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Adam Wilmes
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Section VI Rule 18
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http://www.purduegrandprix.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Grand-Prix-Rules-2013-Official.pdf

 

My main question is weather or not the KT will be able to handle the stresses induced by shifting (especially in the endurance race that the Purdue Grand Prix is)

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