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Old 10-22-2009, 04:29 PM   #1
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I've been wanting to get a stunt bike for along tym now but I don't even know where to begin as far as, which model, engine size, ect. Is best. Any good educated advise on which stunt bike would greatly be appreciated. And no I don't wana chop up my 6ixxer cause there's no reason f*ing up a perfectly good bike that I'm still making payments on. Like I said before any good advise would greatly help.
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Looking to spend around 4k for a virgin none stunted bike, I forgot to add that in eairlier.
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Old 10-22-2009, 04:33 PM   #3
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sounds like you need to spend a little bit of cash on a crf 50 or crf 70 and learn on that...
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Old 10-22-2009, 04:58 PM   #6
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That's funny u said that "about the fiddy" I was jus looking at buying one of those right now. Just wondering why a 636. If any1 has any imput please specify what bike and why cause I'm ignent (ignorant) when it comes to this.
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here's a serious answer, be smart and learn on a small bike, doesnt have to be a phifty but it's the smallest bike to learn on that still feels real, get a small xr/crf 50, learn the basics as in back brake control, throttle control and body language, once you get that mastered sell the crf 50 for what you paid for it(they hold there value) then put the money towards a f4i to learn on, the f4i is a stronger bike and tons of parts including stunt parts for cheap...depending on where you live, if you get a 50 and are serious about stunt riding i'll help you out
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it is said that there is a ladder you have to climb in the stunt game,at the bottom is the 50 n such dirt bikes wich will teach you back brake technics.
from there mabe an f4i. The infamous 636's are good for stunting but i tink only after you actualy know how to use it.
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ill toss the f4i i got fully set up and street legal for 2300 bucks.
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here's a serious answer, be smart and learn on a small bike, doesnt have to be a phifty but it's the smallest bike to learn on that still feels real, get a small xr/crf 50, learn the basics as in back brake control, throttle control and body language, once you get that mastered sell the crf 50 for what you paid for it(they hold there value) then put the money towards a f4i to learn on, the f4i is a stronger bike and tons of parts including stunt parts for cheap...depending on where you live, if you get a 50 and are serious about stunt riding i'll help you out
+1 an f4i and 636 are the ONLY bike worth stunting, the rest have too many problems weak/available parts ect...but like anthony says, you're money/time ahead learning on a 50. when you master a 50 (safely) you'll have all the concepts and principles down to apply toward a big bike, i wish i would've. i had to learn everything the hard way
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+1 an f4i and 636 are the ONLY bike worth stunting, the rest have too many problems weak/available parts ect...but like anthony says, you're money/time ahead learning on a 50. when you master a 50 (safely) you'll have all the concepts and principles down to apply toward a big bike, i wish i would've. i had to learn everything the hard way
it's ok i learned the hard way too, i now just try to pass on some knowledge and tips but not everyone thinks im telling the truth here...
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Thanks for the great advise, I'm really good at freestyle bmx but I know a bike with an engien is a whole nother story. I can do a load of stunts on bmx that I've tried on my 6ixxer but were very unsucessfull. Looks like I know where 2 start now. Now its just convincing my wife that I need yet another toy. (Wish me luck!)
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heres what i did to my 05 gsxr600, one of the best bikes to stunt with besdes the honda f4i. gggg489 1
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klx125. when you can clutch it in 3rd and ride it as far as you want then get an f4i or 636
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you can stunt anything. but the most common learner is and f4i.
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