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Engine Life Stats!

Just read this very interesting, not surprise that Honda is on top!

http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/749/76...ife-Stats.aspx

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Awesome find thanks for sharing the article



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Didn't fully read the article, but it looks like they left out the 2 extra engines Suzuki was allotted. Ducati, Honda, and Yamaha agreed that Suzuki can use 4 more brand new engines; 2 for each rider.
 
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Nice article. Pretty cool
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damn. them honda boys know how to make a great engine.

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damn. them honda boys know how to make a great engine.
Did you read the article at all? Not to take anything away from Honda's superb engine work but it seems that Honda is in the lead because of their riders since they haven't been in as many accidents.
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Did you read the article at all? Not to take anything away from Honda's superb engine work but it seems that Honda is in the lead because of their riders since they haven't been in as many accidents.
My thoughts exactly. Sorry Honda.
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Did you read the article at all? Not to take anything away from Honda's superb engine work but it seems that Honda is in the lead because of their riders since they haven't been in as many accidents.
Simoncelli goes down in every other session.

Aside from that, it's good that the honda engines have faired well especially since they seem to be the strongest powerwise on the grid.

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Yeah, I know Hayden has lost two engines based solely on crashes and nothing else. I'm sure that Stoner is in the same boat with as many times as he has gone down. I wouldn't put much stock in the reliability of motors, especially since some manufacturers pull motors after a prescribed number of laps/mileage, even if they haven't imploded (like Jorge's motor at the Sachsenring).

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Neat article. Thanks for the great read.. AJ

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dont get it a t all used new engines wtf :)


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dont get it a t all used new engines wtf :)
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