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I agree, but at some point, outsourcing leads to unemployment of the masses that buy your product. The US is a great example... Anyway, glad I just bought a KTM instead of a S1000RR. KTM still has passion, even though they are still too dominated by their MX roots to build a competitive superbike. But, they're trying to grow and develop. Once they make it to WSBK I bet they'll stay, because their engineer's passion for racing is greater than the voice of their bean counters.



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