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#1 jack-69 May 22, 2009 12:17 PM

m5 motocross anderson model
 
ciao a tutti ,new motocross 1/5 scale by enderson model!www.andersonmodel.com and movie motocross, :eek: direct steering :eek: sorry my englhis :(

#2 cip060 May 22, 2009 12:37 PM

direct link
http://www.andersonmodel.com/product...pid=1923&cid=3

#3 BACKEMFNRG May 22, 2009 01:14 PM

Cool! how much?

#4 cip060 May 22, 2009 02:18 PM

300 euro aprox

#5 Guidoracer May 22, 2009 02:20 PM

Excellent! Definitely looks good!

#6 Akura2 May 22, 2009 04:24 PM

Looks good in the videos....

#7 Fastgixxerlv May 22, 2009 07:24 PM

Nice!!! Damn, I thought I had my mind made up on the AR bike. This one looks sweet too

#8 dmincin May 22, 2009 10:35 PM

Would have been nice if they had gone with 1/4 scale so they could be run together with the ARX and Ricky bikes...

But it's awesome that there is another choice for motocross bikes out there now! Hopefully 2wheelhobbies will be able to bring them to the US for us.

#9 5150driver May 23, 2009 01:31 AM

anderson make stuff for duratrax so this might come over here. might be seeing whats to come to the states. lets pray b/c i'll grab a couple for sure.

#10 swheels May 23, 2009 12:46 PM

I think it's great that they are 1/5th's.With a little bit of creativity and imagination.One could use some of the 1/5th on road bikes to make a killer motard.May it be nitro or ep. :cool:

#11 t-maxed May 23, 2009 01:18 PM

Shumacher are importing these in to the U.K.
I should have one to test in the next couple of weeks :p
Dave.a

#12 cip060 May 23, 2009 03:55 PM

http://www.bikerc.it/arx/blabla013.jpg
http://www.andersonmodel.com/Archive...ts/0707-36.jpg
http://www.andersonmodel.com/Archive...ts/0707-34.jpg
http://www.andersonmodel.com/Archive...ts/0707-01.jpg
http://www.andersonmodel.com/Archive.../0707-01-1.jpg
http://www.andersonmodel.com/Archive...ts/0707-02.jpg
http://www.andersonmodel.com/Archive...ts/0707-03.jpg
http://www.andersonmodel.com/Archive...ts/0707-04.JPG
http://www.andersonmodel.com/Archive...ts/0707-05.jpg
http://www.andersonmodel.com/Archive...ts/0707-06.JPG
http://www.andersonmodel.com/Archive.../0707-07-1.JPG
http://www.andersonmodel.com/Archive.../0707-07-2.JPG
http://www.andersonmodel.com/Archive...ts/0707-08.jpg
http://www.andersonmodel.com/Archive...ts/0707-10.JPG
http://www.andersonmodel.com/Archive...ts/0707-11.jpg
http://www.andersonmodel.com/Archive...ts/0707-12.JPG
http://www.andersonmodel.com/Archive...ts/0707-13.JPG
http://www.andersonmodel.com/Archive...ts/0707-14.jpg
http://www.andersonmodel.com/Archive.../0707-15-1.JPG
http://www.andersonmodel.com/Archive.../0707-15-2.JPG
http://www.andersonmodel.com/Archive...ts/0707-16.JPG

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#13 swheels May 23, 2009 04:21 PM

Oh nitro motard all the way. :cool:With some 1/5th road bike wheels :cool:

#14 mp- May 23, 2009 10:46 PM

Lots of molded plastic, stamped alloy parts, minimal machined parts and all borrowed designs should make for low cost. Cool idea with the chain adjustment via inserts. I wonder what they've patented.

mp-

#15 KermitGTT May 24, 2009 03:13 AM

This might be a dumb question, but where does the clutch fit in to?


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