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@ Silver Bullet
"WSBK rules are pretty close to perfect at the moment.
No one manufacturer has any clear advantage over others."
The WSBK regulations are designed to make all of the bikes and manufacturers equal. When the rules are changed, all of the bikes will be competitive.
Notice how BSB changed the rules and they added a rev limit? Nothing changed. WSBK is already rev limited, and many of the prototype parts and modifications are not necessary. WSS is basically a stock engine with racing cams (duration mod only) and a machined cylinder head for compression. The bikes make nearly 300hp per liter.
You need to quit whining and let the pros handle the WSBK rulebook.