No your missing the point dude. If you have a machine that produces 42hp you will lose some at the ground due to factors such as the weight of the machine, the rider, tires...ect. We have all heard of weight to power ratios, this is the reason you want a light machine it helps get the power to the ground. Im not saying you can simply lose weight and gain hp, you are limited by what the motor puts out "duh". Im sure all of you have seen racers that are women, and to some extent they have an advantage. The machine dosent have to hall a 192 lb butt around, its a smaller 95 to 100 lb butt. This is true in the arena of alchohol drag race cars as well, there is a movement to disallow women from racing against men due to the fact they weigh so much less.So if I lose 40 pounds I'll gain 10 HP ? --- Man what the hell am I doing spending all this time with cams and exhaust and wasting money, when my 192 pound butt could quit buying cheeseburgers & wings and gain HP for free !
Man I'm on a mission now ... I want a 55 HP TRX ![/b]