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January 8, 2004, 06:58 AM

Go Team Blue!

http://elite1racing.com/news.html

I especially like the part where it talks aout DiSalvo putting a pass on Mladin's Superbike.


Gonna be a good year! Is it March yet!?
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January 8, 2004, 02:03 PM

Wow, a supersport bike passing a superbike. What was it in the new rules that is making the Suzuki so much less competitive?
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Maybe the fact that they caught Suzuki cheating with larger aftermarket throttlebodies this past year and now require OEM throttlebodies. Oops!
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January 12, 2004, 03:01 PM

Oooo, that could be bad for Suzuki, everyone else has had a year to figure out what throttlebodies to put in their new bike.

Perhaps the rule should limit them to the same size, instead of restricting them to stock, whatever size that may be.

Dont get me wrong I'd like to see a Yamaha win, but Id rather the playing field be level, otherwise whats the win mean?
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