2016 Suzuki GSX-RR MotoGP RC Motorcycle

Prints (3)

Description

By: Brett Turnage

www.bti3dlabs.com

@3dprintRaceTech

Media: 

Motorcycle News

http://www.motorcyclenews.com/...

Motorcycle.com

http://www.motorcycle.com/mini...

3DPrint

https://3dprint.com/161285/3d-...

All3dp

https://all3dp.com/functional-...

Adafruit

https://blog.adafruit.com/2017...

The Drive 

http://www.thedrive.com/tech/6...

Le Repaire des Motards

http://www.lerepairedesmotards...

Awards:

Instructables Grand Prize in the Design Now: 3D Design Contest 2016!

Description:

Project Jibril: this project consists of two 3d printed RC motorcycles: the 2016 Ducati Draxter Concept Drag Bike RC and the 2016 Suzuki GSX-RR MotoGP RC motorcycle.

This project includes two bikes because the motorcycle world is very diverse. I hope that everyone can find one that appeals to them.

Name sake:

My friend Jibril is crazy about motorcycles, so this project was named after him as he was the inspiration for it. RC motorcycles are almost like black magic, the fact that they can ride and balance themselves is accomplished with gyroscopes (either passive or active), and kits like the Kyosho Hang on Rider brought realism by having a rider that actually moved. 

This project remakes that magic for the 3d world with two 2016 bikes that were designed not as chassis, but as the individual motorcycles with unique parts that aim to recreate the realism of the actual bike. 

Both the Ducati and Suzuki feature a 3d printed functional front fork, adjustable rear suspension, and drivetrain that translates power from gears to a belt drive system which turns the rear wheel. They stay upright by using a weighted front wheel which acts as a passive gyroscope, and both bikes have to option run either TPU 3d printed rear tires or a rubber F1 RC tires for better grip. This is just some of the beauty and engineering that went into the bikes, but in order to really make these motorcycles come to life, the rider has to move.

The Rider which is a 3d wonder in its own right. It works by having a brain, backbone, and pelvis. The brain is a super tiny ultra micro servo which is located in the head of the rider. It attaches to the backbone that is a metal rod which runs through the body and is attached to the pelvis, translating the movement of the servo. 

More than just realism, The Rider steers the bike. The lower left arm is attached to the main servo, and it moves the arm forward and backwards. This movement turns the handlebars which steers the bike. When both bike and rider are married together, you get an amazing experience of two futuristic race bikes that were never available to the public with a rider who’s sitting on the bikes in the way an actual rider would. 

This project has taken me over 5-months of work, lots of iterations, multiple different bikes, many older versions that will never be released, and months of testing. These two bikes are the result of all of that hard work. I hope you enjoy it, I hope you are inspired by it, and I hope that in turn you inspire others. 

Link to the instruction manual: 

https://drive.google.com/drive...

Download Files here: https://drive.google.com/open?...

Manual Here: https://drive.google.com/open?...

UPDATES:

All files and manual updates have been made: if you have previously downloaded, please update your files 1/31/17

one piece body parts added for easier printing without a heated bed.

new skinny wheel with tire added 

Design Files

File Size

rollover bar ver. 3 (right).stl
8.29 KB
rollover bar ver. 3 10 degree (right) .stl
9.46 KB
rollover bar ver. 3 10 degree.stl
9.46 KB
rollover bar ver. 3.stl
8.29 KB
RackMultipart20170201-14930-eix8xo.zip/main body (right) (upright).stl
212 MB
main body (left) (upright).stl
17.7 MB
front (one piece).stl
614 KB
rear fender (one piece).stl
658 KB
tank (one piece).stl
587 KB
RackMultipart20170131-14930-iud2ii.zip/main body (right).stl
212 MB
main body (left).stl
17.7 MB
roll over bar (left).stl
8.38 KB
rear seat pad.stl
17.9 KB
rear fender (for rubber tire).stl
584 KB
body frame (left).stl
161 KB
body frame (right).stl
153 KB
brace.stl
54.7 KB
foot peg (left).stl
35.4 KB
foot peg (right).stl
32.6 KB
front (left).stl
360 KB
front (right).stl
354 KB
front fender.stl
857 KB
front fork.stl
565 KB
front rim.stl
346 KB
front rotor (l).stl
0 Bytes
front rotor (r).stl
0 Bytes
front tire (suzuki).stl
731 KB
main body (left-for non rc).stl
17.7 MB
rear drive gear adapter (front).stl
97.7 KB
rear drive gear adapter.stl
53.4 KB
rear fender .stl
455 KB
rear fender (left).stl
318 KB
rear fender (right).stl
352 KB
rear rim (for rubber tire).stl
525 KB
rear rim.stl
432 KB
rear rotor.stl
0 Bytes
rear tire .stl
240 KB
retaining ring.stl
38.8 KB
roll over bar (right).stl
8.38 KB
seat (left).stl
61.8 KB
seat (right).stl
79.9 KB
servo holder.stl
209 KB
shock top .stl
34.5 KB
skinny knobby tire.stl
5.39 MB
skinny rear rim.stl
481 KB
spindle (left) .stl
368 KB
spindle (right).stl
360 KB
spur gear adapter.stl
95.8 KB
stand.stl
39.5 KB
swing arm .stl
1.58 MB
tank (left).stl
255 KB
tank (right) .stl
378 KB
lower arm (left) (Suzuki).stl
524 KB
lower arm (right).stl
527 KB
thigh (right)(outer) .stl
1.08 MB
thigh (left)(inner) .stl
527 KB
neck vertebrea.stl
63.4 KB
lower pivot.stl
47.7 KB
helmet (left).stl
408 KB
body top.stl
3.39 MB
body bottom.stl
1.26 MB
helmet (right).stl
395 KB
lower leg (left).stl
641 KB
lower leg (right).stl
643 KB
pelvis.stl
270 KB
shoulder (left).stl
1.03 MB
shoulder (right).stl
1.03 MB
thigh (left)(outer) .stl
1.07 MB
thigh (right)(inner).stl
527 KB

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