Actually 1) You're WRONG about the lack of rear brake, some of them have them and one of the guys who started taking them off was..... K.R.
2) You couldn't hold your breath time to figure out when you got your wires crossed and smokin', plus since you speak of your @ss and makes a lot of windy noise instead of making sens...
What i am talking about is what i always said, about setting and riding from last year...
K.R gave an interview about what he was doing on his 0W45 in 79 and his 0W35 the previous year to minimise weight transfer, and this was done by dragging the rear wheel to pre-compress both suspension before hitting the front brake.
He even tried to use front disk and caliper on the rear, but of course you knew that all along didn't you?
And you also know why Yamaha Racing are developing rear braking with caliper and engine braking further for their 2014 M1, no relation there either....
btw, i know it works because i tried and adopted it on Yamaha Cantilevers 350 RDLC and TZ, something that still woks up to 1000 cc and improves braking no end, allowing for shorter braking distances and more stable bike, which in turn give you the choice between higher corner speed or earlier acceleration.
But eh, i suppose you also have this experience too and know it was just me making this up, that i also was lucky as **** to write this 6 month before Yamaha Racing decided to revert to ol' K.R settings and methods, including Galbusera starting work on Rossi M1 doing his rear and anti-skidding first.
Don't you genius? Don't you?