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DarrenH - 10.30.04, 4:01 am Post #1: | Reply With Quote
Ok for those follow my thread on how to do wheelies ... here is how to stop doing wheelies.

While building the shockies... use the other pistons...Doh!

I did not use the part #55 and I used the other pistons (by mistake ). These have a much smaller hole for the oil to pass through. This will slow the shock action down and wont collapse the rear suspension quick enough to pull a wheelie. Now I can do wheelies

Regards

Dazz
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Kyosho V-One SII
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madfish - 11.19.04, 6:32 pm Post #2: | Reply With Quote
you must have a rtr my kit never had that prob
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DarrenH - 11.19.04, 7:11 pm Post #3: | Reply With Quote
I have the kit version, Still not doing wheelies on demand though ... I thought I had it solved but not really. It does lift easier than it used to ... but only if I am going up a slight rise and front wheels bump over something, it will then stay up as long as I keep the throttle into it.
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Kyosho V-One SII
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stevo56 - 12.03.04, 2:03 pm Post #4: | Reply With Quote
well, with my mad, to stop doing wheelies, it should start doing them first...
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ProMadForce10 - 3.22.05, 11:42 am Post #5: | Reply With Quote
i cant stay off the wheelie bar with the kit, i moved the radio box in the front more but it didnt do nothin
Curt
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tron696 - 3.22.05, 12:07 pm Post #6: | Reply With Quote
Try moving your finger forward a little bit and see if that don't help, good luck.
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BL_Force - 3.22.05, 12:34 pm Post #7: | Reply With Quote
I need to find a way to stop the endless wheelies. I think a 2" extended chassis is in order.
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sneff - 3.23.05, 12:26 pm Post #8: | Reply With Quote
The extended chassis is absolutlely the best way not to wheelie because your moving the pivot point way back and the weight doesnt transfer as easy
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shaunsmaxxx - 3.28.05, 6:15 am Post #9: | Reply With Quote
Well from my experience it doesn't matter if you extend it or make it 2 whl dr. Both of mine are wheelie machines. I run the gs.21 in 1 and the other an s.25. The s.25 truck is extended. Right now I'm fighting the diff gear battle so I've been running my stocker in 2 whl. and it still pops up and over if I hit it to hard.

Shaun
Hit it hard and watch for parts!
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