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Old 12-07-2011, 02:07 PM   #1
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Need help Newb here

Ok I have a 600 with full yoshi exhaust, nothing else. Ive seen people 1st gear throttle bikes like this up but i cant seem to do it. anyone got some pointers to help we get the front wheel off the ground?
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Old 12-07-2011, 02:14 PM   #2
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-1 front sprocket will help. Dont forget to cover the rear brake
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Old 12-07-2011, 02:17 PM   #3
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Also run the RPMs up and let out then get back in it real quick. The rebound of the front suspension will help you get the wheel up.
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Old 12-07-2011, 02:27 PM   #4
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I use pitbill stands to get my wheels off the ground...BTW..I don't need to start my bike for that..I hope this helps.
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Get a 1000 then you just have to twist on the throttle harder after the rpm's get up over 4500.
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Old 12-07-2011, 03:17 PM   #11
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Get a mini dirt bike or even a 125 cc and learn on that first once you get the feel for it you move up to the 600 and 1000 thats just my opinion tough.
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Rev to 8500 rpm in 1st or 2nd , dump clutch! Instant whoolie action
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Hold in the clutch and give it a little gas and pop the clutch, give it more gas each time. You dont want to get it too high at first because you will freak out
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Hold in the clutch and give it a little gas and pop the clutch, give it more gas each time. You dont want to get it too high at first because you will freak out
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im no whoolie master, the most i can get is just a whooooo. but sometimes ill get scared and will inadvertently throw my weight forward as I try to power it up. so that prevent the front from coming up too.
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never tried on my cbr. too scurred i'll get it up a bit then lean back and twist the trhottle more and loop the bike on top of myself.
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im no whoolie master, the most i can get is just a whooooo. but sometimes ill get scared and will inadvertently throw my weight forward as I try to power it up. so that prevent the front from coming up too.
Im pretty sure this is what im doing... Im always between 8k-9k RPMs when i snap off and back on, it comes up a couple inches but nothing to great
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Hold in the clutch and give it a little gas and pop the clutch, give it more gas each time. You dont want to get it too high at first because you will freak out
I might have to try clutching it up, what speed or rpm in first should I start this?
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