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-136 hp of the crankshaft
-BKG fork bridge with a HyperPro steering silencer Holder is individual product
- Lucas Foot rest
-Tail subdividel changed
-LED Arrow indicator
-rear hugger bodystyle
-Titax lever
-PC III USB
-switching machine QS
-front fork with Öhlins components
-643 Wilbers suspension strut
-TTS Anti hopping clutch
-big TurnOne air box
-HRC funnels
-easier Dynamo rotor (-800 g)
-short piston stroke gas handle
-15/41 525- Melvin Stahlflex brake line

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What happened at turn 1 & 2 where you had to go off track?
Was another rider coming at you from off camera?

I very much enjoyed watching it.
Unfortunately, the HP of the 4 cylinder bikes showed on the long straights.
Otherwise you were able to pass several riders in the turns. Very good!
And then the rain called short the session.

Are still running the 2 into 1 exhaust? Your photos show 2 into 2.
Are the early photos?
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What happened at turn 1 & 2 where you had to go off track?
Was another rider coming at you from off camera?

I very much enjoyed watching it.
Unfortunately, the HP of the 4 cylinder bikes showed on the long straights.
Otherwise you were able to pass several riders in the turns. Very good!
And then the rain called short the session.

Are still running the 2 into 1 exhaust? Your photos show 2 into 2.
Are the early photos?
It fell a participant.
(Ein Fahrer stürzte vor mir.)

Yes, the rain terminated a running. 50 HP difference is to be remained on the straight lines too much over to it.
(Ja, der Regen hat das Rennen beendet.)
50PS Unterschied sind auf der Geraden sehr zu spüren.)

Yes, this racing course needs much half throttle to have from there the 2-2 over in the center more achievement.
(Ja, diese Rennstrecke benötigt viel Halbgas, daher die 2-2 um in der Mitte mehr Leistung zu haben.)

-136 hp of the crankshaft
-BKG fork bridge with a HyperPro steering silencer Holder is individual product
- Lucas Foot rest
-Tail subdividel changed
-LED Arrow indicator
-rear hugger bodystyle
-Titax lever
-PC III USB
-switching machine QS
-front fork with Öhlins components
-643 Wilbers suspension strut
-TTS Anti hopping clutch
-big TurnOne air box
-HRC funnels
-easier Dynamo rotor (-800 g)
-short piston stroke gas handle
-15/41 525- Melvin Stahlflex brake line
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looks great!
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VTR SP1 against ZX10

VTR SP1 against ZX10

VTR SP1 gegen ZX10

-136 hp of the crankshaft
-BKG fork bridge with a HyperPro steering silencer Holder is individual product
- Lucas Foot rest
-Tail subdividel changed
-LED Arrow indicator
-rear hugger bodystyle
-Titax lever
-PC III USB
-switching machine QS
-front fork with Öhlins components
-643 Wilbers suspension strut
-TTS Anti hopping clutch
-big TurnOne air box
-HRC funnels
-easier Dynamo rotor (-800 g)
-short piston stroke gas handle
-15/41 525- Melvin Stahlflex brake line
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That looked great! I put my helmet on and watched it again with the volume up.
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It seemed you pulled in early. Was there a problem with your bike?

Again you do well in the corners, but extra power of the 4 cylinder bikes pull away on the straight.
If only Honda had continued with V-2 development as Ducati did.
Then you would battle with the other bikes on the straight.

Again, much fun to watch.
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