Firstly, it makes me happy seeing you regulars all in one thread lol. As far as power is concerned with IMHO, it means absolutely nothing if you haven't a clue how to put in a corner. Anyone on anything can go fast...be it a baby mama in her beater or Rossi on his rocket. Educating yourself on HOW to ride is what will make you fast.
But nevertheless some good insight! I am awfully curious how much of a difference the 09-12 V-stacks would feel top end.
I take it when you guys were talking tires, your talking strictly race slicks correct? I have ran Bridgestone S20's, then Pirelli Diablow's Rosso II's and lost the rear several times one of which landed me in a lowslide. Now I am not blaming it all on the tire, but being as that is the first thing that touches the road and keeps me alive it has to have some responsibility in these instances. Came back to S21's and confidence in the corner was regained. I am curious how the Q3's would feel in comparison to the S21's. But unfortunately I won't know until 2018 as my bike is in storage this year.
Pretty sure you guys are American so I would be unable to ever attend such a school. But for not knowing that you are a lecturer it was a pretty Dahm good analysis from me there.
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You might not be able to attend his school, but you guys have some sexy tracks, sexy roads, and crazy fast guys. I have been watching the 2016 season of BSB and guys like Shayne Burns, and Leon Haslam are effing FAST!
Back to OP, somewhere along the ways someone said that since we do in fact have 37cc extra in this class, there are certain restrictions MA or other orgs do to the bike(Restrictor Plates, head gaskets thickness etc.) I think it was
I was going so slow at Chuck, I have 0 talent LOL
Slow is smooth and smooth is fast! I saw your pics too! You looked great right off the startline...into space