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    Quote Originally Posted by husaberg View Post
    Honda used Hub steer with the elf bikes and a Ribi front end in MX so anythings possible.
    They did. But they were for competition. The superbike will be for road and competition. The road market is a whole different segment, especially if they launch them into the US market with their love of suing everyone and everything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mental Trousers View Post
    They did. But they were for competition. The superbike will be for road and competition. The road market is a whole different segment, especially if they launch them into the US market with their love of suing everyone and everything.
    Pretty sure neither the RC30 or the OW01 were initially road legal in the USA.
    The US propensity to sue likely has a lot to do with Fords propensity to produce cars that roll over or catch fire or do both.
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    Weight is still transferred with a non diving front suspension. Weight transfer can only be reduced by lowering the centre of mass of the bike and rider.


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