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September 24th, 2012, 12:47 AM   #71
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How bout that Honda V4!!!!



Ps go the Swanies!!
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FFS Woods n Bird can't you take this futball stuff over to the social part of the forum!?


In my defence, I did bring my post back to the thread topic, the Honda engine.



No more football in this thread except it should be a great game.
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How bout that Honda V4!!!!



Ps go the Swanies!!


I'm fighting the urge to respond - is that really football?



Honda make a great donk.
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September 24th, 2012, 01:20 AM   #74
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There was a SBK race last night. 9 replies? Barry likes animals, 1900 replies!!! Oh and Honda have a 90 or 70 or 72 or 75 degree V4!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Honda appear to have a specific V4 strategy. They apparently want the motogp, CRT and SBK titles. Its going to be total domination. Which is ok for me, I like Honda.
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September 24th, 2012, 04:14 AM   #75
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Hold on - neither have any ill intent. On some forums the mods will descend immediately if you slightly stray from the O.P. - but one of the things I like about this forum is the way that threads evolve and often go off at a tangent - particularly when you have so many interesting and knowledgeable contributers amongst our membership. I like that lack of regulation, so long as decorum is maintained - becasue as we have seen again, it can readily descend into anarchy. Completely agree about the fighting and bickering though. I have done my share and am aware how tedious it can get for other members. I am also guilty of deviating from the OP - it only takes a couple of posts to steer it back again. I do understand your frustration though.
I will concede that discussion of the world's 2nd and 3rd smallest "football" codes on an international gp bike racing forum is stretching things (I actually am prejudiced in favour of the second smallest birdman, since my father played 120 AFL, or VFL as it was then, games at the elite level) but don't apologise for a moment for bringing the original avengers, and the timeless beauty of the young diana rigg, into goatboy's discussion of what is timeless and what is of its time.
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I will concede that discussion of the world's 2nd and 3rd smallest "football" codes on an international gp racing forum is stretching things (I actually am prejudiced in favour of the second smallest birdman, since my father played 120 AFL, or VFL as it was then, games at the elite level) but don't apologise for a moment for bringing the original avengers, and the timeless beauty of the young diana rigg, into goatboy's discussion of what is timeless and what is of its time.
...or the relative merits of 'Some Girls' and 'Black and Blue'
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...or the relative merits of 'Some Girls' and 'Black and Blue'


Or whether Troy says you are gay
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Haha Pete. Still cracks me up. I dont mind the stick ball sport talk, i just didnt know what it was, i couldnt place it. I admit, dont know shit about soccer, so i know nothing bout rugby. Threads most never stay on topic. Thats a bit of the beauty on PS.
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seems like the 90° V4 will be the version of the road going rc213v.



this is all getting very confusing:

in 2014 we will see - a dumbed down version of the rc213v gp bikes sold to privateers to compete in motogp (i guess the rc213v as we know it minus the pneumatics basically)

- a new road going superbike as a successor to the rc30/45, inspired by the rc213v but a bit more than the fireblade in 2004 with a new 90° V4

- this new superbike being raced in WSBK by rea/haslam





maybe the 90° V4 is the way to prevent difficulties because they will be racing very similiar bikes in gps and wsbk?
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See Austin thread as its more important that football gets talked bout than the sukses of a billion dollar stadium. see u in a month or so.
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