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07-05-2009 03:57 PM
TURBO
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It did hurt with my suspension being effed up and no cut out in the seatbases.
now my shocks are good and I have the cut-outs, but I'll still leave the compresed backs to you guys. I'm slow and don't jump far
you are a mad man dunner not alot of people can stay up with you in the lead after this I think my last jump will be the glamas canal .. then i to will just be a dunner
07-05-2009 03:30 PM
max powers
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arnt you the guy that dont jump....you say it hurts too much
It did hurt with my suspension being effed up and no cut out in the seatbases.
now my shocks are good and I have the cut-outs, but I'll still leave the compresed backs to you guys. I'm slow and don't jump far
07-05-2009 03:17 PM
TURBO
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or talent
arnt you the guy that dont jump....you say it hurts too much
07-05-2009 02:33 PM
poflo
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rear bumper with 5 lbr of lead works for me ...no bed delet and it good or a ice chest with a 12 pack works ....till you run out of beer
Is that beer cans hitting me in the head when Im chasing you guys ..I just talked to Sandnu; he said you guys had some pretty good rides; Said he made a ton of passes up the IDIOT HILL sat night..dodging beer cans .Sorry for the hi-jack;couldnt resist
07-05-2009 02:32 PM
max powers
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rear bumper with 5 lbr of lead works for me ...no bed delet and it good or a ice chest with a 12 pack works ....till you run out of beer
or talent
07-05-2009 02:11 PM
TURBO rear bumper with 5 lbr of lead works for me ...no bed delet and it good or a ice chest with a 12 pack works ....till you run out of beer
07-05-2009 01:32 PM
Hapa You will want to get suspension seats with the cut out seat pans so the suspension seats will work right.
07-05-2009 01:20 PM
RuggedRadios Paging Turbo Terry to this thread.
07-05-2009 11:24 AM
Hapa The guy in the video has one good landing and if you listen he is smooth all the way through on that one run up.

Not letting off is so key, These things don't have the torq to Brapp them off a jump even if you wanted to.

My rhino will land different every time off a jump if I do different things. And it can land totally on all fours, I never was about weight management before i got my Rhino. I don't think Prestige thought I was going to jump my rhino or he would of built it different. And I doubt my rhino has a perfect 50/50 weight distribution. But I manage to land on all fours when I have to most the time.
I have pics of landing on the front two tires only and on all fours. The jump matters alot. The right jump is maybe the most important thing.
07-04-2009 11:29 PM
kodiakrhino I will give not lifting a try to see if it still bucks.

That landing was a little hard on the rhino. Did you see that they put sand bags in the back to balance the rhino out. I am curious if any one has checked to see what the weight differance between the front axle and the rear axle is on a stock rhino? I bet it is a 60% front and 40% rear.

How does everyone have there coil overs setup? I have my coil overs set at 3 in the front and 4 in the rear (1 being the lightest setting and 5 being the tightest setting). I set my rhino up for high speeds riding on rough roads.
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