! Joshing aside, good to see BS walk away from it, thankfully we don't see the dreaded bone splitting career ending highside as often, thanks to those evil electronics some dinosaurs want banned.

HRC

March 22, 2014 11:54 AM

MotoGP » Honda explains standard ECU agreement


RSMick: As for Mike Webb's and Ezpeleta's opinion of rev limits, its not a view shared by most of the engineering world, they already have oversquare bore.
Neither do Ducati if they don't run the full 1000cc to attain more revs. But then they cant be can they, as the evil MSMA would have instantly forced a rule through to stop them doing it. You're wasting your breath TBH.

HRC

March 21, 2014 7:16 AM
Last Edited 182 days ago

MotoGP » Lorenzo: It feels like no traction control


TalentFan: I know exactly what TC is. And how it works. And JL's TC is clearly so effective it manages to control the rear wheel and the power delivery so well that a world class rider was unable to feel where the limit was and where the electronic intervention began. He didn't even know hiw much TC and thought it was less till viewing data traces..
And I quote "When I want to open the throttle and be aggressive, I lose the rear" So it's so effective it manages to control the rear wheel and the power delivery so well that it doesn't stop him losing the rear end through lack of grip. Yeah we can see you understand what TC does. Your problem is you only see what you want to when you read an article.


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