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April 23rd, 2016, 12:27 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by yamfan View Post
Didn't the bike break down whilst leading a TT race too. The faulty part being a 50 pence resistor or something really annoying?
That was Daytona. Where Stroud was toying with Picotte's Ducati until his bike ran out of leccy juice. Rectifier had been wired-in incorrectly.

At the 94? TT it dropped a cambelt in practice, as well as shorting its plugs (frequent V1000 problem in damp conditions). It shorted out again in the TTF1 race and lunched its gearbox in the Senior TT. That was the TT that Mark Farmer crashed and died on the Black CR&S bike.
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