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Old 04-04-2006, 03:39 PM   #1
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i just got a race take-off put on my bike (pirelli supercorsa)...its great at turning and stuff but it doesnt let my bike go up that easy anymore...any suggestions?
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Old 04-04-2006, 03:42 PM   #2
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Old 04-04-2006, 03:47 PM   #3
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i just got a race take-off put on my bike (pirelli supercorsa)...its great at turning and stuff but it doesnt let my bike go up that easy anymore...any suggestions?
let some air out. Race take-offs usually suck for the rear. They're good on the front though....for endoes.
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Old 04-04-2006, 03:55 PM   #4
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yea for my next set im just gonna get a set of brand new pilot powers...and i did let some air out of my rear tire...its like 30-32 lbs right now
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Race take-offs usually suck for the rear. They're good on the front though....for endoes.
..... hommie thats all I use and I hook up like no other brother
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I use pilot powers but they are a little over kill for stunting....
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yea for my next set im just gonna get a set of brand new pilot powers...and i did let some air out of my rear tire...its like 30-32 lbs right now
go down to like 20 - 25lbs
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yea for my next set im just gonna get a set of brand new pilot powers...and i did let some air out of my rear tire...its like 30-32 lbs right now
what do you normaly keep it at?
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it was like at 36 before that...i didnt know if 25 was too low...what should the front tire pressure be at?
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Well it really depends on the tire but normally somewhere between 28-32 I run my powers at 30 in the front. 20-25 in the back....But be cationed they will where out really really fast like this...But o well you gotta pay to play!
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i just got a race take-off put on my bike (pirelli supercorsa)...its great at turning and stuff but it doesnt let my bike go up that easy anymore...any suggestions?

there great tires sounds like your not trying hard enough!!!!! Clutch that thing up in first gear it will come up for sure........
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Old 04-05-2006, 05:37 PM   #12
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well the thing is that after i put it on i cant pick up the bike and ride it in 2nd anymore..feels kinda lazy and stuff
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Old 04-05-2006, 05:54 PM   #13
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lol that makes no since dude....Just clutch her up i dont see the problem i meen do you think the tires have robbed 20hp from you or something....I serioulsy dout your spinning after those tires have wormed up a little so its all rider buddy..
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yeah, they hook up but they suck for circles......but I guess you wouldn't know about that! just playin, Nate

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Hey Nate what i think he meant to say is that you cant stand on top of your headlight with take offs remember he's old gets circles and watchtowers mixed up sometimes
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Hey Nate what i think he meant to say is that you cant stand on top of your headlight with take offs remember he's old gets circles and watchtowers mixed up sometimes

hahaha!!! Yeah his CRS is kickin in
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