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post #7 of (permalink) Old 04-15-2007, 10:02 PM
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Originally Posted by ApriliaSL
I voted no.

I don't like the trend in cars to have a cpu keeping you on the road rather than driver skill. I don't like flappy paddle /auto transmissions. I'd take a F40 over a Enzo any day. And as such would like to see bike control all be down to the rider.


I dont think this is what he is going for. Like he stated its for ENGINE MANAGEMENT. I think DynoJet needs some good strong competition to help boost the market. I would be much happier if somebody was making DynoJet either drop their prices or add more options for free. Look at all the companies making bank off IPOD accessories, when Apple charges double for the same thing. Just gotta break into the market and steal some customers to get their attention.
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