Dont do it....ok, do it
Join Date: Dec 2006
Bike: 50th Anniversary R6
Re: Throttle blip when shifting - do u do it?
All your trying to do is match engine speed to the speed of the rear wheel. When you get squirley (besides cold tires and road conditions)its cuz your engine speed is different than your rear wheel. So blipping the throttle brings up the RPM's, matches your rear wheel and you start to decelerate. Doing it correctly, you really shouldnt notice any chatter or anything to upset the rear wheel. Practice that, than brake while blipping the throttle. Same technique, just apply some front brake pressure.
A couple of my friends and the sweet twisty road we used to hit every weekend in Central Cali...
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