But, there is nothing to forgive. I merely have told it like it is. KTM is ready to race, and this has to be true, because they advertise this, and, they would not lie in advertising. Ducati is not ready to race. And, that is also true, since Ducati advertises that they have lots of accessories for their bikes, including the Scrambler, but, they never say that they are ready to race. This is not to say that there are not racing Ducati's, as there clearly are, including factory teams. But, they are beyond costly and not really production street machines for the masses. But, even the lowliest KTM, at a price that any fool can afford, is certified ready to race as delivered. Obviously very serious iron for serious players.jhwalker wrote:You are forgiven
So, I just stick to the facts and paint an unbiased picture of the realities of the situation. I also have to point out that KTM dealers will sell to anyone and they do not screen buyers to insure that the buyer is ready to race also. Hence, I was able to get a 690 Duke. I am not sure if they would have allowed me to get a 1290R Super Duke as it clearly would be way too much for me. Dealers care, and they look out for their customers because they say that they do, and, they wouldn't lie.