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Quote from: geofanatec on May 16, 2017, 07:44:59 PM
I am really struggling with how online is so broken? Here we are in another series, many people online, running with both deform and collisions on and having a ton a fun!
Sure, it has it's problems and limitations, but it doesn't mean it can't be fun and have good racing
Unless of course, your a snob and can't play anything that isn't 100% perfect.
Quote from: GDUBMX on May 16, 2017, 06:05:36 PMQuote from: Rhyveeo on May 16, 2017, 05:31:43 PM
Why the fuck would i need to participate in the game? You are completely on another planet lol thanks for the game btw
And why would i play online it's broken af and if only i could tell you how many hours i got in offline you would be amazed lol you have no idea how often i play this game
PS: don't get salty ne
Please Rhyveeo do us all a favour now mate and **** off. honestly you are too immature and snarky for this forum, you provide ZERO constructive advice and just take take take. No one will miss you im afraid and im sure you wont miss this forum. In my 3 years of this game i have NEVER seen you play online... So why stick around are blag what you can and shit talk someones hard work all the time? Honestly bugs the shit out of me
Quote from: Asdrael on May 15, 2017, 01:21:24 AM
I'll be the nice guy.
A used (mx (2stroke)) bike is like a horse. Check its teeth.
I'm not even kidding. The state of the chain kit tells a lot about how the bike was maintained. Air filter as well. Sparkplug. Oil runing alongside the lower fork means busted joints and a badly maintained bike. Fork, clutch and throttle travel should be smooth. Runing oil around important joints is also a bad sign (clutch casing for example).
All of this you can check without even turning the bike on, and looking at those components you can tell how the bike is going to be like.
On the other hand, a pipe with a couple of minor digs is nothing to be afraid off. A bent (aka not aligned) lower frame means the bike had at least one heavy crash, and should be double checked.
Compress the engine with the kick starter WITHOUT trying to start it to gauge compression. Then start it. Smell and color of exhaust tells a lot. A 2 stroke will shake harder than your didlo but it's a smooth, regular and "noiseless" shaking. No moving parts outside of the engine.
If you have no idea what I'm on about, get someone to come with you or get the bike from a reknown dealer. A lot of them are "authorized" and know their shit.
Quote from: TFC on May 14, 2017, 11:01:08 AM
I don't really get anything that's been said in this thread so far, but Rhyveeo your attitude continues to bug me
Quote from: derbi on March 27, 2017, 07:36:35 PM
I had gopro video too but i think i deleted that.
Quote from: derbi on March 26, 2017, 09:40:38 AM
I had stock Derbi It was fast enough to beat 1 70cc yamaha