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Old 11-30-2010, 11:51 PM   #1
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Slow wheelie ?..

Is an idle adjuster necessary for slow wheelies... and can some one help me with taking the 05 RR throttle bodies off? That is hard..
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Old 12-01-2010, 03:46 AM   #2
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Yes. A bigger rear sprocket and higher idle will greatly assist you in doing slow wheelies. Learning this way opens you up to a bigger level of tricks. Think of it as the foundation for most everything related to stunting...
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If you've got skills just turn up the idle and you could rock slow wheelies. A sprocket might help if your trying to ride idle. A sprocket will make that throttle alot more touchy though.
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fasho... anyone know what to use to get the throttle bodies off the 05 RR?
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Old 12-01-2010, 01:04 PM   #5
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fasho... anyone know what to use to get the throttle bodies off the 05 RR?
I would use my hands.
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Maybe some metric sockets , wrenches and screw drivers
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why would you want to take off the your throttle body in the 1st place? theres no need to take off the throttle body for just adding a idle adjuster. just the air box and 1 throttle body screw.
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i saw del circlin
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What? The high school?

it del the puppies and candy gig is played out.
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its easier on stock sprockets...
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What? The high school?

it del the puppies and candy gig is played out.
Sorry buddy. He's talkin aout real circles. Something "real" stunters do. Ya dig?
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Old 12-02-2010, 04:22 PM   #14
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Sorry buddy. He's talkin aout real circles. Something "real" stunters do. Ya dig?
Well maybe if you "real" stunters would call someone, maybe i wouldnt have to practice by myself. .

BTW you get your bike even running yet?
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Well maybe if you "real" stunters would call someone, maybe i wouldnt have to practice by myself. .

BTW you get your bike even running yet?
.....awwww, its ok. Well you better not have an excuse for not coming out this weekend, unless its work.

And no. Gonna hafta get another motor probably.....
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And funny you talk about my skill level del. i didnt ride for 3 years.

i remember your 1st gear power wheelies and hauling jonboy around on the gas tank.
So you can go somewhere with that b.s.
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And funny you talk about my skill level del. i didnt ride for 3 years.

i remember your 1st gear power wheelies and hauling jonboy around on the gas tank.
So you can go somewhere with that b.s.
Even when you rode, you still couldnt ride....


But whatever, im not holding it against ya. Go out and practice. Thats what ive been trying to do....

Just get more seat time....
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now kids, back to the kiddie pool, you aren't ready to swim yet
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Oh, you mean the kiddie pool your gonna be in this weekend with me?

Iunno. Might hafta attend a safety meeting with you to boost my confidence...
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i go to the kiddie pool to make my whack stunts look good ahahah
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