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June 27, 2014 5:29 AM

MotoGP » Honda 'stronger' at Assen this year, warns Marquez


This Stoner guy if he hoped on a factory prepped rc213v on Saturday ye wouldn't win why several reasons: Physical condition he's not training to ride a bike and not race fit atm. Experience even though he is a two time champ there is no reference point of what his current performance would be he's good but would he have that same feeling he had in Phillip Island 2012 probably not. Mentally he wouldn't be in the game he doesn't have the motivation to return he would only be their to win. He's human just like Marquez just like Rossi just like every other flipping rider in history they do amazing things but only fools idolise them and turn them into demigods.

V4Poweeeer

June 26, 2014 10:07 AM

MotoGP » Assen MotoGP - Free Practice (1) Results


Well I guess the Espagaros are here now aren't they. Rossi put in alot of consistent fast laps I'm guessing he's feeling pretty good this weekend. Pol, Marc, Smith, and Dani aren't to far off on consistency or outright pace but things will change in alot before Saturday though. Bradls LCR Honda is looking nice this weekend Lucio must he a wordsmith of some sort LCR always seems to have alot of sponsors and doesn't have all his eggs in one basket.

V4Poweeeer

June 25, 2014 7:18 PM
Last Edited 27 days ago

MotoGP » Guy Coulon (Tech 3) - Q&A


@Painless Your argument is throw a supercharger on for the sake of throwing a supercharger on. This whole supercharger equals linear power delivery is a fallacy if anything a supercharger will match the shape of the power/torque curves but will still shift the curves left or power/torque to lower rpms. The linear supercharger thing comes from two things engines that weren't designed with decent bottom to mid range power such as your ordinary inline four engine and comparison with turbos. Now in gp we don't have ordinary inline engines we have V4's and a crossplane crank big bang firing order Yamaha. These engines by design have linear power deliveries. Linear power delivery doesn't always mean perfect drive ability of a bike outof corners. It doesn't mean that the tyres won't spin and the front won't lift linear power delivery is not the holy grail its just part of the equation of having a good bike. A supercharger will just mean the riders will ride around at lower average rpm ..

V4Poweeeer

June 25, 2014 7:31 PM
Last Edited 27 days ago

MotoGP » Guy Coulon (Tech 3) - Q&A


... and electronics will be even more prevalent as it will be easier to get tail happy on the bike spinning the rear and doing wheelies in excess. The electronics issue isn't an engineering one per se but rather a political and ideological issue. You want to reduce the need for electronics reduce engine capacity a direction one Mr Jeremy Burgess felt was necessary to occur. If we have a death of rider in a solo accident then expect to see change then as humans more gets done out of reaction than it does from anticipation at times because the future is uncertain a d history does have a habit of repeating itself if nothing is changed. Nkw I'd like to see all classes reduce at some point 250 singles, 350 triples and 500cc open regs return Grand Prix racing classes to what they should have always been.

V4Poweeeer

June 26, 2014 2:26 AM

MotoGP » Guy Coulon (Tech 3) - Q&A


@Painless How do they tune the bike once you slap this supercharger on??? Thats right via a power commanderattached to the ecu. If you look at an R1's dyno chart the bike already has a linear power delivery the supercharger kits still do the exact thing I've been telling you shift the power and torque curves to the left producing more torque and power acrross the entire rev range. A linear power and torque curve by any means doesn't eliminate the need for electronics to tune your supercharger you still have to get out your laptop. The point in which the wheels spin will still depend on the change in torque when revs are increased their will still be a need to cut power no matter how linear the power delivery is.

V4Poweeeer

June 26, 2014 2:34 AM

MotoGP » Guy Coulon (Tech 3) - Q&A


When coming out of a corner the aim is to have a controllable power delivery and not all linear power deliveries are controllable. It's change in power/torque per rpm that determines if the power is controllable by the rider the steeper those curves the less controllable the bike will be and the more the need for electronics is to make the bike controllable. Well if you not aiming to shift power to lower rpms then why would you even consider it on a gp bike seriously you think the Yamaha M1 is lacking so much high mid to top end rev range the goal of a supercharger is to increase power all over the rev range shifting power and torque curves to the left meaning more power and and torque is produced at lower rpm.

V4Poweeeer

June 25, 2014 7:58 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo pins hopes on Assen solutions


"they're a majority sport, we're a minority sport. car side spending makes us look like a WELFARE CASE. should really 'cause you to question what bike world beggars are on about...? they don't know from expensive." Ahhh boohoo my bike don't cost as much but my smile tells a different story :) At least tbe motorcycle crowd can conceptualise what the word fun means. In the F1 world fun people seem to think it can be summed up by deciphering the German (Duestsche) compound word on the front of Schumachers hat. F1 may have cash but the whole thing is very strile with no heart or soul no matter how many Italians roam that paddock.


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