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Realist

February 04, 2015 7:58 PM
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TF2: Is there some kind of institution that you, Brain and Realist escaped from or something?
No, we're just tired of hearing you go on and on about this. It has been years TF. YEARS! You got banned, came back with a new name only to continue the same stuff. It kills the conversations around here and it's just downright annoying sometimes. We don't need to ENDLESSLY be told what we already know about EVERY SINGLE RACING VENUE ON THE PLANET. There are always teams with advantages over others (even if only monetarily). Get over it, or just stop watching any type of racing....period. You told me about a year ago that you'd chill out with the diatribe and long-winded tirades, but you're still at it. Are you retired and bored by any chance?

Realist

February 04, 2015 6:26 PM
Last Edited 50 days ago

MotoGP » Sepang MotoGP test times - Wednesday (Final)


shakennstirred: no they run last years Factory engine specification, there not the actual engines. I quote "This year's Factory engine specification, we will give for Open class machine next season," said Nakamoto. nothing in that article say the actual engines, just factory spec that's very different
It's the same thing. You're hung up on semantics. Him saying "factory engine specification" is basically saying, "they are getting this year's spec'd factory engine". Even the MCN link says that it's essentially last year's factory bike minus the seamless transmission and the electronics. Why you're choosing to ignore that is beyond me.

Realist

February 04, 2015 6:16 PM

MotoGP » Sepang MotoGP test times - Wednesday (Final)


shakennstirred: there not the actual engines that MM etc usedthere"Factory engine specification" just based on them, the forward racing are using last years engines/frames
Here is more data to counter your incorrect statement: h t t p://www.motorcyclenews.com/sport/motogp/2014/october/honda-confirms-new-rc213v-rs-wont-be-ready-until-february/ "The RC213V-RS is essentially this year’s factory machine raced by reigning world champion Marc Marquez without the seamless shift gearbox and it will have to run the standard Dorna-supplied electronics." From motorcyclenews.com

Realist

February 04, 2015 8:09 PM

MotoGP » Sepang MotoGP test times - Wednesday (Final)


Joeski: It is my belief that talent wise most of these riders that are not on the factory machines are within 1 sec of MM's riding ability...of course...Cal and Redding struggling at this moment is not lending credibility to my theory...lol but they are brand new to the bikes and are having a 2 year experience handicap in comparison with the reigning champ...so their performance in the first test is not proof...we will speak again about mid way through the season...
You're giving the other riders too much credit (which doesn't mean that they aren't talented). When MM93 first came into GP, he didn't need any experience. He handily won that first year. His 2nd year he strung up 11 wins or whatever in a row. MM93 is a phenom....Repsol bike or not.

Realist

February 04, 2015 6:07 PM

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TF2:
Codger: TF2......I hope you are wrong when you say that...like you usually are.
I rate Dovi Codger, but he isn't going to have the mechanical grip to last race distance at dry meetings - he's not permitted the hard tyre. Seeing as I'm 'usually wrong' then you'll be happy (well, no you won't be actually) to post and say I'm right if Dovi can't win races this season due to tyre degradation (when all the podium guys are on the tyre he can't use) then?
Those are the breaks when you're "Factory with Concessions". You can't have your cake and eat it too.

Realist

February 04, 2015 6:31 PM

MotoGP » Sepang MotoGP test times - Wednesday (Final)


shakennstirred: no they run last years Factory engine specification, there not the actual engines. I quote "This year's Factory engine specification, we will give for Open class machine next season," said Nakamoto. nothing in that article say the actual engines, just factory spec that's very different
In this Crash.net article it also states QUITE EXPLICITLY that, "Unlike the current RCV1000R, which Aoyama has spent the rest of this season on at Aspar, the 'RS' is powered by the same pneumatic-valve engine as the title-winning RC213V" h t t p://www.crash.net/motogp/news/210659/1/aoyama-killing-rc213vrs-power-too-much.html

Realist

February 04, 2015 6:12 PM

MotoGP » Sepang MotoGP test times - Wednesday (Final)


shakennstirred:
Realist:
shakennstirred:
cfsteezy: Open yamaha will smash open honda again. Thats 'RS' stands for really slow.... i know i know, you've heard that lame one before but its oh so fitting...
it will do, the open class yam is last years factory engine and frame, the open Honda isn't, its just based on some of last years bike
The Open Honda is running last year's engine.
there not the actual engines that MM etc used, just based on them, the forward racing are using last years engines/frames
Yes it does! "The 'RS' replaces last year's underpowered RCV1000R Production Racer. Although the RS must run the standard ECU and does not have a seamless gearbox, it is powered by last year's title-winning RC213V engine and has the benefit of the Open class tyre and race fuel concessions."


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