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post #71 of 78 (permalink) Old 11-17-2003, 07:44 AM
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GSXR's are cheaper to make race spec, plus Suzuki is about the only mfg out there with any sort of race program.

Plus the world is full of people stupid enough to actually pay money for a Suzuki

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Then there are alot of stupid people winning races and a bunch of smart people loosing races. : :

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GSXR's are cheaper to make race spec, plus Suzuki is about the only mfg out there with any sort of race program.

Plus the world is full of people stupid enough to actually pay money for a Suzuki

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Then there are alot of stupid people winning races and a bunch of smart people loosing races. : :

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I think you just made my point for me :
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: You would think that the smart ones would know superiority. I guess they are too interested in looking good in last place. : :

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So it's not the racer winning, it's the bike?

Must be an old people thing
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Notto's always beating me up about my age! : You will be old someday too. :

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Yeah but you'll be even older! : :

I'm just saying it'd be nicer(to me at least)to win on the bike everybody says sucks rather than the one everybody knows is going to win even if you put Mladin on it
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Sure all it takes is Mladin. :

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GSXR's are cheaper to make race spec, plus Suzuki is about the only mfg out there with any sort of race program.

Plus the world is full of people stupid enough to actually pay money for a Suzuki

[/ QUOTE ] Yamaha , honda , kawi and aprilia all have a race program , aprilia even pays ameuter racers , Yamaha pays really well too and what do you have to do to an R6 that you dont have to do to a suzuki . Hmmmm nothing , well maybe a damper if its your liking

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