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Old 06-30-2010, 08:01 PM   #21
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i learned 2 finger HB/clutch on a xr80 then had no problem on my stunter with it..
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Old 06-30-2010, 08:04 PM   #22
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I can wheelie and staggard a TTR125 all day long but not so much on my gsxr
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I can wheelie and staggard a TTR125 all day long but not so much on my gsxr
gsxrs have a HIGH BP. that was my most recent stunter, fun and sooooo smooth but high balance point!
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Old 06-30-2010, 08:11 PM   #24
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by boss do you mean wife? just joking....
the 110's fun as and awesome to learn on as well
yep, the wife! If i were the boss, I'd already have a fifty. Even if I had to eat Ramen for a couple weeks!
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gsxrs have a HIGH BP. that was my most recent stunter, fun and sooooo smooth but high balance point!
Yup, I learned on gsxrs... my 03 gsxr 1000 was almost striaght up on highway wheelies.
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Old 06-30-2010, 09:07 PM   #26
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see i couldn't do that to start with! I am too affraid to fck me and my bike up!
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well I rode highway wheelies for a year before i ever touched a 50.. I actually sold my f4i and got a 50.. but you learn to balance, use the brake, and get comfy on BP with a 50... Much better busting it on a 50 rather than trashing your nice minty r1 IMO
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Old 06-30-2010, 09:28 PM   #28
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well I rode highway wheelies for a year before i ever touched a 50.. I actually sold my f4i and got a 50.. but you learn to balance, use the brake, and get comfy on BP with a 50... Much better busting it on a 50 rather than trashing your nice minty r1 IMO
Balance point in a 50, and balance point on an r1 feel totaly different, but deffinately help alot with the back break... Before I would just use engine brake, but I've deffinately saved a couple by learning back brake on a 50.
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see i couldn't do that to start with! I am too affraid to fck me and my bike up!
I have this problem.
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compress the front suspension alittle by choping the throttle and then full throttle it back. that should help u get it on one wheel.
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wheelies arent the easiest thing to learn

Until you learn the brake and balance techniques you risk serious injury when riding on streets, high ways, and other straight line goodies and uncontroled locations.

Warning! The actions depicted on this web site are unbelievably dangerous. stunter 13 is a professional and experienced rider. Do not attempt to duplicate any stunts that are beyond your own capabilities. Always use discretion and wear the appropriate safety gear!



i copy and pasted a bunch of this ^^ but it sounds professional, allot of people claim to be wheelie kings but fail in the act almost 99.9% of the time so just chill and take your time if your seriously tryin to learn a dangerous skill be smart and start from the bottom and make your way up.
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Old 06-30-2010, 11:26 PM   #33
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Until you learn the brake and balance techniques you risk serious injury when riding on streets, high ways, and other straight line goodies and uncontroled locations.

Warning! The actions depicted on this web site are unbelievably dangerous. stunter 13 is a professional and experienced rider. Do not attempt to duplicate any stunts that are beyond your own capabilities. Always use discretion and wear the appropriate safety gear!



i copy and pasted a bunch of this ^^ but it sounds professional, allot of people claim to be wheelie kings but fail in the act almost 99.9% of the time so just chill and take your time if your seriously tryin to learn a dangerous skill be smart and start from the bottom and make your way up.
Excellent advice right here!!!
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Old 06-30-2010, 11:46 PM   #34
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lol @ not being able to get it up on a 1000
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Old 07-01-2010, 12:11 AM   #35
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lol @ not being able to get it up on a 1000
It's kinda like not being able to get it up to your avatar
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Old 07-01-2010, 12:23 AM   #36
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just goose it a few times to preload the suspension and then nail that and it will come up i did that in the beginning with my busa now i clutch it up or just power it up just gotta figure out where the best rpms are for ur bike
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oh wow, new avatar!!! Didnt notice that. Thanks
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oh wow, new avatar!!! Didnt notice that. Thanks
well some stupid admin thinking he'd be funny changed my avatar to an actual picture of me without my consent. Kinda up if you ask me and now I dont have that old avatar picture anymore.
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Old 07-01-2010, 11:00 AM   #39
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all these posts about not getin up a 1000 bla bla, they most likely are pow powing stay away from powpows they are more dangerous than a loaded gun . bouncing the front end works but should only be used like in 3rd 4th gear and higher gears on long roads to hold them really long,but you have to learn how to wheelie first.thats like diving 20ft when you cant even swim.
wheelies on a 100 750 600 its all the same to me they all kick hard,

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too many face palms. i dont even wanna give advice. dont wanna get sued lol
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