Thread Tools
Old Dec 24, 2008, 06:12 PM
cip060 is offline
Find More Posts by cip060
Registered User
Discussion

New Bike!


this is my new gift


Ducati 1/9 NEW RAY RC
20 euro
Last edited by cip060; Dec 25, 2008 at 04:38 PM.
Sign up now
to remove ads between posts
Old Dec 26, 2008, 04:02 PM
dan duesentrieb is offline
Find More Posts by dan duesentrieb
Registered User
dan duesentrieb's Avatar
look at those side wheels - stoner didnīt deserve this...
Old Dec 28, 2008, 01:08 AM
RECKRACING is offline
Find More Posts by RECKRACING
Registered User
I have the suzuki version of this one without the rider and training wheels, I was disappointed at first coz it doesnt run at all straight from the box, even with powerful 2500 mah "AA" batt. I dont know with this version if they did some improvements. Anyway,I had to do a lot of modifications to enjoy it.
Old Dec 28, 2008, 05:49 AM
cip060 is offline
Find More Posts by cip060
Registered User
use rechargeable batteries ? i use SANYO 2700 MH nimh very good but four batteries AA not rechargeable 6V!!
do you think use five battery pach? to burn electronic?
the battery pack full charge is +6V!!! to burn the bike???
Old Dec 31, 2008, 08:03 AM
cip060 is offline
Find More Posts by cip060
Registered User
hello it listens kindly you could answer to me using reloadable batteries the voltage total e' of 4.8 V if use 5 element A batteries total 6V (also more) risk than to burn all?
Old Dec 31, 2008, 09:35 AM
Dez82 is offline
Find More Posts by Dez82
Registered User
Dez82's Avatar
Quote:
Originally Posted by cip060
this is my new gift

HA HA HA HA ROFL LMAO HA HA HA.

Treaded tyres, external fork springs are just silly details that ruin the look, but it was the little wheels just made me blow cola down my nose! Hilarious!
Old Dec 31, 2008, 10:22 AM
cip060 is offline
Find More Posts by cip060
Registered User
the wheels can be removed obviously! and however for 20 euros e' a funny toy obviously has need of some modification l' system radius originates them and an electronic regolator from airplane and a microservant
Old Dec 31, 2008, 10:42 AM
cip060 is offline
Find More Posts by cip060
Registered User







Old Dec 31, 2008, 10:19 PM
Nexzzt is offline
Find More Posts by Nexzzt
Registered User
Nexzzt's Avatar
I love the TX!!
Old Jan 01, 2009, 05:21 AM
Dez82 is offline
Find More Posts by Dez82
Registered User
Dez82's Avatar
Oh that is just the icing on the cake..... handle bar tranny..... oh my face hurts.....
Old Jan 01, 2009, 11:12 AM
Toyranosaur is offline
Find More Posts by Toyranosaur
CNC Tweaker
Toyranosaur's Avatar
........IT'S KILLING ME! (Get it? The old joke "Does your face hurt? 'Cause it's killing me?" No? Ah well...) That bike is amusing, seems it'd be a great shelf queen as part of a collection. Don't take me wrong Cip! Not down-talking your bike, I have quite a few that are not really great for running but look great in my collection. Chris
Old Jan 01, 2009, 12:18 PM
cip060 is offline
Find More Posts by cip060
Registered User
for what it costs not e' ducati silverlit or ferrari but since it cost little I imagined that it was little piu' of a toy! us sto' working in order to arrange the things that do not go well! not e' own to throw 20 km/h!
Old Jan 04, 2009, 05:34 AM
RECKRACING is offline
Find More Posts by RECKRACING
Registered User
I'm sure you can enjoy this bike with a lot of modification (unfortunately) but still it can perform like a true hobbygrade bike which I did with my Suzuki version. I'l try to find the video that I took before so everyone could see its got potential.
Old Jan 04, 2009, 06:03 AM
cip060 is offline
Find More Posts by cip060
Registered User
you have made of the video? I find where them? you put some photo of your modifications thanks! regarding the batteries? I can put a package batteries 5 elements? without to burn esc it originates them?
Old Jan 04, 2009, 07:21 AM
RECKRACING is offline
Find More Posts by RECKRACING
Registered User
I will try to find the video and post some pictures for you, and yes you can use 5 AA batteries, that would be 6 volts for the motor, Im not sure about the electronics if they can handle 6 volts, In my upgrade, I removed all the electronics and used a small receiver, speed control that will fit inside the bike, and a hitec micro servo. The most important modification you should do is to the front end of the bike, you will see it in my next post.


Thread Tools