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Old 09-27-2006, 11:07 PM   #1
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need help on how 2 get my stands ups ...

i need sum help on how 2 get my stand up wheelies down or just a plain wheelie .. i dont ride street i have 2 dirtbike a crf150 and a kx250...i ride the street in front of my house every once in a while .. and i love street bikes and want 2 learn sum stunting on a dirt bike ... so can some one help me ..
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Old 09-28-2006, 01:14 PM   #2
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give me the crf150 and ill teach you how to do stunts, if first off you need to learn how to clutch it up and cover the brake.... learn to stunt the 4 stroke first it will be easier all around... and put street tires on the crf and learn wheelies and stoppies and keep the 2 stroke dirt....
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Your KX250 will power wheelie all the way up to 4th gear depending on your own weight of course. Just adjust the throttle as nescessary to keep the wheel up.
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Your KX250 will power wheelie all the way up to 4th gear depending on your own weight of course. Just adjust the throttle as nescessary to keep the wheel up.

he wants to stunt not be a squid...
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Or you can stunt my yami 85...hahaha...it has a mean and I mean, a mean powerband.....

can you say " mean " one more time?? :laughing6
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( off topic ) del, got the f3 back from the shop, bisch runs like they day it was made cant wait to get some insurance and hit the streets mang.
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( off topic ) del, got the f3 back from the shop, bisch runs like they day it was made cant wait to get some insurance and hit the streets mang.
what else do you need to make it street legal?

i have LOTS of extra F3 parts
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Phuc yeah!!! Awesome brian. Whenever you got time lemme know if you wanna ride for a bit.....oh yeah and tell gary to get to work...hahaha
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its street legal now, i rigged up the headlight and turn signals. i got it inspected just a bit ago. all i need really to ride is insurance and some safety gear.

oh yeah, do you have a spare rear brake fluid reservoir??
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Phuc yeah!!! Awesome brian. Whenever you got time lemme know if you wanna ride for a bit.....oh yeah and tell gary to get to work...hahaha

im at home right now, but i go in at 530 for a 36 hr shift
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u asking me or cbr-ryder?

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its street legal now, i rigged up the headlight and turn signals. i got it inspected just a bit ago. all i need really to ride is insurance and some safety gear.

oh yeah, do you have a spare rear brake fluid reservoir??
i'll check and see... i dont think so though... but i have most of the plastic, and a gas tank... also have a MINT seat for 95-96F3
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ill def take the seat, i was going to have to recover the current one. i need all the fairings but the tail section. what you got, and how much?
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Dayum!!! I know what ya mean mang!!! I used to work those kinds of shifts offshore...but not as much now. Anywho, if you think you might wanna get into stunting it a lil bit lemme know, don't mind having more ppl who want to get into the sport
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Dayum!!! I know what ya mean mang!!! I used to work those kinds of shifts offshore...but not as much now. Anywho, if you think you might wanna get into stunting it a lil bit lemme know, don't mind having more ppl who want to get into the sport

i really want to try stunting, been a fan of it for a long time, but i want to get a cage first. i could use just sliders on the engine mount, but i dont want to risk bending the bike up.
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