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the panigale will be as miserable a bike as its GP big brother..the bike design is fundamentally flawed, it doesnt provide the feedback the rider needs to be fast and the design will need years of developement to gather data on how to set the bike up..also, the motor will not be on par with the inlines and v4s..by shortening the stroke to get more rpm's in an effort to be better down the long straights they have lost the advantage of a twin which is good management of tires due to good mechanical grip and grunt down low..well the inlines and v4s all do that better now and will only get faster (i.e. kawasaki, bmw and aprillia)..my prediction for the panigale is 1 year in wsbk then bye bye panigale



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