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bigjames 01-29-2007 06:31 AM

Re: Ducati's Tardozzi: 999 is dead in World Superbike
 
Oh joy, here we go with the "twins can't compete without an advatage" BS. I can hardly freaking wait, and a bigger whoop, fist post...

schizuki 01-29-2007 06:37 AM

Re: Ducati's Tardozzi: 999 is dead in World Superbike
 
Just be thankful that kpaul is being censored by longride. He's only got five of the first eight news items. Imagine what it would be like without longride's crushing boot of tyranny.

ksquid 01-29-2007 06:40 AM

Re: Ducati's Tardozzi: 999 is dead in World Superbike
 
Yes an 1198 V-twin is not far behind.. 800 V-4 is the way to go boys..Time to give up on the Twin in racing everyone else has Suzuki, Honda and Aprilia recently

triumph900 01-29-2007 06:51 AM

Re: Ducati's Tardozzi: 999 is dead in World Superbike
 
Damn, you're right. That's a lot of posts. Maybe he got laid-off...



Sometimes censorship is a good thing.

seruzawa 01-29-2007 06:59 AM

Re: Ducati's Tardozzi: 999 is dead in World Superbike
 
It's amazing how much time that a supposed critically important engineer at Boeing has to search the internet and submit articles and posts all day long.

longride 01-29-2007 07:06 AM

Re: Ducati's Tardozzi: 999 is dead in World Superbike
 
He's as authentic as a 3 dollar bill. He's a fraud, plain and simple. He f&cked up and let the cat out of the bag, and just watch him sing and dance now. It's all a put-on dude.

acecycleins 01-29-2007 07:19 AM

Re: Ducati's Tardozzi: 999 is dead in World Superbike
 
What'd I say a few days ago about this- KP?

FIM will alow it. Ducati won't mass produce a V-4 because the "Boss" pretty much put it in stone that the L-twin will be the race bike because they need to race what they sell. So, buddy, you won't see the V-4 in WSB or AMA until after the 2010 race season, if ever. Now, with the current WSB lap time closing in on the GP bikes there needs to be a system in place to differenciate the WSB bikes from the "prototype" GP bikes. I believe that the way for them (GP) to really differenciate the things is to keep the liter bikes in WSB and AMA as the "premiere class". But expect a rules change by 2008 that will make the "Superstock" class disappear and the "allowed" parts on Superbikes to shorten.


seruzawa 01-29-2007 07:22 AM

Re: Ducati's Tardozzi: 999 is dead in World Superbike
 
Yeah. I caught that phoney baloney Wikipedia engineering crap he tried to take credit for. It's more and more transparent every day.

Buzglyd 01-29-2007 07:41 AM

Re: Ducati's Tardozzi: 999 is dead in World Superbike
 
That and him telling Sean a couple of days ago that he was getting his bike back on Monday because he crashed it.



Must have accidentally skipped a few pages back in the fraud diary.

schizuki 01-29-2007 08:09 AM

Re: Ducati's Tardozzi: 999 is dead in World Superbike
 
So he crashed it running over that stick, took it in for repairs, took it for a "50 mile training run", then took it in for repairs again?


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