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Old 11-29-2009, 07:05 PM   #41
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I disagree with some of you saying its not the bike. In some cases I think it is.

I've learned over the yrs that Yamaha's tend to "Duck Walk" more so than others... I think it has something to do with the weight distribution differences in some bikes compared to others. I've never tried to break down the physics of it, but having owned and stunted quite a few bikes over the yrs, I have realized some bikes tend to do this more than others...For whatever reason.
Rodeo, Mark and a few other Honda riders have told me their bikes wobble too, you just work with it and you'll smooth it out with seat time. Ive tried the brake thing and the using my knees? but its still wobbling. Somtimes its not that bad, others its enough too throw me off.
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Old 11-29-2009, 07:06 PM   #42
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Old 11-29-2009, 11:01 PM   #47
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I've felt it too. Not sure what causes it.
I think me being smoother on the throttle would help avoid it?
That's my first thought. It's a good question.

Adam, you have a stabilizer right?
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Old 11-29-2009, 11:08 PM   #49
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Old 11-29-2009, 11:14 PM   #50
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lol, well i too had the woobles its just harder for sum people to understand that their wheelies need practice,i guess its pride.Like Matt L sayd there is some bikes that arent as smooth as others but once you gat it on lock its stays there, i guess just get a little loose if your to stiff the bike isnt going to stay in one place, my 2 cents
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what i was told is that means either walking due to tire psi, road surface or not quite at balance point
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Tire PSI makes sense.
Profile also. Flatter/shorter tire = less wobble. No?
Adam your probably running 180/55's huh?
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True in my opinion every rider rides differently,also its not only during a wheelie when you get the wobbles its also after,i think javi posted this one

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on highway i run 28 psi and it works great for me! but if im anything less then 12 oclock then the faster i go it wobbles worse until i get it up a little more! becareful cause to much wobble when that front tire comes down it will get see video above lol
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thanks still working on it bout to slap that arkrapovic shorty on it gotta get past cmas got take care of kiddos first
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Yea, I seen that video before
Gotta keep the front wheel straight when you come down.
I almost been there b4 on my 636, no stabilizer,not fun.
I got my GPR set on 6of8 when I ride the 10R.
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