At my house my track is being redesigned but it still has some jumps that are meant for small minibikes. One section has a single going right into two more singles. the gap between the last two singles is about 30 to 35 feet. I think I can clear it if I seat bounce but i think I am not doing it right. it could be that my bike doesn't have enough torque.
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Re: seat bouncing. does it really work?
You bike has plenty power for seat bouncing in fact under certain conditions you can seat bounce with the throttle completely off. Ok so to start don't try it on your double find a little bump or hill that you can catch some minor air on in first gear, that doesn't have too steep of a face. Use first gear, get your rpms right in the best power range, as you approach the bump stay seated right in the middle, right when you hit the face pin it wide open, the bike will throw you off the seat and you'll catch air. Now this part might seem weird, but the farther back you sit the more forward it'll throw ya in the air and sitting more forward throws you straight up and the bike gets nose high. Practice your way up through the higher gears. Experiment have fun and BE CAREFUL! ,,,
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The power seat in the truck has 3 motors, one of them is not working, the most common cause of this is the power seat switch is defective, it is often the forward and reverse seat positioning switch that fails because it is the one that is most used. If the switch checks ok then you will need to replace the the power seat track assembly, Ford does not sell any parts for the track, it is only available as one complete unit, I know this because i retired form a Ford dealer. Please rate my help for Fixya. Thanks
This will happen if one side has jumped the running track. this will happen in this case. On most set ups, the motors will be on each side of the track and, if one side starts to malfunction or, jump the track, it will create this situation you have here.
You can correct this by extracting the seat and resetting the track and running assembly.
Hmm, perhaps you are not holding down the jump button to jump higher?
Also if you run (press and hold the Y button) and jump you can gain more distance though its much harder this way when running over small platforms. (I enjoy myself personally)
Another tip for higher jumps is to use Mario's triple jump. You jump once then hit jump again right when you hit the ground and then do a third one for a full summersault jump up in the air. This is better for later parts of the game and isn't really all that needed to beat the game, but its very fun.
Another tip is the purple/pink bouncy mushrooms all around stage 1-5. You can jump higher off them if you hit the jump button right when you land on one. Though I'd suggest holding the run/fire button (Y by default) to move a little faster when bouncing all around. It can be a little harder but can help when you need to really move as you loose a little speed when bouncing on those mushrooms.
I hope that helps you out some. Remember to keep trying, practice makes perfect, and shouldn't be too hard to master.
Yes. You can record the midi output to a track using bounce mode.
With you midi (or smf) file loaded into the midi tone generator,
press shift-bounce to enter bounce mode. Then arm a track for recording. Turn the fader up for that track, the master fader and the fader for the midi tone generator. Make sure than all other track faders are down or the tracks are muted (or empty) and press play and record. The midi song will be recorded to the track in real time. Just press 'stop' when done and exit bounce mode (by pressing the bounce button again).
All new VCR's are auto tracking however, you should be able to manually track it using your remote, or there are a few reasons that the auto track can fail, the tape may have worn or ragged edges which means that the control head cannot get a clean reading, the control head may itself need cleaning or the tape path requires adjustments, adjusting the guides really needs to be done by a technician as a reference tape is used, or that the heads are low and a good video signal cannot be obtained to gain a reference point....Phil
First focus on making sure that the seat is appropriate for your child and has done well in crash tests. Car seats are meant to fit in just about every car although if you have a small backseat you may just need to squish it in more. The type of car you have really shouldnt matter
I found a fix in another thread. I tried it last night, and it worked. Nothing was broken; a moving plastic piece had just jumped out of its track. Here's the fix:
1. Remove the cover (2 screws on each side & 3 in the back).
2. Find a small white arm (more or less cylindrical, about 1" diameter, & about 3/4" long) and a longer (4-5"?) thin black arm in the center of the unit. These parts load/unload CDs to/from the playing area. You should see that a little knob on the white piece has jumped out of its track in the black piece.
3. Carefully put the knob on the white piece back in its track in the black piece. That should do it.