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Old 11-12-2003, 03:03 PM
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Nice Bike Angus, does it go or is it shelved right now??
No sniffing here dude I am ELECTRIFIED!!
Shure the run times suck but I prefer my hearing and brain cells over run time.
Not to mention fingers etc... Gas is just scary, and add the fact I live in an apartment and I am stuck in a wheelchair for life. Gas and me do not mix.[&:]
Old 11-12-2003, 03:34 PM
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I gotta say Ray if I was confined to a wheelchair it would be constructed of titanium and the rear wheels would be driven by a filth spewing 2-stroke engine. I suppose there might be some silly regulation governing the use high powered two stroke engines in apartment buildings but I would not give it up without a fight!!

Perhaps I will get around to finishing the bike this winter but for now it resides on my beer fridge in the garage.
Old 11-13-2003, 04:56 PM
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My new wheelchair is made out of titanium
But I'd rather use this old one to Experiment with. Besides No pushin' gives me a big cushion, in MY BELLY, SEXY BELLY!
Old 11-16-2003, 08:30 AM
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[font="Verdana"]ciao a tutti i membri del forum... e tanti complimenti ai moderatori..... vi scrivo da Milano, Italia..... seguo sempre questo forum..... ricco di informazioni..... io ed altri amici stiamo montando piano, piano due moto rc 1:5 la honda HONDA RC211V a scoppio e la ducati della TT.... consultiamo spesso questo forum..... ne abbiamo anche uno in italia e vi lascio il link ...... http://www.freeforumzone.it/viewforum.aspx?f=21568......

saluti a tutti
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Old 11-30-2003, 03:54 PM
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Old 12-02-2003, 07:21 PM
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i want a nitro motorcycle now they look so awesome, but so expensive, but awesome.
Old 01-15-2004, 01:37 PM
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I want to buy a rc dirt bike but i dont know were 2 go but it has to be gas beacause 1ce u go gas u dont go back Plz help
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I’ve found one place and one place only that makes a nitro dirt bike. I don’t even have the link anymore nor the phone number I called.

It was a manufacturer in Europe and the price was comparable to the road bikes. The guy told me that the “drive train” was warranted as well as other parts of course but in general, he told me I wouldn’t be happy with it. I was told the bikes were awesome with speed and would fly amazingly high on jumps but every landing resulted in front fork failure. I was told that they made a bike that would withstand punishment but the front didn’t really look like a dirt bike anymore. Too big, too bulky. The guy told me they were working on it but not really. He made a good point in saying “It seems almost impossible to make anything that looks as it should and perform as you would expect”.

All that was a few months ago and from searching, he’s apparently right and is the reason you can’t find them anywhere.
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http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/forum...s=&forumid=183

This is the "MOTHER LOAD" of R/C Motorcycle forums!
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Old 01-29-2004, 12:22 AM
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First National R/C Motorcycle Championship Race [ 1 ]

It looks like just about everything is confirmed for the First National R/C Motorcycle Championship Race in Las Vegas May 15-16,2004 at the SILVERBOWL which is actually in Henderson Nevada, just outside of Las Vegas. The track's website is www.4acesracing.com

Looks like 3 classes: 1/8 Electric 1/5 Electric and 1/5 Nitro

A practice schedule will soon be made for Saturday May 15th
with the actual races being on Sunday May 16th.

In the next week or two, information will be available at the Racing Association of Motorcycle Modelers website which is www.bikerace.org

There will be Trophies and cash give aways!

There will also be track testing and racing on February 22, 2004 and anybody and everybody is welcome to attend. If you have any questions regarding February 22 at the SILVERBOWL, you can call Richard Taylor ( 4 Aces Club President ) at 702-326-3573

I will post more information as it becomes available. We are currently working on discounted hotel rooms also.

Phil Andreula
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Old 02-02-2004, 05:12 PM
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I just wanted to tell everyone that is into rc bikes that we need to make more people aware that rc bike are alive and alot of fun!!! If we can get more people invloved and create a larger market for them, we have a chance at encouraging companies to produce more bikes and more parts. Would'nt it be cool to walk into a hobby store and see the same amount of parts for our bikes as we do for the T-maxx?
Old 02-26-2004, 12:26 AM
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Hey billyman, I'm new to rc universe, not sure if you got e-mail, but check "nitro motocross" topic in rc motorcycle section.
Old 08-30-2004, 12:20 AM
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Hey Guy's I just bought the T.T. ducati 999r electric and I've got to say I'm impressed now that I put a Fhantom 13x2 on it with a 2400 mathced pack and Dean's plugs. I still can't get it to do any sort of wheelie action even with the stock pinion {14} I think.Any body got any idea's?
bye the way I think the 1\8 scale kyosho's are awesome in realism.
Old 08-31-2004, 02:18 PM
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Try an 8-9T motor with stock pinion, stock sprocket and 3300mah batteries. Really power is the big thing here to get wheelies.

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