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Old Dec 13, 2012, 04:16 PM
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Originally Posted by chktm View Post
Yea that's what I found TJ, the tape stops the guard from grabbing and separating from the bar and hold it all together well. I'm thinking of using some 1/8th piano wire instead to make mine even stronger but still a little flexible. Too much power eh with that Tenshock lol.
Yea mate i can see why you do that it makes sense now, if you like pulling wheelies i don't care what wheel bar it is you will end up on your back at some stage & if your guard is not held to the bar you it will catch & fold it back, now i have repaired my guard i will use tape & hit the track again today & see how it goes.
It is easy to overpower a wheelie with the tenshock but it has also flipped on it's back just from pulling a wheelie & hitting a bump at the same time.
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