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Old 11-22-2006, 01:15 PM   #21
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Master the PHIDDy first! Im telling you, I have avoided so much by riding the little bike, You can rock it back past the BP and learn to use the brake. You can rock it past the BP and if you dont use the brake, when you loop it it cost you $15 bucks for a new rear fender... not $1500 for lights fairing subframe brake fluid res. windshield and what ever else.... just an Idea, If you have the money buy a little bike and learn things like **BP, Brake/Throttle control, and the feel of balancing the bike in different positions** then sell it and transfer all that to your big bike.... my .02
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Old 11-22-2006, 01:16 PM   #22
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Any advice on pulling stand up wheelies? What's the easiest way to pull them? Should I start in a sitting position and then stand up? It feels awkward to be trying to stand up and just haunched over, feels really odd. It that normal?

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Yes, it feels weird and it will until you get them high enough to the BP. Just pratice clutching them up until they get higher and higher.

What kind of bike?
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Yes, it feels weird and it will until you get them high enough to the BP. Just pratice clutching them up until they get higher and higher.

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Hey what up with this post. I did however notice he said texas gixxer so maybe I should have said what cc instead? or What

And how come you are calling me master carbon1/2? I dont' feel to masterly lately.
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Hey what up with this post. I did however notice he said texas gixxer so maybe I should have said what cc instead? or What

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and if you do blow them it's only about $150 to get replaced...the parts are about $20 and the rest is labor
is this supposed to be news to me?

"like patrick said $150 -$350 is right...and thats not expensive"

man, im giving a buddy a little advice specific to him. ive seen him make a thread looking for tin cans before, so i doubt he wants to have to drop the coin on labor costs to replace fork seals.

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Meh, my bike is worth too much to me to throw it all over the pavement if i screwed up..... My life is worth to much to me and my family. Ive never been one to pratice wheelieing , you might see the front end lift a little on a hard throttle in first gear everynow and then....but thats about it.
lets go practice.
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+1 on this....just remember to always always practice in a controlled environment....and no I don't mean the highways or street's. Please do so in a safe condition....lately been having toooo many bikers out there get hurt and would hate to find out you were one of them.....it takes alot of skill to do what B.S Motorsports and javi and what prodigy do as well as any other "true" stunter out there....Just always ride safe and practice practice practice.......

lol im no true stunter please dont put me in that boat i dont have anywhere near the skillz of javi or joe .... but it doesnt take a expert to to give you good advise on doing a standup.....

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