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Old Oct 01, 2006, 11:20 PM
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Well, I have to credit Sammy with the fix.

I think he said it was a number of things that contributed.


1)The wheel was not balanced (he balanced it with installing wheel weights.
2) The steering axis was not in line with the center of gravity - Fixed
3) Too much play in the steering axis (inside the body of the bike) Fixed
4) My chrome front brake disks were loose and they could get tweaked very easy - Fixed (He took them off all together and replaced it with custom brass spacers..smoooooooooove
5)My servo was not aligned up either (had to fix it with my transmitter - got fixed

***Note: make sure to put the thing together with care EXPECIALY THE STEERING MECHANISM!!!!

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