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Old 11-22-2006, 01:57 PM   #41
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just out of curiosity... what advice can ya'll experts (and you to BS motorsports... jk) give me on wheeling my R6... ive heard that those bikes arnt the best for wheelies... ive gotten pretty good at clutching out of first gear and riding it out for a little bit, but ive also heard that the balance point is at like 11 'o clock... also some very specific details (with RPMs included) on how to pop it in 2nd... ive been trying but im having a little trouble getting it up. thanks for everything guys...
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just out of curiosity... what advice can ya'll experts (and you to BS motorsports... jk) give me on wheeling my R6... ive heard that those bikes arnt the best for wheelies... ive gotten pretty good at clutching out of first gear and riding it out for a little bit, but ive also heard that the balance point is at like 11 'o clock... also some very specific details (with RPMs included) on how to pop it in 2nd... ive been trying but im having a little trouble getting it up. thanks for everything guys...
<--- not an expert.. but here's my .02

my 600r (very close to the same bike) BP is 11is as is with alot of bikes, unless you are powering your shiza its going to be up there pretty high, i would suggest doing 2nd gear first.. 1st gear is toooo touchy you risk looping it and if you let off the gas too hard you will be doing fork seals as seen in above posts.... is this your first bike? if you arent too good you may want to see previous advice on gettin a little bike to learn various things on... will save you in the long run...
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<--- not an expert.. but here's my .02

my 600r (very close to the same bike) BP is 11is as is with alot of bikes, unless you are powering your shiza its going to be up there pretty high, i would suggest doing 2nd gear first.. 1st gear is toooo touchy you risk looping it and if you let off the gas too hard you will be doing fork seals as seen in above posts.... is this your first bike? if you arent too good you may want to see previous advice on gettin a little bike to learn various things on... will save you in the long run...

Hahahaha...pushin the little bikes huh clayton.....
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Hahahaha...pushin the little bikes huh clayton.....
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Get a 50cc or 150 or a ttr125 and spend lots of time on it ! i like my 50cc and my ttr125 more than the gsxr750! little bikes when used right can chage ur LIFE!
and he was right... in 4 hours i will have 2 little bikes, I spend more time on my ttr90 than I do on both of my other bikes combined right now... its fun, its cheap, all that i learn can be transfered to my big bike, and i dont need a big lot to ride in.. i can do it around my coldasack (sp? sorry carbonR1)
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ok guys ya'll arnt helping me very much... lol... actually that does sound fun to get one of those little bikes... how uch does a decent one cost...

i need more details on this second gear wheelie... very slowly now.
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Listen up matey....yee got's to take it nice and slow.....can't be rushin yee dingy into thee wind......pull's in thee clutch.....roll on yee throttle and let's go of yee clutch...keep practicin yee whoolies and yee be thee finest wheelier this side of davy jones's locker.....gyar har.....
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2nd gear, 7-8grand, clutch it to 11or12grand and release clutch quickly but smoothly, keep one foot on back brake until you learn the reaction of the bike!!! this will pull it up (if you dont have BP you will be KCUFed) ride it until you get close to redline and and shift into 3rd with no clutching just do so smoothly... and with practice you should be able to roll at about 115mph close to 11grand in 3rd all day long
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but a little bike is still my #1 choice for learning... you can get good ones from $800 - $1200
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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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