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Dec 08, 2011, 10:39 AM
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Originally Posted by UFRC
johnny,good luck with that hope you get what you want for your bike,no disrespect to you but that sounds like my wife talking to me(why dont you sell some so you got one of each!!no way i say i love my back room sure its overcrowded with,planes, buggies,truggys, boats, hellis, bikes,....i worked hard for that!!....im the same as 70 mach one do not race comp freeride bashing .I do think the VMX can 100% be used for dirtbike comp racing,you just need the right TRACK,eg-smooth flowing with good traction dirt with some grass sections i guess.Now if you are trying to drive it around a typical tight hard pack buggy truggy track not so good,IS there any rc dirt bike out there that will perform on 4wheel tracks???...............When or if VENOM make the VMX 2.0you can forfill you dirtbike racing dreams
Maybe thats why I post here, so other people can make more sense than I am. I tend to get an idea in my head to do something and its hard to put on the brakes and see if its worth doing in the long run. UFRC, your right it sounds like my wife would say something like that. Maybe she's been subliminaly sending me those thoughts dang her lol. Im gonna keep the bike for now! I got a lot of stuff to do with the other bike in the mean time. Considering this is my main hobby, it makes more sense to have both a 1/5 and 1/4 bike for tracks just like rskip is talking about, where maybe a bigger 1/4 bike is less suited than 1/5. Yay me.
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Dec 08, 2011, 06:40 PM
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Maybe thats why I post here, so other people can make more sense than I am. I tend to get an idea in my head to do something and its hard to put on the brakes and see if its worth doing in the long run. UFRC, your right it sounds like my wife would say something like that. Maybe she's been subliminaly sending me those thoughts dang her lol. Im gonna keep the bike for now! I got a lot of stuff to do with the other bike in the mean time. Considering this is my main hobby, it makes more sense to have both a 1/5 and 1/4 bike for tracks just like rskip is talking about, where maybe a bigger 1/4 bike is less suited than 1/5. Yay me.
JohnnyMc, you've got a potential buyer for your bike here in Texas if/when you decide to let it go. I, too, would like to narrow it down to just 1 dirt bike that will hold up (if there is such a thing).
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Dec 08, 2011, 06:58 PM
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Where in Texas are you?
Dec 09, 2011, 04:26 AM
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UFRC,
there are bikes out there that can do it...
Just look videos.
Ciao.
Thanks for that jena,i did watch your videos ,i see you are a big fan of the arx or is it arc,anyway that bike looks super stable must have a sweet gyro!!...now if i could tweek my vmx gyro to that spec
Dec 09, 2011, 04:57 AM
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Maybe thats why I post here, so other people can make more sense than I am. I tend to get an idea in my head to do something and its hard to put on the brakes and see if its worth doing in the long run. UFRC, your right it sounds like my wife would say something like that. Maybe she's been subliminaly sending me those thoughts dang her lol. Im gonna keep the bike for now! I got a lot of stuff to do with the other bike in the mean time. Considering this is my main hobby, it makes more sense to have both a 1/5 and 1/4 bike for tracks just like rskip is talking about, where maybe a bigger 1/4 bike is less suited than 1/5. Yay me.
HAaaaaa,thats the way johnny my man,good...dont worry about you just human,anyway its all the girls fault lol....In the picture you can hopefully see i have realocated on off switch to on mid bars,connected a airduct cooling mtr and caps for the hot weather over here in australia.
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Dec 09, 2011, 10:27 AM
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Where in Texas are you?
DFW near Mike's hobby shop
Dec 09, 2011, 11:00 AM
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Dam, we are near mikes hobby shop in Porter Texas Ne of Houston about 30 mintues. We are talking about going to mikes for a F1 race in feb and bringing some bikes to play with. Do they have a large outdoor on road track besides the Indoor carpet? Also is it smooth like glass? A few of us are working on motard bikes to start racing, you should make it down here for next years schedule.
Dec 09, 2011, 11:35 AM
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DFW Mike's has fun indoor dirt track, a nice outdoor dirt track, and a carpet track, they don't have a standard onroad track that I saw anyway, maybe out back, I didn't look behind the building. But that was about 7 months ago that I was last over there. May try and get over there when I am up for Christmas.
Dec 09, 2011, 12:25 PM
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Nice Avatar Steve!!
Dec 09, 2011, 01:23 PM
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Figured you would like seeing your bike there. I told you with a crop and zoom that shot would be pretty good.
Dec 09, 2011, 02:04 PM
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Its my screen saver and desk top at home!
Dec 09, 2011, 06:23 PM
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I can tell you guys that the next generation of the VMX will be stable enough you can race on typical indoor warehouse concrete its just a matter of a little more time. So hang in there and racing on tight tracks will become a reality very soon I can assure you.

Thats my little X_Mas gift...a little piece of mind that we have not forgotten our loyal customers and supporters and that we are working on the next evolution of the VMX to make it even better.
Dec 09, 2011, 07:02 PM
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very cool, I'm looking forward to seeing the new upgrades, and can the be retro fit onto to the original.
Dec 10, 2011, 06:53 AM
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Originally Posted by Chris Nicastro
I can tell you guys that the next generation of the VMX will be stable enough you can race on typical indoor warehouse concrete its just a matter of a little more time. So hang in there and racing on tight tracks will become a reality very soon I can assure you.

Thats my little X_Mas gift...a little piece of mind that we have not forgotten our loyal customers and supporters and that we are working on the next evolution of the VMX to make it even better.
hi chris,you dont know(well you do lol)how sweet it is to read that info from you thankyou thats just what i wanted to hear!!to me it was like a scoop,breaking news!!i rang my fellow VMX buddies and had to tell them,.......
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Dec 10, 2011, 07:18 AM
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very cool, I'm looking forward to seeing the new upgrades, and can the be retro fit onto to the original.
cwazyduck,i bet its a slick new gyro retro fit or ass replacement eg rear wheel.that would be my guess.....i knew venom would come through..i mentioned to johnny a few posts back hang in and maybe you could forfill your dirtbike racing dreams when the ver 2.0 vmx comes out!!


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