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Old 10-13-2006, 02:24 PM   #41
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It is a liter bike. Lean back and give it some gas. It should come up. Unless you weigh about 300 pounds or something.
My thoughts exactly. I used to stunt back in the day when I first started riding. I started riding sitdowns then went to standups. In 1st gear, it don't matter what rpms you are at, if you hammer the throttle, the front wheel will come up. When it comes up, shift to 2nd gear. 1st is way too responsive to ride wheelies unless you are 12'in and covering the rear brake.
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Old 10-13-2006, 02:27 PM   #42
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you guys stand on the back pegs?
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Old 10-13-2006, 02:30 PM   #43
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Use counter weights(fat girls) to help get the front end up
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Old 10-13-2006, 02:31 PM   #44
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you guys stand on the back pegs?
Bad Idea unless they are fixed but, alot of people like to 1 foot the back peg for balance.
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you guys stand on the back pegs?
Some doods switch them, left to right - right to left
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For really ultra cool wheelies change your sprocket. For a CBR1000RR it is widely recommended that the stock sprocket is replaced with one that has 64-67 teeth. This application is generally regarded as the foremost way to learn to wheelie when you have a new literbike. When combined with a turbo setup and 50 shot of nitrous you'll be killin' em at PP2
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you guys stand on the back pegs?
left foot on back peg right foot on brake
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yea its staggard i got a form of that on the 100 one on the rear peg and one on the footpeg covering the brake.... and yea basicly for easiest way to do a wheelie come to a complete stop, rev the engine as high as possible (on the rev-limiter all the way), keep both feet planted firmly, and dump the clutch as hard as possible in 1st gear, it will do a wheelie, but be sure to have a camera ready when doing this i want to see your attempt....
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Old 10-13-2006, 04:36 PM   #50
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yea its staggard i got a form of that on the 100 one on the rear peg and one on the footpeg covering the brake.... and yea basicly for easiest way to do a wheelie come to a complete stop, rev the engine as high as possible (on the rev-limiter all the way), keep both feet planted firmly, and dump the clutch as hard as possible in 1st gear, it will do a wheelie, but be sure to have a camera ready when doing this i want to see your attempt....
if he gets that on camera ill pay good money for the footage
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For really ultra cool wheelies change your sprocket. For a CBR1000RR it is widely recommended that the stock sprocket is replaced with one that has 64-67 teeth. This application is generally regarded as the foremost way to learn to wheelie when you have a new literbike. When combined with a turbo setup and 50 shot of nitrous you'll be killin' em at PP2
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Old 10-13-2006, 04:41 PM   #52
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:icon_bigg i'd get used to the bike befor you start wheelies....i started out doing first gear sitdowns...i dont ride a 1k all i can say is watch ur back break on that thing.
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Didnt have too much time to ride this weekend. But I think that video and the step by step instructions are going to help out. Thanks
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Old 10-15-2006, 04:07 AM   #55
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How come no one has told him to ask Porchito?

Or more importnatly mention that el tire-o needs to not be el cold-o or el asso will jump to el right-o instead of going el up-o :P
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just to let you know, the balance point is like almost 12'oclock on the 1000rr.. its not as wheelie freindly as the sosuckys :p
i concure my busa balence point in a high chair is only like 11'5 and i assure you its balance point is alittle high then the 1000rr, plus he is too early in the stage to go to balance point a couple of inches off the ground will feel like 12ing it till he gets used to it, i suggest going into like 3rd and clutch 500rpm more get used to the julk then when you do go 500rpm more up and keep doing the till you hit balance point take baby steps and take your time dont over step your boundries couse crashing hurts plus itll trash out your bike. my 2cents.
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do you know how to power it up...see the keey is to womp on the throttle, which unloads the suspension, then rapidly closing the throttle to load the suspension, then womping on it one more time to unload it plus pop the front wheel up...i can only recomend wearing a lot of gear, being very careful, make sure you practice this very close to a hospital, if not right in front of it, and double checking that you have full coverage insurance...
a much better and more controled aprouch besides using clutch is to stand up stagger and boucne as you give it throuttle just use your legs cuz your really wanting to preload the back spring its the one doing the work in a wheelie but just boucne as you apply throuttle and it will come right up, and dont pull up on the bars it throws your weight off makeing it sway to which ever side you pulled harder on plus it makes the bars turn to one side or another which could cause severe head shake(tank slappers)
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How come no one has told him to ask Porchito?

Or more importnatly mention that el tire-o needs to not be el cold-o or el asso will jump to el right-o instead of going el up-o :P

LMAO... awsome... I just learned to ride "street bike" (have raced motocross for ever so dirt wheelies yes **2 stroke**) wheelies about 1 month ago, after 2 months of just spending spare time learning to go fast - i asked a stunter for advice before attempting it on my street bike and geared up (head to toe protection**he laughed at me and said the i shouldnt fall**) and went out... 45 minutes later i was getting about 100yd 2nd gear wheelies.. his advice was this...

2nd gear 7000rpm rev to almost redline and pop the clutch
hold the on and cover the brake just in case...

what i did...

2nd gear wasnt working so i went to 1st and did 6000rpm rev to redline and popped it up then shifted to second... that was my experience, hope it helps
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yea its staggard i got a form of that on the 100 one on the rear peg and one on the footpeg covering the brake.... and yea basicly for easiest way to do a wheelie come to a complete stop, rev the engine as high as possible (on the rev-limiter all the way), keep both feet planted firmly, and dump the clutch as hard as possible in 1st gear, it will do a wheelie, but be sure to have a camera ready when doing this i want to see your attempt....
You tryin to really get this boy to flat BUST HIS ain't ya...
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Ive been riding for a year or so. Went from a 600 to 1000 because the 6 was stolen. I have a CBR1000. How do I do a weelie? Should I do it out of 1st gear or 2nd? Is it that simple, you just give it a little extra gas and the front tire comes off the ground?
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