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1/6 Dragon Motorcycle/Sidecar

Post by blythmags » Fri May 29, 2009 8:21 am

Hi everyone....

I have just purchased a 1/6 German motorcycle and sidecar combination and wonder whether anyone has completed the rc conversion to this model ?. I have already contacted a guy on another site (Paydan) who has in the past, completed this conversion, but would very much appreciate if anyone could steer me in the right direction in terms of the particular motor/steering linkage etc, etc, I would need to undertake a satisfactory conversion together with any hints/tips etc ?.

Many thanks in anticipation of your assistance.. :)

Best wishes

John

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Re: 1/6 Dragon Motorcycle/Sidecar

Post by blythmags » Sat Jun 20, 2009 9:07 pm

Hi everyone

Can I take it that no one has converted a 1/6 Dragon German motorcyle and sidecar to r/c ?

I'm, simply after some advice on how to set up the servo/steering system given such a relatively small working space.

Thanks guys....

John

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Re: 1/6 Dragon Motorcycle/Sidecar

Post by Humpy » Mon Jun 22, 2009 10:42 am

John,

Jim Cusworth has, try dropping him a PM.

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Re: 1/6 Dragon Motorcycle/Sidecar

Post by blythmags » Mon Jun 22, 2009 8:06 pm

Humpy wrote:John,

Jim Cusworth has, try dropping him a PM.

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Hi Humpy............

Many thanks. I've dropped Jim a pm as suggested

Best wishes

John

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