AMA Supersport Racer
Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Stewartstown, PA
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Interesting concept, but probably the worst part about miracles is the fact that they're fake. As humans amass more knowledge about the world around them, things previously thought to be miracles have become easily explainable with our new and expanded knowledge.
Ponder these questions:
Is this "technology" on MotoGP and SBK bikes? If not, why not? MotoGP is the zenith.. you get no more technological than that. The 600RR and just about every other street legal racing or sport bike use technology concepts directly from those bikes. If this is not on the fastest racing bikes in the world, it either means corporations that spend billions of dollars a year on these sports are stupid for not thinking of it first (highly unlikely), or this doesn't work.
Are any major motorcycling manufacturers putting this on their motorcycles? If not, why not? I'd trust the brilliant minds at Honda, Yamaha, Ducati etc R&D before I trust some random guy on the Internet. If this can really make such a substantial difference, the major players in the industry would be doing it already.
Why does this "mod" cost $150? Sure, I know the guy has to do some work, but for a full exhaust, dyno tune and PC3, you'll be lucky to get 10hp.. for $2000 total after all costs paid. Why would people put full exhausts and PC3s on, plus pay for a dyno tune, if this mod would cost less than 10% of that and give more power? And if this mod actually worked, he could easily charge a grand for it... IF it gave you the power he claims.
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