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will it wheelie mister?

This looks like great fun. Where do I get one?

www.youtube.com/watch?v=jM27fujbiXs
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Thunder Tiger is one of the better companies that make and sell RC bikes. Here's a few links:

http://thekneeslider.com/archives/20...el-motorcycle/

http://www.acehobby.com/ace/index.htm

http://www.rcbikes.com/ttnitro.htm

I've got the Ducati 999R, myself.... but I've never been able to make it wheelie. I've crashed it up pretty good, though, and they seem to go back together well when you have to rebuild them.

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This looks like great fun. Where do I get one?

www.youtube.com/watch?v=jM27fujbiXs
Loved it!!!!!

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Here's some wheelies too...... or should I say a wheelie or two.

There's an MV in there if you look close....

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Yay! They can go in a straight line! Does the guy with that blue gixxer change his rear brake pads every time he goes for a ride? geez.

RC bikes were awesome, though! I may have to look into one of those when I get to England.

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Yay! They can go in a straight line! Does the guy with that blue gixxer change his rear brake pads every time he goes for a ride? geez.

RC bikes were awesome, though! I may have to look into one of those when I get to England.
HA!!! That rotor was GLOWING..... Not sure if pads are needed everytime.... I think they were really low....

YES!!!! The RC bikes are a must have!!!!!


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i've got a few of these

1/5 scale r1 a 1/4 scale trail bike and a 1/8 scale rg 500 gp bike
they are great fun
heres the best forum on the net very helpful http://www.rcgroups.com/motorcycles-183/

i get a lot of stuff from bruce at http://2wheelhobbies.com/ he is known as slawsonb on the forum if you have any questions
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