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29 Le Mans France 2011 MotoGP
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What is a Virtual Powerband in MotoGP Racing

What is a Virtual Powerband in MotoGP Racing

QUESTION: In MotoGP, I hear talk of a "virtual powerbands." What does this mean? Emerson Hunt Leamington Spa, England ANSWER: As you develop an engine to higher power, its torque curve develops more and more pronounced features. An engine with moderate cam timing shows a smooth rise to a fairly...

Published on June 20 2015, 18:39
Source: www.cycleworld.com
 

Whatever happened to CRTs? Where did they come from, and why have they gone? When MotoGP began in 2002, Peter Clifford's privately sponsored team hoped to field a V-6 from Blata, a little-known East European firm. When the Blata didn't show, Clifford switched his efforts to having a warmed-over... 

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Dear MOby, What are variable intake manifolds? How do they work and why? Walter Barlow Dear Walter, If you'd not been paying attention in high school and reading Hot Rod magazine, you'd know that low-end power is boosted by longer intake and exhaust tracts, and high-rpm power generally increases... 

Casey Stoner's Ducati leads Valentino Rossi at Phillip Island in 2009. Retired two-time MotoGP champ Casey Stoner, who has been serving as a test rider for Honda for the past several years, is moving over to Ducati effective January 1 according to multiple reports. What started out as a paddock... 

The past decade has brought about radical changes around the world. During this epoch, not only has America elected its first black president (and first orangey one), motorcyclists have been introduced to a plethora of ground-breaking new technology. Back in 2007, traction-control systems and...