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Old 01-22-2010, 12:28 PM   #21
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Old 01-22-2010, 12:29 PM   #22
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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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Old 01-22-2010, 12:47 PM   #23
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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
+1 i use to wheelie the streets all the time ride for a mile or 2 with no back brake controll just gotta get the feeling of being at balance point and have really good throttle control but the day u loop ur gona get banged up and ur bike is gona get banged up... crashing sux
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Old 01-22-2010, 12:53 PM   #24
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Old 01-22-2010, 12:57 PM   #25
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Looks like getting a 50 is the soluion to my issue of getting those long wheelies on my zx6. so "dont" get more teeth on the procket then?

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Feels like im running out of gear
I have the same problem. It means your not balanced, but Im not confident enough in my Back Brake skills to dip it futher back. If I were to get in trouble, I don't know if I have the skills to recovery from it.

So I keep trying and trying on the 50 to hone my skills.
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Old 01-22-2010, 01:15 PM   #27
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only thing sprockets are going to do is help you go slower once you have idle down. if you aint on idle on stock sporckets dont bother buying bigger sprockets.
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Old 01-22-2010, 01:36 PM   #28
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Old 01-22-2010, 01:38 PM   #29
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Looks like getting a 50 is the soluion to my issue of getting those long wheelies on my zx6. so "dont" get more teeth on the procket then?

dont beat me!!!!
Getting a 50 will definately be a great starting point. it's cheap, fun and you won't wreck doing 75 mph. Ultimately, you can't go wrong buying a 50.
And no, i would not recommend messing with the sprockets. Leave them stock.
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riding a wheelie in a straight line is in no form stunting. Most people say they wanna learn to stunt, but will never have the time, money, drive or talent to learn highchair circles or no handed sit down coasters. Its funny since the blow up of ASI and stunt ridin in general how many people say " I am gonna be a stunter" I am in no way bashing anyone who wants to wheelie, or saying that I am a stunter, but it just cracks me up to see the explosion of people trying to get on the bandwagon. That said , wheelies are more addictive then crack.
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riding a wheelie in a straight line is in no form stunting. Most people say they wanna learn to stunt, but will never have the time, money, drive or talent to learn highchair circles or no handed sit down coasters. Its funny since the blow up of ASI and stunt ridin in general how many people say " I am gonna be a stunter" I am in no way bashing anyone who wants to wheelie, or saying that I am a stunter, but it just cracks me up to see the explosion of people trying to get on the bandwagon. That said , wheelies are more addictive then crack.
I wheelie my off but never do I claim to stunt I think everybody should be able to experience the fun of a wheelie, makes point a to b alot more fun.
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Old 01-22-2010, 02:18 PM   #33
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So, where'd the OP run off to?

I got my front wheel off the ground for the first time yesterday... twas fun.
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what tooth sproket should i use on my R1 to stunt with and still ride streets with out an issue
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riding a wheelie in a straight line is in no form stunting. Most people say they wanna learn to stunt, but will never have the time, money, drive or talent to learn highchair circles or no handed sit down coasters. Its funny since the blow up of ASI and stunt ridin in general how many people say " I am gonna be a stunter" I am in no way bashing anyone who wants to wheelie, or saying that I am a stunter, but it just cracks me up to see the explosion of people trying to get on the bandwagon. That said , wheelies are more addictive then crack.
i dont have either one of the tricks you posted
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and your post. go change some oil or somethin and pow pow
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if i can rock an r6 bone stock then u should be fine with ur stock sprockets on ur r1
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@ tomballd, i agree getting up on one wheel is the as close to stunting as i plan to get, at first i used to swear up and down that i would never wheelie.....and then i got bored one day and read a bunch of article and forums, watch some Youtube vids and just went at it. I have not looked back since now i wheelie at least 2x a day just to keep the little bit i learned fresh. when i learn to make it a good 50 to 80 yds on one wheel i should be satisfied....... i hope
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