The engine managemant system that Suzuki was using last year is probably closer to "street" use than the Mitsu system. From what I've read the Mitsu system is close to the GP bikes system. Apparently, Matt was busy following Nicky during testing in Asia. I figure he was using Nicky's lines to decide if the "base" settings on the Mitsu system were suffecient. Spies actually said that they can "toggle" between 3 and 4 different settings "on the track". Push a button and handle turn 2 differently than turn 9. Pretty trick stuff.
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