Wow - nice. That is exactly what I am talking about - my goal - wheelies !
I'll share YOUR video here: http://www.youtube.com/user/hurrican.../0/cmLnVT3Vo0U
Are you a machinist?
I am open for any suggestions.
I wish I had more time to build up my suspension out like that.
Would you say that your capability of performing the wheelie comes mostly from your transmission or from getting good grip from your suspension?
I'll need more time to read your new thread more thoroughly.
I believe my gearing on my New Bright gear train should be capable of doing this. But my replacement spur gear design didn't work out and I stripped the hexagon adapter I attached to the gear in about 5 minutes yesterday due to the torque produced on it from the gunning the nitro motor.
The new spur gear fits perfectly but the axle hole is not hexagon like the axle on the sled. So I attached an adapter. My new approach is going to be to piggy back (screw the old gear) onto the new gear.
I'll provide a picture tomorrow.
P.S - do you think a rider would restrict you sled from performing the wheeling due to the extra weight?