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Old 01-22-2010, 09:00 AM   #1
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Ok.. I'm a noob to the stunting thing. I wanted to ask wha is the best way to learn to do a wheelie....
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to start off slow and feel the flow just stay in first and throttle it up high but not to fast just enough to start feeling the front come off the ground and then just get use to that for a while. Then once that’s easy for you then slipping the clutch would be the next step in second. There's alot of ways that everyone does it but you just need to find the right one that make you feel comfortable.
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to start off slow and feel the flow just stay in first and throttle it up high but not to fast just enough to start feeling the front come off the ground and then just get use to that for a while. Then once thatís easy for you then slipping the clutch would be the next step in second. There's alot of ways that everyone does it but you just need to find the right one that make you feel comfortable.
..... and save up for fork seals + labor.
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here is goes again haha..

and so comes the famous quote, " get a 50, learn back brake control, transfer to the big bike"
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How willl you know if you need new fork seals?
if you have fork oil dripping down your fork tubes.. If the fork oil get on your brake pads they are toast and you need new pads.
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here is goes again haha..

and so comes the famous quote, " get a 50, learn back brake control, transfer to the big bike"
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if you have fork oil dripping down your fork tubes.. If the fork oil get on your brake pads they are toast and you need new pads.
dam!!!! really, i got look out of that

does any body know how many teeth to use for the rear sprocket?
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dam!!!! really, i got look out of that

does any body know how many teeth to use for the rear sprocket?
you can wheelie just fine with stock sprockets.. probably better to learn on stock becuase if you throw a huge rear sprocket on that bike, it's gonna make that throttle feel really touchy. I don't think you want that when your learning.
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Theres a difference between Stunting and doing a wheelie correct? Kind of like a Square is a Rectangle but a Rectangle is not a Square.
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you can wheelie just fine with stock sprockets.. probably better to learn on stock becuase if you throw a huge rear sprocket on that bike, it's gonna make that throttle feel really touchy. I don't think you want that when your learning.
yeah i dont really want ot strunt too hard, just some strait wheelies and for distance. im getting it up pretty well already just cant keep it up

not for very long any ways

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yeah i dont really want ot strunt too hard, just some strait wheelies and for distance. im getting it up pretty well already just cant keep it up

not for very long any ways

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Are you running out of gear or it wont pop up high enough??
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well look here man. you dont have to learn brake control on a 50. you can learn it on a big bike and you dont even need brake control on a big bike to do a balanced wheelie. but the first time you mess up doing 90 mph in a power wheelie and try and dip back and slow down and you dont know how to hit the back brake and save it or hit the brake and actually control the wheelie. its gunna hurt. cause you just looped at 90
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