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Old 12-11-2006, 09:52 PM   #41
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I try to do one couple of times but it did not go up
what exactly are you doing? You're not trying hard enough because I can bounce mine in second and do a power wheelie. Clutching just makes it a lot easier.
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I try to do one couple of times but it did not go up
its all in your head. trust me, that's half the battle of learning to stunt. Your bike will do way more than just wheelie, just gotta get in the right mentality and do it.
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Old 12-11-2006, 09:53 PM   #43
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if thats the case... stop being a pussie and clutch that in 2nd at 4000rpms and whack the throttle. Dont be scarred when that front wheel comes up.
Hello thats what I have been trying lol but I cant get it right
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Hello thats what I have been trying lol but I cant get it right
sounds like you are clutching it and the moment you release it, you pussify and let off the throttle hence the small bunny hops. like I said... be a man and take that wheelie by the throttle.
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I am sorry if i am asking stupid questions but I want to learn
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I am sorry if i am asking stupid questions but I want to learn
how good are you at 1st gear power wheelies?
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sounds like you are clutching it and the moment you release it, you pussify and let off the throttle hence the small bunny hops. like I said... be a man and take that wheelie by the throttle.
this is true.
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how long do I hold the clutch
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how long do I hold the clutch
forget 2nd gear... lets talk about first gear
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how long do I hold the clutch
the clutch is just one the 2 key parts. It also depends where your throttle is at. If you keep it at a constant 4000 rpms then yeah it might be hard. I say as you clutch it in for about or less than a second(remember....all you want to do is slip it) you also got to pull the throttle 3/4 to full. You want the RPM's in a continuous rising motion till you've reached your desired height.
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lol dont listen to los right now,you offended him and he's gonna tell you wrong things...and every true stunter would rather you come and ask some one with expierence then go to kill/hurt yourself( or take out a family on the streets) and total out your bike
naw he hasn't..... he just sounds like he's trying to walk before he can crawl.
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the clutch is just one the 2 key parts. It also depends where your throttle is at. If you keep it at a constant 4000 rpms then yeah it might be hard. I say as you clutch it in for about or less than a second(remember....all you want to do is slip it) you also got to pull the throttle 3/4 to full. You want the RPM's in a continuous rising motion till you've reached your desired height.
i meant 3/4.... not to full. You never want to clutch and have the throttle opened all the way.
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ok how do I crawl lol
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lets start from a power wheelie
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ok how do I crawl lol
how comfortable are you with height? When you got that wheel 1 foot off the ground did it scare you? Did it pop up to fast or did it just feel really high?
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it felt fun and not high enough
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lets start from a power wheelie
are you able to ride at lets say 3500 - 5000 rpms and jerk the throttle back(not to far) in first gear and ride a little wheelie?
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