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Old Jul 18, 2010, 05:00 AM
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How often do you guys run? I may be dropping by HK in October

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Old Jul 19, 2010, 11:32 PM
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Not big on driving around with bricks in my car. I have seen some guys use angle iron with the bike standing up in the gutter. I have tried this, but with zero success.
Haha, yes, I don't drive around with brick in my car too. Usually we just leave it beside the track. BTW: I had start using brick, iron, roadside (curbe, sorry not sure what to call it), fance at the side of the track, etc. It is not easy. But practice more and you should be able to do it from almost anything that can keep the bike upright. For the body protector it is made by water bottle. Use a heat gun to soften it and form it around the orginal body. And we run atleast once per week if it doesn't rain outside. Let us know if you happen to be in HK and we can run together.
Old Jul 22, 2010, 06:31 PM
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These Kyosho Bikes have just got to be the best scale bike out there, I have all of them, the leaning rider never gets old.
Old Jul 22, 2010, 11:23 PM
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These Kyosho Bikes have just got to be the best scale bike out there, I have all of them, the leaning rider never gets old.
Yes, I can't think of another RC car which do not have any changes for atleast 15 years and peoples are still buying it. It is like the VW Beetle for RC.
Old Jul 23, 2010, 12:18 AM
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Yes I think I bought my first Kyosho static rider in 1989 and the Leaning rider in 1993, I still use one today, with brushless and lipo they are fantastic, come on Kyosho bring out a new model
Old Aug 15, 2010, 01:16 PM
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share with you guys some interesting pictures today
Old Aug 15, 2010, 02:34 PM
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A waterbotle protector, running without crashbars, a tire insert mod, fun film work...Kyosho needs to sponsor you guys big time...great job everyone. What motors do you all tend to use?
Old Aug 15, 2010, 04:04 PM
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A waterbotle protector, running without crashbars, a tire insert mod, fun film work...Kyosho needs to sponsor you guys big time...great job everyone. What motors do you all tend to use?

Yeah fantastic work, watch your vids all the time, nice to know there are other Kyosho bike nuts out there
Old Aug 15, 2010, 10:59 PM
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We normally use motor from 5700 to 9000kv.
Old Aug 16, 2010, 05:43 PM
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We normally use motor from 5700 to 9000kv.
I run a 7700kv in my Yamaha and a 5500kv in my alloy framed Suzuki, Suzuki has good traction and is a joy to drive maybe because of the weight of the metal frame, the Yamaha is 100% wheelspin with the 7700kv but fun
Old Aug 17, 2010, 11:20 AM
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Well here is a little vid of my alloy framed Suzuki with a set of Pats front disc brakes, it stops so well now with no more crashes under braking because of rear wheel lock ups ! the bike is running well but suffers from tank slapers, (wheel wobble ) under hard power and running over bumps, have to tighten steering damper down so hard it loses the slow speed handling, found its better with the front axle slightly loose , can anybody help here ? I am going to try a set of the standard plastic front shocks to see if it make any diffrence
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Kyosho Bike, with disc front brakes. (1 min 23 sec)
Old Aug 18, 2010, 01:55 PM
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Run the Yamaha today :

Kyosho Yamaha (3 min 27 sec)
Old Oct 05, 2010, 01:40 AM
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Races on last Friday, on a new track in Hong Kong, well build with good traction.

香港業餘模型賽車會二十週年會慶公開遙控模型車賽 - 電單車賽 - A Final (7 min 23 sec)
Old Oct 05, 2010, 02:22 AM
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new track


Looks great the track , a fast one , A new slow mo video would make it fitting

Excellent brave riders no crash bars
Old Oct 21, 2010, 04:59 AM
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Races on last Friday, on a new track in Hong Kong, well build with good traction.
this at JV? I have a HOR in bits and wonder what I will need to get it up and running again. Will I need to modify the steering or use the stock one? I mean instead of the swing action change it to more like the real bikes. Thanks.


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