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post #11 of 82 (permalink) Old 08-09-2008, 01:09 PM
 
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Re: How-To: Stunt

Stuntin is my passion now! I used to love the twisties but now its all about the Stunts.. as for the rolling Endos.. i got those down pretty good.. Just scoot up to the tank and squeeze the front brake until the back end is up to your desired height then let out on the brake a little to ride it farther.. or at least thats what I do..
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post #12 of 82 (permalink) Old 09-02-2008, 08:37 PM
 
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hmmm... i've been learning to power mine up... 1st gear 12k rpms... roll off and hit the throttle hard... been hopping a lot... had a couple come up pretty high but went right back down

you have to rev it to 12k to power up 1st? or do you just like it like that.
i can power up my 04 at 6.5k-7k
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my 08 r6s will power up in first at 7ish, and second round 10...thats all i have for wheelies..
the burn-out----------hold front brake, stand up as far as u can forward, put bike in first, rev to about 2 or 3 at first and slip out the clutch till the tire spins then give it more gas while still holding the front brake tight..
you can also shift gears if you want to or begin to do rolling burn outs...
they are so fun but just a waste of money....
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i been powering them up in first. i want to learn to clutch them i tried once and almost flew off the back of the bike had me scared shitless. any help?
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if your in 1st, thats not the best gear... try second gear. 35 mph. bounce and clutch should come up no problem and shouldnt be too violent. here's me 3rd gear bounce clutch. this has been awhile, I can ride em higher now and longer. Just need to get someone out to take pics...


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Stoppies:

find a nice flat piece of pavement, get going about 25-35mph, and work on grabbing a hand full of front brake when your coming to a stop, consistanly increase the front brake pressure till you feel the rear tire come off the ground

Continue this till you get your desired effect

Remember, if you think your gonna dink it and go over, let off the freakin break!!!
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Remember, if you think your gonna dink it and go over, let off the freakin break!!!

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Remember, if you think your gonna dink it and go over, let off the freakin break!!!
Funny that. An instinctive panic reaction that I've learned from riding in heavy traffic every day is grab a fist full of front break.

So I'm practising little wheelies (still reserved after I flipped it a while ago) and I'm just not giving it enough revs and I'm just not dropping the clutch fast enough. I'm sort of lifting it a foot and closing the throttle. So I get irritated with myself and drop the clutch at red line..... almost flipped. I go such a fright I floored the back break and grabbed the front.... ouch. She came down hard with front breaks locked. I almost lost a nut.
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Re: How-To: Stunt

ok so what tires and tire pressure is everyone using? i know this has to make a big difference?


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ok so what tires and tire pressure is everyone using? i know this has to make a big difference?
20 is usually what i keep them at , unless im trying to do slower wheelies and keep them at bp , i go with about 15 , but im no where near pro, so i would say just experiment with what u find works the best with her methods

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