Rix wrote:[e]I will need spare parts where can I find them?
I contacted both Suntour North America and Suntour Taiwan for replacement crank arms. Taiwan referred me to contact North America. I never was able to do this. I ultimately purchased crank arms through Stealth. I wonder if maybe contacting them for transmission parts would be the way to go? I will find out.[/quote]
Rix if you can get Stealth to ship spare parts for Vboxx this would be a really big deal for DIY guys like me and others here on the forum.
I for sure will need a new gasket on the right side cover.
Please keep me updated if you have any news about this :[/
Sure will do Grande Allesagio! Today is Saturday in Australia. I should have an answer by Sunday late afternoon US West Coast time.[/quote]
Haven't forgot about this.
So, I’ve owned the b52 for around 40 days and was almost ready to sell it because I thought it was boring, then I decided to try it in off-road mode, words cannot describe the feeling I get, now my question is how does the b52 perform in sand? I’ve noticing when turning I would fall of the bike
Sweet, its completely different machine when in off road mode. As far as sand goes, turn while on the throttle and weight shifted towards the rear. Sand riding takes alot of power, not sure the Bomber with a rider more than 120# pounds will have enough power to ride in sand very well. My 2015 CRF250L was modded and put out about 30HP, if I was in any gear taller than 2nd, it would bog down to stall in the sand. Don't be surprised a 8HP isn't enough power for sand riding. As far as voiding the warranty, I like ST35326 said, Stealth did put out a while back (2012-2013) not to ride these bikes in the sand after CD burned up his stater. All newer model Stealth Bombers, Fighters, and Hurricanes, have motor and controller thermo management. I don't thing anyone can burn up a controller or motor now because thermo managment will engage and knock power back to 1500 watts or so.