Bollocks is about right Bulto..
You haven't the gumption or testicular fortitude to back yourself when the going gets rough..
All you've given uss..is an insight into how limited and empty that space north of your eyebrows must be.
You are a fake..
Name me another manufacturer with two of three year old ex-factory motorcycles on the grid?
Yamaha and Ducati..
Or do you expect HRC to sell flogged out machines from the previous year full of engine internals and cases knocking right up against their serviceable life span?
As it is it would appear the factories keep many of the components from previous years on hand. Think Stoner with his Ducati front fork reversion a few years ago.
Aragon 2010..the setting changes Stoner - and all you muppets - claimed proved he'd left Rossi a competitive bike were not only pilfered from Hayden, but achieved with parts that had been on the shelf all year..nothing new, just the combination of old parts altered.
The spindly fork back-tracking didn't work, or stop him crashing and was a desperate measure to regain front end feel, after he'd developed the bike into a plank of wood..reminiscent of your head.
Or Aleix in Qatar who reputedly had to run an ex factory 2013 tank for the Qatar race after trashing both his bikes in final qualifying.
Shame HRC didn't run a bigger tank in the disappointing RCVR, instead of hamstringing the bike to ensure it slotted in to their philosophical pecking order..there again, that would mean developing a proper Open class bike rather than a grid filler.
Oh dear..the longer this defense of the indefensible continues, the less chance the tag team twins have of regaining ANY credibility on this forum.