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Old 08-08-2006, 11:44 AM   #101
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what did he do to make that happen? I hear time and time again the throttle on a liter bike is twitchy, but is it litterally that twitchy? is it just a simple drop the clutch at idle that will do that, or what needs to be done to make such a "huge" mistake
Yep, I'm wit you...I'd go out on a limb and guess clutch or throttle control (or lack thereof) may have been a major factor there...
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what did he do to make that happen? I hear time and time again the throttle on a liter bike is twitchy, but is it litterally that twitchy? is it just a simple drop the clutch at idle that will do that, or what needs to be done to make such a "huge" mistake
He cluched it up or power wheelied it and seen that he was goin 110 when the front wheel hit the ground...
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Old 08-08-2006, 11:52 AM   #103
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what did he do to make that happen? I hear time and time again the throttle on a liter bike is twitchy, but is it litterally that twitchy? is it just a simple drop the clutch at idle that will do that, or what needs to be done to make such a "huge" mistake
its twitchy cuz of the hp. lets say your throttle has 1.5" of travel..........w/ your 250 and 20?hp.......now the same travel w/ 120+ hp on tap.

that little mistake you make, will be amplified on a 1k. 6x-7x......
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yea, I understand the whole theory of throttle. the way I think of it, is two dials, you turn one to 10, the next one you turn the same distance but instead are at 20.

but litterally, if you grab nothing but throttle at a stop, it will come up? eehk, ill stick with a 600
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yea, I understand the whole theory of throttle. the way I think of it, is two dials, you turn one to 10, the next one you turn the same distance but instead are at 20.

but litterally, if you grab nothing but throttle at a stop, it will come up? eehk, ill stick with a 600
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Its more like 1/2 throttle= backflip
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Old 08-08-2006, 12:06 PM   #107
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if people in my class can wheelie, 125 cruisers.........then 1/8 to 1/4 turn on a 1k would be sufficient to flip ya.
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