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Turpiurfi

October 22, 2014 3:26 AM

MotoGP » Marquez, Pedrosa regroup after double DNF


checking: mm is only lucky to ride the repsol bike , the best bike atm ! if he would be on a yam , he be nowhere ! :P so good to see yam is almost back to honda would it because off the doctor ? :)
Turpiurfi comment, MR CHECKING I don't know what planet you came from and let's just say I'm am a true VR fan but MM is one of the most talented riders in the new era the kid can win a On practically anything if you ever rode a bike you would know just by watching no ass kissing here just look at him saving crash after crash where most people buckle he pick it up and keeps going from the most unreal situations

Turpiurfi

October 12, 2014 7:23 AM

MotoGP » Marc Marquez is 2014 champion, Lorenzo wins Motegi


First of all congrats to M.M!,,, Lorenzo it's good to see you back in form. And my all time favorite V.R BABY! Next year should be great, with at least four or five people running fairly equal it should make for a great battle. Looking at Yamaha they came a long way catching Honda and Marc it seems to me that it's harder day by day for the Honda boys just to run away with any race! GOOOOO YAMAHA OHH AND WHO SAID V.R IS DONE I THINK HE GETS BETTER WITH AGE.

Turpiurfi

September 15, 2014 11:00 PM

MotoGP » Victorious Valentino Rossi 'at the best of my career'


Evolution:
beastinblack: I like Rossi, but the hardcore fanboys are delusional. Marquez has a win it or bin it style. He had a DNF last year and a couple the year before. Still champ. Although he still managed to get a point! One race, as much as I liked to see Rossi win, (was great not to hear another Spanish national anthem yet again!) it does not reflect a new trend.
MM is nothing dude he is nothing. he is winning just becoz of his REPSOL. give repsol to vale he will also win the championship, give repsol to Jlo he will also win the championship the fact is fist time the equal battle takes place between repsol and yamaha where repsol don't have any benefit at all and he can't handle the storm of Vale. Vale beat him so badly that he taste the dust of the track. :)
Let's not get it twisted MM is no joke the kid has the most natural talent in today gp paddock! AND YES IM A TOTAL V.R FAN AND SUPPORTER

Turpiurfi

September 14, 2014 10:16 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: I expected to fight for a win


Turpiurfi:
46Renovation: Earlier, I wondered about Jorge's riding style, i.e. never seen doing the Doctor's Dangle as everyone else does. Ryder came in to confirm that Jorge NEVER takes his foot off the peg. I am interesting to hear more discussion of this. Does it harm Jorge in any way that he does not hang off the bike, for instance the ability to tacke corners more aggressively? Or he gains in smoothness and thus more advantage in and out of corners? Crutchlow, MM and even the Doctor himself often look dangerously out of control when the dangle comes out yet I wonder if that is not what gets then them critical balance and they can thus drive through the corner.
They usually take their legs of one side to way the outside foot peg as much as you can you don't have to take your leg off to do that it's all riders preference. As you weigh the outside peg you are forcing all your body weight to concentrate low was possible in this case the foot peg.

Turpiurfi

September 14, 2014 10:13 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: I expected to fight for a win


46Renovation: Earlier, I wondered about Jorge's riding style, i.e. never seen doing the Doctor's Dangle as everyone else does. Ryder came in to confirm that Jorge NEVER takes his foot off the peg. I am interesting to hear more discussion of this. Does it harm Jorge in any way that he does not hang off the bike, for instance the ability to tacke corners more aggressively? Or he gains in smoothness and thus more advantage in and out of corners? Crutchlow, MM and even the Doctor himself often look dangerously out of control when the dangle comes out yet I wonder if that is not what gets then them critical balance and they can thus drive through the corner.

Turpiurfi

September 14, 2014 10:13 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: I expected to fight for a win


46Renovation: Earlier, I wondered about Jorge's riding style, i.e. never seen doing the Doctor's Dangle as everyone else does. Ryder came in to confirm that Jorge NEVER takes his foot off the peg. I am interesting to hear more discussion of this. Does it harm Jorge in any way that he does not hang off the bike, for instance the ability to tacke corners more aggressively? Or he gains in smoothness and thus more advantage in and out of corners? Crutchlow, MM and even the Doctor himself often look dangerously out of control when the dangle comes out yet I wonder if that is not what gets then them critical balance and they can thus drive through the corner.

Turpiurfi

September 03, 2014 3:35 AM

MotoGP » Rossi rues time lost on opening laps


alol: Get real.....Rossi can't get anywhere near Marc & Jorge unless they have problems he's only beaten Pedrosa today because Dani needs to learn (if he ever will) that racing is not just about bolting off the start & cutting laps on your own. Rossi is just deluding himself and the merchandise collectors, Think he must have asked for CE's excuse book when he retired. It's just a sad state of the lack of competitive depth in the field when he can keeping finishing at least 4th & inheriting fortunate podiums now and again.
I cannot believe you stated that comment! You talk about VR LIKE HE JUST CAME OFF MOTO2 ! Are you out of your mind the guy is pronominal for his age and I still get a kick out of seeing him put it down. He is always going to be my hero! You don't stop liking someone for not winning you remember what he did for the past and the future of motorcycle development !,,,,

Turpiurfi

August 21, 2014 5:36 AM

MotoGP » Rossi, Lorenzo debut 2015 Yamaha


LeisureSuitLarry:
gongsin: Yamaha got the outright top end horsepower but cannot produce good low mid range horsepower at the same time. It needs a lot of data settings and fine tuning the horsepower range to sort the bike out. Honda is doing a better job at the moment.
A V-motor has greater block rigidity enabling very high compression ratios without block distortion under load and resistance to torsional vibration. A 90 degree angle as used by Ducati & Honda creates a very well balanced and smooth motor minimising frictional loss thus maximising power and torque. In-line fours, especially those with crossplane cranks such as the Yamaha, suffer from increased vibration and generally require power-robbing balance shafts to smooth their functioning. This, combined with lower compression levels generally mean that from a pure performance perspective, a V-motor is always the optimum choice. Weight distribution and its effect on handling is another ma


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