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Old Dec 28, 2015, 01:23 AM
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yes kev, have a look at our jabber 2011 and compare it to any other bike in the market. i am sure you will find a slightly cheaper one but then consider what you have to buy afterwards to have a comparable performance and you will have to confirm my point.

nervertheless we never stop developing.

- 2011 edi winter lifts rc bike on a new level with his 2011 world championship winning bike
- 2012 clark does another revolutionary step by releasing the roadies bike tyres
- 2013 edi and clark combine and bring the jabber bike to a public market
- 2013-2015 jabber and roadies dominate international racing.

- 2016 to be written. our goal is clear. we want to give the market what the market needs........a budget bike with a top class performance.
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Old Dec 30, 2015, 10:18 AM
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Merry Christmas to all JABBER drivers, non Jabber drivers, those who want to be a JABBER driver and those who do not want to

so Merry Christmas to all bikers around the globe.


one picture is upside down........for those down under
Nice touch on the upside down photo, Clark. Thanks for that! Hope you and everyone on the Jabber team had a nice Xmas too, and I hope you all have a safe and competitive new year. Cheers from downunder!..
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Old Jan 06, 2016, 01:34 AM
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hi scaulfi,

thanks, yes we all made it through the christmas and new years days and now are back to work. i will post some new items`pictures later today but i am afraid, i can not do all in "downunder style". so you will end up upsidedown in front of your pc
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Old Jan 10, 2016, 09:19 PM
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2013 vs 2015 Jabber?

Seems like I saw a thread comparing specs between the '13 bike and the '15 bike somewhere but I've searched for 2 hours and can't find it! lol . I've heard there is a conversion kit to upgrade the '13 bike to a '15 bike, but again I can't find the details or prices. Hope I'm not just blind
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Old Jan 11, 2016, 01:04 AM
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hi top dave,

there is an upgrade kit from 2013 to 2015. the main difference is the low profile chassis and fork construction. fork and chassis are lowered by aprox 9mm. the kit includes all necessary parts to do the upgrade and you can find it here -----> http://rc-motorradshop.de/produkte/p...lder/?54100010
or here -----> http://www.clark-s.de/artikel/lights..._auf_2015.html

next time before searching for so long just ask
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hi top dave,

there is an upgrade kit from 2013 to 2015. the main difference is the low profile chassis and fork construction. fork and chassis are lowered by aprox 9mm. the kit includes all necessary parts to do the upgrade and you can find it here -----> http://rc-motorradshop.de/produkte/p...lder/?54100010
or here -----> http://www.clark-s.de/artikel/lights..._auf_2015.html

next time before searching for so long just ask
Thanks Clark!
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Was a bit quiet here for a while
Here is the reason. I have been developing a new steering for 1:5th scale bikes
over the past 18 months. As the "old" steering system has reached itīs physical
limits I had to go down a different road to make future developments possible.

SO HERE IS THE
Steering Damper System 2.0


Under the line it basically works like the known systems. Springs+Damper.
But here all play and friction is eliminated. Each setup feature can be done seperatly
without changing more than one thing at a time. There is no need for Oil, the damping
unit is service free and comes in 6 different strengths. Damping can be fine tuned in
three diffent steps. The springs come in 9 incremental diameters and can be precisly
adjusted to the bikes needs. There is a additional neutral range adjustment that gives
you even more possibilities. It is reliable and tracable. It is easy to adjust and setup is
100% repeatable.

No more voodoo here.

This system is to be seen as your new cockpit. Your new arms to control the bike.
Itīs meant to be the foundation for the future of RC Biking.

SDS2.0 (1 min 35 sec)
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Picture changes a bit quick for me to read anything.
What size are the piano wire?
They used to break just outside the fastening.
For me anyway, but then I used only one at a time.
Congratulation of cause with something new.
Erling.
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Old Mar 24, 2016, 07:18 AM
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Link to the preliminary manual.
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I love the "no more voodoo here" tagline. Sounds familiar... ;-)
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Old Mar 24, 2016, 10:28 AM
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I love the "no more voodoo here" tagline. Sounds familiar... ;-)
Did we steal that line? I donīt know all advertisments across all continents...
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Did we steal that line? I donīt know all advertisments across all continents...
I wouldn't say that you stole it, as it is a common phrase. But I'll leave this here...
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Old Mar 24, 2016, 11:34 AM
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Ah okay...
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Picture changes a bit quick for me to read anything.
What size are the piano wire?
They used to break just outside the fastening.
For me anyway, but then I used only one at a time.
Congratulation of cause with something new.
Erling.
If someone already tried something similar then you

Indeed you mention two critical points that mean "do or donīt" to this system.
1.) Care of how you mount the springs
2.) Using two instead of one spring

Size of the springs is round about 1mm. We use high quality stainless steel
springs and will offer them in 0,05mm steps.
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18 month under way.
What happened the day you had the piano wire setup reverted to sit on the front fork pivot pointing backwards over the servo horn where upon a cross thing is hinged and wide enough for the wires to go through holes so that it will slide forward when servo horn turns?
Erling.
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