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ok so what tires and tire pressure is everyone using? i know this has to make a big difference?
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post #22 of 82 (permalink) Old 08-30-2009, 09:47 PM
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Check this out, its very well written:


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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
so do u rather the power ups than clutch cause i been tryen to figure which one to do i been doing power ups jus drop it at 8rpms bounce then throtle but it seems like it wont stay should i change sprokets
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so do u rather the power ups than clutch cause i been tryen to figure which one to do i been doing power ups jus drop it at 8rpms bounce then throtle but it seems like it wont stay should i change sprokets
Clutch it. Power ups are sketchy. Reason being by 8k RPM, like you said you are doing, you are more in to the power curve and the bike becomes more twitchy with throttle input. Wheelies are best controlled using the low end power. You could ride power ups and get them to BP. Though it would be a lot safer and easier to learn clutch ups and how to control them. Rear brake and throttle control will be easier to learn with clutch ups too. Find you a nice open parking lot and start slow and take it easy/slow.


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all you need to know... he will teach ^^^


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all you need to know... he will teach ^^^


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haha i like the how to. i had a 02 r6 and was learning had the clutch method down solid but i went down out in ramona and there went the bike so now im on an 08 and im workin on it. huge weight difference between the two.

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I don't stunt out of love for my bike, and pure untapped wussiness, mucho respect for guys who do, especially if you can manage it on a bike with gutless midrange like an 06+
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Im not sure if ill ever get to the point where I try. I just don't want to go flying off the back. lol

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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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air up your tire man.....it will help control it on the street

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