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Old 06-07-2006, 06:27 PM   #1
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bsb cadwell park

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enjoy. track looks the business. :notworthy
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Old 06-07-2006, 07:05 PM   #2
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some fast friggin corners there, good race ending, thanks!
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Awesome track. Looks like it's only 10 feet wide.
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My thoughts...

- Hahaha.. Team manager to riders: lol

- That has to be a bike only track being that narrow!!

- That race is 2 years old.

- BSB has some strange rules.. That was a 'big bang' Yamaha that won. :dontknow:
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My thoughts...

- Hahaha.. Team manager to riders: lol

- That has to be a bike only track being that narrow!!

- That race is 2 years old.

- BSB has some strange rules.. That was a 'big bang' Yamaha that won. :dontknow:
big bang yamaha is a r1 where they have changed the firing order where all the cylinders fire at the same time just like the m1 and the kawasaki zxrr.
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big bang yamaha is a r1 where they have changed the firing order where all the cylinders fire at the same time just like the m1 and the kawasaki zxrr.
Almost at the same time, more like a twin in this case. The Ducati MotoGP bike does the same since it's actually a V-4. hehe

Just strange that they would allow a big-bang configuration in a Superbike series since they are supposed to be production-based.
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