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Lithium-ion battery is outdated. Started production of solid-state batteries. It is 8 times easier, 10 times faster charged, 5 times more powerful in the same volume.

The electric motor will have an advantage over the gasoline, diesel engine in the entire rev range. Ecology does not matter here.
Do you really want to ride a silent bike with no clutch and gearbox? Racing is all about noise and the experience. I don't care about how fast it is. Wanna go to a silent motorcycle race? Are you fucked in the head? Go fly a kite and go berry picking with the boyfriend hahaahah



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Do you really want to ride a silent bike with no clutch and gearbox? Racing is all about noise and the experience. I don't care about how fast it is. Wanna go to a silent motorcycle race? Are you fucked in the head? Go fly a kite and go berry picking with the boyfriend hahaahah
I appreciate the power of the motorcycle. If there is a technology that will dominate the electric motor - then it is the place on the sportbike.
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p.s. Transmission on a sportbike with an electric motor is most likely to be)
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I appreciate the power of the motorcycle. If there is a technology that will dominate the electric motor - then it is the place on the sportbike.
Effin Russian! Technology that will dominate the vibrator/butt plugs market!

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I hear a lot of people saying that sportbikes nowadays have "too much HP". I strongly disagree, and think this saying is really counterproductive.
as long as the technology of tires, suspension, and electronics keeps advancing to make the power usable, then there is no such thing as "too much"


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posted on the RR forum, from german motorrad mag, they used the djcf to calculate crankhp, but it was all same dyno so still fair to compare

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Off topic but speaking of mark donohue im building a bitchin 68 AMC Javelin if anyone cares lol.
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as long as the technology of tires, suspension, and electronics keeps advancing to make the power usable, then there is no such thing as "too much"
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Off topic but speaking of mark donohue im building a bitchin 68 AMC Javelin if anyone cares lol.
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