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Old 07-01-2010, 01:23 PM
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Had this one for a while now,it will eventually get some better elecs(probs 2.4ghz mini-z) good fun little bike.



My newest addition,a mclarney daytona 1/5 scale,the pics show it with the 14t brushless in it,but it did somersaults with not much throttle,so i changed it for a 19t brushed setup instead. I'm running a 3000mah 2s lipo on it too.
I'll have a fairing and rider soon to learn with(thanks to jb. ) but i'll be getting a new rider and bodywork soon to get painted up nicely,after i've done learning to control it!

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Nice start to a bike collection! You have both bases covered. That McLarney is very nice looking, front brake, carbon & all. I wonder if a slipper or some type of traction control will ever become standard on bikes, it sure would be nice! That and crash-back head assemblies: everone hits something eventualy, and that just seems indispensable. Good to have another bike guy, keep us posted! Chris
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both those bikes are nice!
i always wanted a bike,but have nowhere to run em,no one to run with.....but i still want one
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Old 07-19-2010, 11:34 AM
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Nice start to a bike collection! You have both bases covered. That McLarney is very nice looking, front brake, carbon & all. I wonder if a slipper or some type of traction control will ever become standard on bikes, it sure would be nice! That and crash-back head assemblies: everone hits something eventualy, and that just seems indispensable. Good to have another bike guy, keep us posted! Chris
Thanks From what i've seen slippers are making their way onto new bikes as std,and with my driving with this a crashback head assembly will be a wise investment. lol

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both those bikes are nice!
i always wanted a bike,but have nowhere to run em,no one to run with.....but i still want one
I have to go to the local ikea car park after they close( other car parks don't have any grip unfortunately),which is a bit of a pain,but is the only place i can run it at the mo as the nearest track is about 3 hrs from me

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This is my B'day pressie from the wife.



I already have these sitting here too,waiting to be fitted,gonna run it stock first tho,that way i see how they improve it.

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that dirtbike is the ****!! Awesome forks as well...
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Thanks,it's great fun,if a little twitchy.
This arrived this morning



Been watching these for quite a while now,so i thought what the hell,i'll treat myself.400($650) later, my treat was VERY short lived around 10 seconds in fact. Stripped the rear wheel to confirm what i thought.



Why would Venom release these bikes when they must know the gyro gears are pants?
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those bikes are really cool! Monstrous also for someone like me whose about to learn how to ride!
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I am looking for a new ride. Just recently, I learn how to ride and decided to buy my own bike. But I don't know really how to choose a good one. What is your ride? Maybe I can get ideas from the bike that you own.
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I take a ride of these bike and feel something special and proud.








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