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Kyosho 1/8 MotorCycle ?

Old 08-06-2002, 08:39 AM
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Default Kyosho 1/8 MotorCycle ?

Wow. kewl.

I haven't seen a r/c bike run though.

I wonder how it balances when cornering....

at most buang .....


Is any shop in SG selling these stuff ?

Kyosho named it Hanging On series .....

Should try it on the tracks
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Old 08-06-2002, 09:08 AM
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I have the motorcycle with all the neccessary electronics which i am thinking of letting go due to lack to time for hobby.
everything in with 2 600Mah batteries
make me offer at 98623307 SMS
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Old 08-06-2002, 09:10 AM
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wah , i dunno my budget but perhaps u can give a rough quote ?

I see i can afford or not ...
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Old 08-23-2002, 05:10 AM
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Default Re: Kyosho 1/8 MotorCycle ?

Originally posted by ninku
Wow. kewl.

I haven't seen a r/c bike run though.

I wonder how it balances when cornering....

at most buang .....


Is any shop in SG selling these stuff ?

Kyosho named it Hanging On series .....

Should try it on the tracks
There are lead weights used for the inner filling of the tires...this is enough to balance the bike using the gyroscopic force from the spinning wheels.......The rider has a big plastic linkage stuff up through his backside linked to the steering servo...this is what makes him lean on corners...very painful!!!
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