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    exciting invention


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    exciting invention

    Post by RoCkP on Wed Mar 25, 2009 4:48 pm

    me and my uncle,are working on making a gyro neck for motorbikes,we are starting on a dirtbike,due to the fact there is no ferring to get in the case some of you stunters dont know,a gyro allows the bike to turn 360 degrees around the front forks and handle bars,being both a bmx stunter and dirtbike rider,i have a few things i would like to blend into the motor powered end of things...the gyro for one,and also a set of pegs and see if its possible to do grinds....any ideas or feedback would be greatly appreciated
    Prez MagiXXX
    Prez MagiXXX

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    Re: exciting invention

    Post by Prez MagiXXX on Fri Mar 27, 2009 3:31 pm

    That would be CRAZY I rode freestyle bmx in the early 80's and 90's and that shit was tight! But wouldn't the forks get in the way and hit the frame also the stability of steering would be compromised greatly!!!! need to find a way around that. (but amazing idea keep working on it nothing is impossible)

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