Originally Posted by Throttlejunkie
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.
You got it TJ, have fun today mate. Did you see the tips about the green locktite on your mates pinion. Don't use it on the grub screw but on the motor shaft. The pinions are a little sloppy and work loose. Did you get him some Robinson ones? They may fit better.