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Old 09-30-2008, 01:38 PM
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Default any tips or any thing for buildind rickys bike

ive got an rc rc and ive put hobbie grade electronice made aluminum spacer insted of plastic took the weight out of the back tire i keep the stock motor and i dont have the body i dont know what happend to it are there any bodys that fit it or part i can make or buy for it please i would like the help please write
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Old 09-30-2008, 05:14 PM
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i think im going to sell it for like 80 bucks it im keeping my esc reciver and controler it has a motor and a six cell battery and a servo
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Old 09-30-2008, 05:21 PM
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The "weight" in the back wheel is actually a gyro, and it is needed to stabilize the bike. You're gonna want to put that back in, or it won't even be drivable.

I have one that I have been working on on and off for a while. I replaced the motor with a Reedy Cryptonite 12 turn modified motor, an M-Tronics forward only waterproof esc, and all hobby grade electronics. I redid the steering linkage, and replaced the rear dampener with a Revo aluminum threaded shock. I still want to replace the drive belt with a sprocket set up instead with a chain drive. And I also want to replace the swing arm with an aluminum one
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