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Old 08-Oct-2009, 10:25 AM
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Desmo Due 2010

Having now finished for this season, our thoughts need to turn to the 2010 season and in particular the current rules and any changes that might be warrented.

Kevin and I have started on a review already and identified a small number of clarification issues that need to be addressed.

However, as in past years it is important that we hear from any registered rider (this year or next) as to any suggestions that they may have regarding the current rules or changes that they would like to see for 2010.

If you have any suggestions then please send them via e-mail to desmodue@ducatisportingclub.com by the 31st of October.

Please be advised that we will only take into account items forwarded via this method, we are not going to trawl through posts on the Forum, to see if we miss anything.
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Old 09-Oct-2009, 09:34 AM
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Thanks for all of the messages and calls so far received, keep them coming.
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Old 09-Oct-2009, 10:38 PM
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[quote=Dominic Clegg]dont change a thing

Totaly agree leave class b alone its perfict
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Old 09-Oct-2009, 11:07 PM
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dont change a thing

Totaly agree leave class b alone its perfict

I thought altering athe rule to allow a 583 pattern piston would have been a good idea

Also the rule on using Diablo tyres as they may not be available next season
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Old 10-Oct-2009, 01:05 AM
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I thought altering athe rule to allow a 583 pattern piston would have been a good idea

Also the rule on using Diablo tyres as they may not be available next season

good idea with the pistons Kev

what about allowing adjustable forks in class B ?
theres loads of 900ssie forks (later type showa's) around for sale but no
non adjustables
As we have a 53bhp limit in class B why not free up engine/ignition rules up a bit ?
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Old 10-Oct-2009, 10:51 AM
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[quote=Imola Duke]
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good idea with the pistons Kev

what about allowing adjustable forks in class B ?
theres loads of 900ssie forks (later type showa's) around for sale but no
non adjustables
As we have a 53bhp limit in class B why not free up engine/ignition rules up a bit ?

Can we please have a new rule to reduce the size of 583 riders b@lls so the 620's can keep up
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Old 10-Oct-2009, 11:06 AM
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Can we please have a new rule to reduce the size of 583 riders b@lls so the 620's can keep up


Was thinking of having random testing for excessive Testosterone levels
The feeling is that the older riders along with the female riders should pass without any worries but younger student aged riders will fail and incur a handicap, such as removal of at least one spark plug
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[quote=Chaz]
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Can we please have a new rule to reduce the size of 583 riders b@lls so the 620's can keep up

Really amazing how much quicker the 583s went this year in October than last year in June.
Fastest lap of the 583s this year was as quick as Rick Fogg's fastest lap on a fast 620 last year, and Foggy is no mug!!

Amazing!
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Old 10-Oct-2009, 03:22 PM
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I think a minimum weight limit with bike and rider. As at present a 154kg bike with a 58kg rider, compared to 154kg and Joe average at 95/110kg
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