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saint nick said:
Rossi is a winner, not the M1
sure, which is why I said
jaybo said:
27 wins for the M1
instead of saying by the m1, thanks tho, was it not clear enough?
maybe "27 wins total for the M1, 25 of which by Rossi."
 

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Hey the Nick,
The M1 can't be all that bad there are less in the field than honda but seem to place up there on average, they can't all be perfect every year. It is the best inline four out there. Look at Kawi and Suzuki and proton and Aprillia how about there average? Because you own a kawi you don't have the right to bash the yamaha's any more! Go back to your train!
 

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Hey the Nick,
The M1 can't be all that bad there are less in the field than honda but seem to place up there on average, they can't all be perfect every year. It is the best inline four out there. Look at Kawi and Suzuki and proton and Aprillia how about there average? Because you own a kawi you don't have the right to bash the yamaha's any more! Go back to your train!
Are you gonna forgive me and come to my party ?

Nobody is bashing Yamaha in general, they all build great
production sportbikes these days.
Nobody is bashing the M1, in my opinion it is no better or
worse than the Suzuki or Kawasaki - Rossi makes the difference.
The CV211 has proven time and time again to be a winner - with
9 different riders no less...
 

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Where is the love Nick. Yamaha R1 enough said.. :rockon




Are you gonna forgive me and come to my party ?

Nobody is bashing Yamaha in general, they all build great
production sportbikes these days.
Nobody is bashing the M1, in my opinion it is no better or
worse than the Suzuki or Kawasaki - Rossi makes the difference.
The CV211 has proven time and time again to be a winner - with
9 different riders no less...
 

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The CV211 has proven time and time again to be a winner - with
9 different riders no less...
First have a look at how many Hondas there are on the grid. I imagine the ratio is 2:1 which increases the odds of a Honda winner by whatever number of riders a greater possibility.

And I don't think anyone is flaming in this thread so everyone relax a little. I know you're all a little antsy because you've probably stopped riding but damn winter has just begun so lets all get along. :surrender
 

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Speaking of the new R1, it has now changed from a five-valve head to an M1 inspired 4-valve head, And Yamaha says it's for emissions reasons ?!
 

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The two cats are for emissions, the four valve is all for torque baby.
 
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