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Holy cow, is that a leak underneath the final drive?

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That appears to all be computer generated. Nice concept, but still vaporware at this point.

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How do you steer it?


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How do you steer it?
What were the pedals for?

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How do you steer it?
The video shows handlebars on it, so I'm assuming with them.


[QUOTE-jayjacobson]What were the pedals for? [img]images/smilies/confused.gif[/img] [img]images/smilies/biggrin.gif[/img] [/QUOTE]

I didn't see pedals. I tihnk the posts coming back from the center "sprocket" looking thing are the computer designer's idea of footpegs. just without the pointing out bit that's important for things like, well, feet.

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....I didn't see pedals. I tihnk the posts coming back from the center "sprocket" looking thing are the computer designer's idea of footpegs. just without the pointing out bit that's important for things like, well, feet.
I see. I thought maybe in case the final drive....

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Front, or rear?

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