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View Poll Results: Do you agree MOTOGP switch to turbocharged engines in 2023?
Likely 6 28.57%
Never going to happen 15 71.43%
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May 25th, 2019, 02:33 AM   #11
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I Ride: Suzuki GSX-R 750 / Kawasaki Ninja H2
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Kawasaki H2 range ........ absolute horsepower weapons and on which Kenan Sofoglu achieves an officially measured 400 kmhs
There is also now the touring version
^Gaz that high speed run of 400kph was proper nuts, being a bridge with all the potential for high cross winds, makes it even more so. I have stock gearing on my H2 with some tuning and a pipe and its speedo will max out at 299kph before it even hits the limiter 5th, when you change up into 6th you can see God.

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May 30th, 2019, 08:19 AM   #12
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Right now the entire industry seems to be electric, and I would expect that to be the next evolution in GP racing in some fashion. Even a hybrid system similar to F1 might be an option.
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