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Gary Pinchin  says:

Valentine says BSB Evo debate is to come

BSB Evo kicks off this year. It’s a series within the MCE British Superbike Championship and is for superbikes with more standard ‘superstock’ tune engines and control ECUs. The series organisers are trialling the class this year with a view to adopting the rules for the main championship in 2011 in a bid to cut costs. But not everyone agrees...

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Richard1967

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Richard1967 says:

Well This Fan

Certainly doesnt mind if you run stock engines , as long as its noisey and close i couldnt care less . It would certainly improve road bike reliability

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Ivebeenthehero

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There is always a vested interest

Yeah agree. Valantine benefits from special factory parts from Suzuki that privateer teams can't get hold of so of course he doesn't want a more level playing field. His claim that the standard engines won't be reliable is nonsense, just look at the BSB Superstock grid this year.

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Dai777

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Dai777 says:

One simple answer is to allow tuning to what ever spec just make the rules fair by all parts being supplied by third party after market suppliers and no factory involvement. This way the only disadvantage is money and money is always a disadvantage to some teams anyway. It all comes down to the teams not the bikes, so long as you have the budget you can go buy the parts needed to keep up with the other teams.

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The series organisers are trialling the class this year with a view to adopting the rules for the main championship in 2011 in a bid to cut costs. But not everyone agrees it’s the way forward. Essay Service

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