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Don't bother using the steering to turn, the wheelbase is so short it's pointless and quite unstable... instead just lean to turn. I find that if you lean forward just a little it tends to be more comfortable and stable to ride.

As for stunting, I wouldn't do too much as these things don't have any shocks and wheelies can be looped faster than a startled newbie on a turbo'd Hayabusa.

Let's see some pics!
 

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As for stunting, I wouldn't do too much as these things don't have any shocks and wheelies can be looped faster than a startled newbie on a turbo'd Hayabusa.

Let's see some pics!
the bike should be arriving in 2 weeks i just got it off of ebay I dont even know the brand but it has a turbo and that is nice.
Is there a steering stablizer small enough to fit these little buggers?

a newbie on a turbo'd hayabusa...what in south florida every rich 16 yr old thinks 'busas are starter bikes, Thank You Charles Darwin.

Pics will come the day the bike does I have a kick ass hurricane to take pics of first.
 

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Mr. Lesbian said:
Don't bother using the steering to turn, the wheelbase is so short it's pointless and quite unstable... instead just lean to turn. I find that if you lean forward just a little it tends to be more comfortable and stable to ride.

As for stunting, I wouldn't do too much as these things don't have any shocks and wheelies can be looped faster than a startled newbie on a turbo'd Hayabusa.

Let's see some pics!
you can use the steering to turn but you gotta use baby steps (it saved my ass on a few lowsides..) and they can be stunted... just gotta find the balance point...

ill post up some stunt pics on a new thread...
 
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