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Old 11-16-2011, 10:09 AM   #21
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I don't stunt so I have to ask the question:

Is it generally considered a higher skill set to be able to properly control the bike in wheelies while pinging the rev limiter?
yes sir not only your holding it wide open but your also covering the clutch rear brake and keeping your body balanced on the bike,


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Old 11-16-2011, 10:09 AM   #23
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Old 11-16-2011, 10:10 AM   #24
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I don't stunt so I have to ask the question:

Is it generally considered a higher skill set to be able to properly control the bike in wheelies while pinging the rev limiter?
Control and potential for something to go very wrong, not easy so it is a skill.
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Old 11-16-2011, 10:10 AM   #25
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Brapapapapapappa is a thumper, like a 450, 250 4T. I think you got it wrrong.


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pretty much what i was thinking too, its more like a ninininininininininininininininininini kind of sound but doing it like that doesnt sound as thug.
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Old 11-16-2011, 10:12 AM   #26
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yes sir not only your holding it wide open but your also covering the clutch rear brake and keeping your body balanced on the bike,

In that case, for a stunter, I can see how it would be cool. As a track guy it's a sound that makes me cringe. Different strokes...


Just remind me to NEVER buy a used bike from that guy.
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In that case, for a stunter, I can see how it would be cool. As a normal, sane human being it's a sound that makes me cringe. Different strokes...
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Old 11-16-2011, 10:16 AM   #28
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I'll bash Miguel all day long for being dumb on public roads. He knows that. I just don't see the point in bashing them for rev limiter control.
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yea sum stunt bikes are up but high risk tricks are often performed by high risk riders. Allot of stunt bikes only look like stunbikes out here on the street but the riders baby them, so I think you be ok buying one for cheep. In the track, at the lot or in mexico rev limiters sound ugly as and can destroy a motor, but it looks nice to see that much power being played with.
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Old 11-16-2011, 10:42 AM   #32
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In that case, for a stunter, I can see how it would be cool. As a track guy it's a sound that makes me cringe. Different strokes...


Just remind me to NEVER buy a used bike from that guy.
When i hear people bounce off the limiter at the track you know they are running fast if they can ride. I do not mean all people but just people that ride the out of the bike.
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When i hear people bounce off the limiter at the track you know they are running fast if they can ride. I do not mean all people but just people that ride the out of the bike.
For me it just means I missed my upshift or was too lazy to shift to upshift at GSS because I'm tired.
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For me it just means I missed my upshift or was too lazy to shift to upshift at GSS because I'm tired.
Lol that laziness blew my head gasket at MSRH going into the carousel. I was to lazy to shift into 5th
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The bike does not have to be on the limiter it rearly happens in the lot, it just shows that the rider is weightless, and the bike is preaty much coasting on the speed you gained before you activated the clutch. Preaty fun once you get used to it but its a when you mouse trap . High chair coasters are the .
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