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Join Date: Mar 2004
Location: South Lyon, MI USA
Interesting interview with Renault F1 on torque maps
Renault Sport F1: Explaining Torque maps | ScarbsF1.com
F1 teams actually reduce engine torque and output in some situations (cold weather/low altitudes/high air pressure, etc) to make engine response more CONSISTENT for the driver, when driving in high temps/high altitude/low air pressure races, to ensure the driver does not have to "relearn" the engine's response in different track conditions. Amazing stuff.
Triumph Tiger 955i with decent suspension.
Ducati 996 with hot 999 motor
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