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2016 Suzuki GSX-RR 1:8 Racing RC MotoGP Version 2

by wildcardfox Jul 15, 2017
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This is kind of a neat design exercise.

May I suggest a Britten V100?
That bike is stunning.

Thank you! That's a pretty badass bike. I might look into that for a future project.

-Brett

Awesome job Brett!!

hello, your bike and very well done, the top would be to fly in fpv. nice work, good luck

Sorry but, I have a second question, how does the drivetrain works?
the hole of the spur gear adapter is 8,5mm, but the bearing and the tooth gear have 8mm...
how is the fixing between tooth gear and spur gear/spur gear adapter?

-Udo

It just snaps in. Try to put it together. I know that you are looking at the sizing, and I cannot tell you off the top of my head why those dimensions, it was a long time ago, but I know it works, so give it a try. Adapter snaps into the spur gear, then you press the 14T gear into the adapter and the bearing onto the other side.

at first greate work!!!!

at the moment I print the parts and buy the needed things. Now I came to the belt and I am not sure what is right:
in the part list is mentioned a 228-3M belt but on one picture on side 24 of the instructions I can see the marking on the belt is 270-3M?
could you please check what is the right one before I order. Thanks

Sorry was out of town. Use the 270-3M and adjust the manual.

-Brett

Do you have a rear rim stl file or is the rim in the front and rear equal

The rear wheel is a gyroscope that is sourced from AsiaTees.com. In the parts lists there is a link for it. Here's a direct link to it https://www.asiatees.com/display?X-Rider-Mars-Parts-Hop-Ups-Upgrades&brand=X-Rider&model=Mars&id=139562&pid=1

Can I use parts from the x rider mars? Like the front fork, the belt ecc.

You can use, front and rear wheels, front hub, front fork, rear shock (I believe, may need to adapt it because the shock in the bike is a 55mm shock), and some of the screws. The belt an pulleys cannot be used.

Hi, it is a really impressive job

I am trying to do the byke but i have one problem. In the things files are the all the parts to make de rear wheel?. If there aren't can you pass the external measures?

Thanks

The rear wheel is a gyroscope that is sourced from AsiaTees.com. In the parts lists there is a link for it. Here's a direct link to it https://www.asiatees.com/display?X-Rider-Mars-Parts-Hop-Ups-Upgrades&brand=X-Rider&model=Mars&id=139562&pid=1

thank you very much for the web.
I have ordered one gyro rear wheel, the tyre and front suspension.

Thanks.

hi, i have printed the first parts and i missed the platu under the Lipo ??
I can not find it as STL file ?? Also i have problems to see how the inner parts between the frame side left and right should be mounted. How does the damper is mounted, and which screws came in the port you called servo holder ??
Thanks for your help. Or is it better to contact via email ? i can not find the adress.

best of the best, sir !!

thanks, old chap!

Sorry (I'm from Germany) I mean if it's really necessary to have this little plate, or if the normal version with the fix wheel is also good.....
One other question : I will use the polymake filament. Is it stiff enough ?

No worries. I have Germany ancestry (just dropping that cus Yeah Germany!).

The rear assembly is a 2-part unit. The main unit and the adjustable bracket. The reason behind that is to allow it to have an adjustable camber point. Since were not dealing with carbon fiber or metal, but instead plastic, there is a chance that when the belt is added, it might kick things out. This deflection all depends on the material and infill setting. But to account for any issues that anyone might confront I added an adjustable camber so that it can be adjusted. If you have no deflection then just set it to 0, if you need to then move it to the positive or the negative.

Bikes are super finicky. They need to be perfect or they will not work, so I adjusted for all contingencies so that you can make sure you end up with a bike that can be driven.

Never used Polymaker filament, but as long as the filament gives a rigid part (pla, abs, petg, etc.) and your infill is 100% then you'll be fine. The bike will crash, and all parts are built to be robust. I've crashed it a ton of times and the only parts that ever broke were parts that I forgot to change the infill to 100%, so its essential to make all of the parts solid.

Very good job. On some pictures we see the tear swingarm without that plate to adjust the angle of the rear wheel, but I can't find the STL of that ?
Is it easy to ride WITHOUT Gyro ?

Thanks. Just looked, the plate for the swing arm adjustment is there... it's labeled "swing_arm_adjustable.stl". I designed the bike and the balance with RC motorcycle designers so the balance and weights are right. I use a gyro because I'm new to RC motorcycles and for me it's much easier, but it will be able to work without the gyro, just much harder if you are a newbie.

looks really cool. maybe add a belt tensioner if possible

Wow fantástic beautifull...very very good, i have 1.8 kyosho and 1.5 thunder tiger...
Great work.

Thanks. I have the Kyosho and a Mars 1:8, and lots of time studying the GPV-1 which helped me understand RC bikes. Super hard to design versus cars. Took me lots of tries to finally get it right.