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I am having problems fitting my G3 gyro set to my BMX

Seems that all the parts are too small and nothing fits properly. Are there different G3's for different bikes?

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Yes bt i dont know how but there different versions for different bikes

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Hello I have a suzuki gsx750es that blew the starter relay. Does any one know if I could use one from a different bike.

as long as its same connections and cc should be no problem ! are you in uk ? MnP bike accessories in wales ! they carry lots of parts , order on line !

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Upgrade headlights

Looking on eBay, or at local auto parts shops you can often find HID kits to suit your bikes globe size. They take a bit of wiring and need a bit of room to mount the ballasts, but they make a great deal of difference if you do a lot of riding at night.
The alternative, of course, is to get a small set of driving lights fitted. I friend of mine had a set of small LED light bars fitted to the front of his KLX450 above the headlight shroud. They aren't too large, and have a small on-off switch on the handlebars linked to the headlight wiring. Best part is LED lights draw less current, and create less heat than conventional globes!
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Nov 18, 2013 | 2013 BMW G 650 GS

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Ranger 2.6 SCHWINN

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nothing on the bike is remotely right. your best bet is to take the bike into a shop and have them have a look. from what I can see you will be requiring a new derailleur most likely a hanger and a qualified mechanic to fit it properly onto your bike

Jul 05, 2013 | Cycling

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How could i use my iphone 4g to control my toy helicopter

    • 1 Remove the main rotor blades, throttle up the helicopter while holding it in your hand and twist the helicopter from side to side to determine if the gyro is working. The gyro should make the tail rotor spin faster when the helicopter twists; you will be able to hear a difference. If the gyro does not appear to be working, replace it. Some gyros have a sensitivity adjustment screw; try making small adjustments if possible.
    • 2 Check the tail rotors and see if they are connected correctly. If the tail rotor blades are not pitched correctly they will not be able to hold the helicopter still.
    • 3 Test the tail rotor motor and see if it seems strong and responsive. Brushed motors, like those commonly used to drive tail rotors, can wear out in a relatively short time. Replacing the motor may solve your problem if the gyro seems to be working.
    • 4 Check the trim on your transmitter. Ideally the trim should be in the center of the stick movement. You may need to dial in some extra right trim or you may find the trim is set too far to the left.

Jan 20, 2013 | Toys

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EB excalibur U.S. Army sky runner 3.5 channel gyro rc helicopter parts

Call EB Brands at 914 964 5200 and ask for customer service.

Feb 10, 2012 | Excalibur Electronics Toys

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Is it true that number of ways exist in order to choose the right bike size?

There is no "one true way" to decide proper bike fit. Actually there are hundreds of methods, tables, charts, computer programs, and cycling gurus, each of which claims to have the best way to determine what bike size and setup best fits you. Part of this confusion is because most ideas about proper bike fit come from experience or tradition, not scientific study. What scientific study there is on the topic, usually looks at what makes a rider fast and efficient, not necessarily comfortable. Most of the tradition and most of the scientific study comes from the bike racing community, not average recreational riders. And that's the underlying problem: riding a bike is a compromise, just like everything else in life. What makes you more comfortable on the bike mostly makes you slower. What makes you faster on the bike usually makes you less comfortable. So "proper bike fit" depends partly on your choice on that question. Do you want to go faster, or do you want to be more comfortable?

Many experienced bike riders might read those last few sentences and scoff. All their cycling heroes ride with backs perfectly flat, arms stretched out, handlebars much lower than their saddles, on very small frames. Surely this can't be uncomfortable, they ride almost every day of the year, usually several hours at a time?

It's true, these professional racers are reasonably comfortable riding in that position. But they are professional athletes, paid to be fast and get results, not to be comfortable. Their bodies have adapted to this position because they do ride several hours a day, every day, year-round. Their upper bodies don't suffer as much because their legs are pushing hard all the time, which takes weight off their arms even when quite bent over. Their body type is suited to it-very little body fat. And to put it simply, they put up with some discomfort to go faster. It is fine to look up to bike racers, but their bike fit and riding position is an unfortunate model for the rest of us to try to copy.

Dec 21, 2010 | Cycling

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Bicycle recommendations?After many many years of not owning a bike, I've decided I want to get one, not only to keep in shape, riding around town, and on trails (gravel, not hard-core off-roading), but...

I have the Cannondale T2000, best bike I have ever owned. -6TR2.html

If you have an REI store near you, they have a great bicycle shop, and carry the brand Novara, here is a little article about Novara: html?cm_re=NovaraHP*Top*Novara_Story

If the Cannondale is a little out of your price range, my second recommendation is the Novara Safari, which has a really nice handle bar configuration. y?storeId=8000&catalogId=40000008000& productId=47968753&parent_category_rn=450 0921

Both of the above recommended bicycles are considered touring bikes or hybrids. They are very comfortable and easy to use.

Whatever you decide on, make sure you get something with trigger shifting, it really makes a difference for ease of operation and unlike twist shifting, which you accidently knock your bike out of gear when you hit a small bump.

Also, make sure you get fitted for a bike at a bike shop. It makes a world of difference to have your bike properly fitted for your frame. A good bike shop will offer to fit you, then suggest you come back in a couple of weeks for adjustments and to tighten the brake cables.

This is really important, make sure you have a proper fitting helmet. My helmet saved my life. I can not tell you how important it is to have a helmet that fits properly and that each time you get on your bicycle you check the straps and make sure that your helmet is secure.

Dec 21, 2010 | Cycling

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My son is trying to fit a gyro brake system to his bmx, can you offer any instructions / diagrams on how to do this please. Thanks

Take it to a professional because it entails brake adjustment and if he wants to do tricks, it would be dangerous if they are not working properly.

Sep 16, 2010 | Cycling

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