|Mar 19, 2015, 11:40 AM|
The remote is and feels cheap, but I guess it's our only choice. Steering dual rate and expo would make it better, and it needs a grip on the transmitter wheel.
When you initially turn on the bike the gyro does not start up but you can still use the throttle and steering. I tried driving it but unless you are at full throttle it wants to fall instantly. It is basically impossible to drive until the gyro kicks in, so it is a necessity in my opinion.
|Mar 19, 2015, 12:36 PM|
United Kingdom, Walsall
Joined Mar 2013
I tried running one of my ARX 450's without the gyro running and it constantly just fell over.
But, with the gyro removed it will run quite well, with a steady hand.
Better still with a little weight added to the wheel rim.
So, maybe if the gyro was removed completely running may be possible?
It may be that it is just to small to run without a gyro tho.
|Mar 20, 2015, 02:47 PM|
Joined Nov 2008
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