Obviously, the new fuel-injected 350 is an excellent off-road machine, however, it has struggled somewhat against the 450s on the U.S. Supercross and Pro Motocross circuit. And while DeCoster maintains they're not giving up any horsepower to the competition despite the smaller displacement, he does admit a shortage of torque is keeping them from holding ground with the bigger engines. "The very top guys can use full power on a 450 and all the torque, so there are some places on the track where we are a little bit handicapped," says DeCoster. "But there are places on braking where we have an advantage because the bike has less inertia and it's really stable in the whoops, so there are some pluses and some minuses." At the Unadilla round of the AMA Pro Motocross Series, DeCoster hinted that there will be a fuel-injected 450 for 2012 and that they are working with it now. When asked if someone would be riding it in the 2012 Supercross series, he said, "It depends on if they can get it into production in time for the start of the season."On the subject of Dungey, DeCoster said, "Obviously, we want him, we just have to see if we can come together."