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Old 01-15-2009, 11:37 PM   #1
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Pics of my ittybittyfiddies

Here's the streetfighter/race-prepped blue one. Laugh all ya want - it's fast in the turns when I ride it. Oh. And it bounces well too.

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This one I'll be modding with some race performance parts and such to turn into a real contender. That's a gallon of water next to both bikes for size comparisons.

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Old 01-16-2009, 12:29 AM   #2
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how fast do those things go ?

they looks like fun
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37 has been my top speed so far but it seemed like it could go a lil faster. These are all stock too. I'll bet with the mods they offer on the site you could hit 50. They give diff sprockets and engine mods. I'm keeping the bigger sprockets for better acceleration out of the turns. The teeny 2 stroke doesn't have a lot of torque.
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I will take a pic of the bat bike I got sitting at the house and post up later.
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Old 01-16-2009, 05:38 PM   #7
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woo the bat bike!!!!! too bad it takes forever to start it
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Hehehe I've been collecting those giant energy drink cans. I have a few Monsters and Amps leftover. I've been testing different setups. Maybe this weekend I'll start soldering a baffle together with old beer cans and such and then tack-solder it in.
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lol awesome foxrod. i saw fox riding these at the golf course, and he was hauling. even let me take one on a lap.

gunslinger, did you just invert the forks?
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Old 01-20-2009, 04:23 PM   #10
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Bat Bike for the win. I heard it can actually idle now!
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Old 01-20-2009, 04:30 PM   #11
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Those little cags are a blast. They go wayyy too fast for not having any suspension or tire compliance. But put them on a flat parking lot, or on a slick warehouse floor, and they are incredibly fun!
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hahaha Fox..........nice battle damage on the blue mini.........soccer scars!!!!
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Hahaha! Ya the soccer scars are pretty bad. I've looped it a couple times coming too hot out of turns, too. One thing's for sure - these Cags definitely bounce and spark pretty well. It's fun to watch em take off from underneath ya.

Every time I hit the 'jumpy hill' at the course I always catch at least 3 inches of airtime on lil bloo. One time I didn't even back off and I swear I got a foot into the air. When I came down it even bounced back up and i almost lost it! If yall are into hanging on for dear life and being scared out of your wits when trying to hang on to little thing that sounds and corners like a pack of rabid squirrels, I highly recommend getting one of these. Half the thrill of racing this thing is not knowing if you're gonna crash it in the next turn or not.
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Old 01-20-2009, 08:36 PM   #14
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I've been angling for one ever since the xmas light ride, but so far the wife insists she's my only pocket rocket.

Thanks again for being so cool with my boys, by the way, they had a great time and still talk about riding motorcycles that night.

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Yay! More pics! That hay ride was fun. I'm glad your kids liked riding the bike. I get a kick out of seeing other people trying to ride these things. I wanna see someone put up a good run for my money and race me on em. Any takers? Err . I need to fix the yellow one first. I got sand in the open/dry clutch and the fkin bearings got wasted.
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i'm so tempted to get one. wonder if you could make better 'rearsets' so your feet are a bit farther back. how is the maintenance on them fox? can i take the front fairing off right when i get it? cag streetfighter 4tw
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oh yea, can you put lights on em?
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gunslinger, did you just invert the forks?
i guess 'invert' would be to flip them upside down...if you look at the pics, i just turned both fork tubes, wheel, brake & all around.
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i guess 'invert' would be to flip them upside down...if you look at the pics, i just turned both fork tubes, wheel, brake & all around.
how easy is it to 'turn' all that stuff around?
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