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Huh? They have indeed been running the Triumph in Supersport with Dominguez putting in some impressive showings.well as the season has unfolded thay did not switch to a triumph, desalvo hs riddin a duc all season
I think he meant DiSalvo did not continue on the 675 after his early testing.Huh? They have indeed been running the Triumph in Supersport with Dominguez putting in some impressive showings.
The difference between the WSS and AMA bikes are night and day. Not just suspension, but TC, electronics, engine, you name it. I also believe the BE1 team had too many riders for a staff/budget of that size.Jason didn't do so well on the WSS bike because it had Bitubo suspension.. he didn't seem to like it at all..:thumbup:
This will be different. I can tell you right now that the tire test at miller he was spinning really fast laps on a trumpet..
Where is the thread on the new linkage assembly... i know I saw a picture of it on here before...I spoke with Jason a lot last month. They rode the Ducati hoping results would = support. The results came, but the support didn't...and Triumph stepped up for next year. Simple as that.
This is going to be a good thing for all of us who race Triumphs. I have spoken with Jason and Ronnie (Jason's crew chief) about some of the parts they are developing for the 675 and im excited about it.
I am getting one of the linkage assemblies they fabricated for Jason's bike (as soon as Ronnie gets another set anodized) and im looking forward to testing it out.