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Old 01-21-2007, 05:33 AM   #1
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Guys, have a group of frenz going crazy about nitro bike after watching those videos on the net. so far, we only managed to find Thunder Tiger Ducati & Nuova Foar SF501. We have no experience with bike before, so could anyone recommend us on which is better? also from the info that i source, Nuova Foar comes with sirio engine, and the later model comes with Picco, but for TT, it PRO engine, dunno wat engine is that.

Is it really fun with bike? and one more thing, my frenz said that we can play it on our 1/10 track, even on raining days, it is true??? i wonder. oh yah, almost forgot to ask it its only 1 speed.
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I have a Thunder Tiger Nitro bike and it is awesome the engine have more than enough power, the only upgrade you need is to add a front disc brake and change the throttle/brake servo to a high torque. but out of the box you will have fun.
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Being a motorcycle guy myself, I have always been thirsting for an r/c bike. I am huge on the newest Nuova Faor SF506 http://www.nuovafaor.it/modules.php?...index&catid=53

When I was searching around last week I found the following site that has some good info.

http://www.rcbikes.com/
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so which do recommend? TT or NF?? btw, do u guys replace the rx, servo and tx? i wonder wat servo is recommended, high speed or high torque.
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both bikes are great...i do have both of them...ttn is much cheaper in price and most of lhs carries it...go to 2wheelhobbies.com for parts and bike...have fun!!! it's a blast and it's different...
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i was wondering if we can replace these engine with our .12 car engines, haha, as most of our engines are modified.
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i was wondering if we can replace these engine with our .12 car engines, haha, as most of our engines are modified.
yes you can...i just got this bike sold http://rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?t=145203
i got novarossi top on this one
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go to www.gotnitroonline.com
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http://www.rcbike.com/jordan_krupp.htm ...check this out...........
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