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post #11 of 16 Old 05-09-2019, 02:07 PM
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All the bikes in this class are sold as Euro A2 license compliant 49hp. MA has a lot of rules to balance the different bikes between rev limits, minimum weights and other tricks... MA also does a horrible job checking and enforcing any of these balancing rules and everyone is cheating. The stock 500 is much heavier than the 400s so its CC advantage is sorta a wash. At Road Atlanta we found out the min weights were lowered and Cam + bike is still 30lbs over the min weight on the 500, a new Ti exhaust and other bits might help with that. Those 400s are no joke.
You going up against any Graves prepped bikes? LOL



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You going up against any Graves prepped bikes? LOL
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I hear they can make an R3 that run like stock R6 with just a slip on and a tune LOL



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I was there on the grid and make no mistake that was a great win regardless of what brand of motorcycle. One minute it was dry the next pouring rain and 10 minutes later a dry line until you blink and then cascading water down the backside of the track. Kudos to anyone that can pull off a win in those conditions.
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I believe I saw some video on Instagram, Looked like ten pin bowling when the rain showed up.



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I was there on the grid and make no mistake that was a great win regardless of what brand of motorcycle. One minute it was dry the next pouring rain and 10 minutes later a dry line until you blink and then cascading water down the backside of the track. Kudos to anyone that can pull off a win in those conditions.
Sounds like the kind of track conditions you like. lol

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