Just for fun, get behind the radio and find out what it takes to get GEICO Powersports Honda's Justin Barcia around the Honda track in a hurry on a 450.
10/12/2010 5:47 AM
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10/12/2010 3:04 PM
Cody, the guy with the remote hit another button and made the numbers disappear.
There was a thread about this in the forum, and like I explained there, they were experimenting with clamps and suspension. When they were using the aftermarket clamps, it had a Cycra plate on there. When they went to the stock clamps, it was a stock number plate with no numbers. That clip slipped in there, so blame it on the editor (me).
10/12/2010 1:57 PM
Wild thang. I noticed the numbers too. Wonder if they were playing with some parts to do with the steering angle or damper or maybe CDI.
I think the front end was off the bike at the beginning of the vid when the RC truck comes out too. Probably half way through shooting.
10/12/2010 12:51 PM
through out the whole video, the number 17 is on the front number plate, but around 1:58, the numbers disappear.. trick of the light, or is it not one straight lap?
10/12/2010 7:54 AM
Electrics are a ton better then nitros, faster, no tuning, plug and play, easier.
Ill give it to you, nitros smell and sound better though!
10/12/2010 6:51 AM
Justin divides his RC time between a Team Associated buggy and SC10. Electric's a lot easier to travel with than Nitro.
10/12/2010 6:47 AM
I love the RC reference, but why is that guy ripping a short course truck out there instead of an 1/8th scale nitro!!