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Old Jun 06, 2012, 05:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Kurtis View Post
sounds fun haha, any updates on the E-gyro yet chris?

and iv only just noticed the ''no guide wires'' must be a lot better at handling and what not.
No updates, just waiting.

I have become very comfortable with the stock bike so no set up changes out of the box I just drive them as you see in the photo, thats a bone stock bike. When I want to dial a bike in more its pretty simple and very responsive to adjustments.
On nice grass you can lean the bike all the way over to his knee and power back out of the turn. The chassis is touching the ground there is no more lean angle and still the bike is stable. You have to stay on the gas the whole time and power out to stand it up just like full scale! I had real MX stars try the bike at the golf tournament in Vegas and they were surprised by the bike, totally able to drive it right away under good control.

My favorite is loose gravel because the bike roosts and rails around, great control and slides are huge.
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