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Old 12-11-2006, 10:07 PM   #61
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it felt fun and not high enough
so then what happened? What brought you back down? Not enough power? You let off?
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Old 12-11-2006, 10:08 PM   #62
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have not got it up wen trying to power it
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Old 12-11-2006, 10:09 PM   #63
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so then what happened? What brought you back down? Not enough power? You let off?
I guess not
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Old 12-11-2006, 10:11 PM   #64
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The easiest way for me to start learning how to wheelie was 1st gear. I started off learning by going around in 1st and getting on the throttle till the wheel starting lifting around 5000 rpms. By doing so, I would start with the throttle barely turned and as the speeds got up the more I would pull back until about 35 mph the wheel started to rise. This is how I got used to the wheel coming up... then I moved on... have you tried this yet?
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Old 12-11-2006, 10:13 PM   #65
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so pull the bike back?
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Old 12-11-2006, 10:15 PM   #66
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Next as I got used to the wheel coming up I would pull the throttle more earlier in first so that I could get it a lot higher and ride them all the way out..... Once I had that down, I would ride in first at about 4000 rpms and then whack the throttle and let off right away just to see what the bike felt like when it jerked back. Then once I got used to the roughness, I would do the same but stay on the throttle and this would give me more of a clutching effect without having to use it. It also let me see what the bike felt like when it came up right away, like it would when clutching. Once I did this for awhile, it let me really see what throttle control was and how it made a difference.
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Next as I got used to the wheel coming up I would pull the throttle more earlier in first so that I could get it a lot higher and ride them all the way out..... Once I had that down, I would ride in first at about 4000 rpms and then whack the throttle and let off right away just to see what the bike felt like when it jerked back. Then once I got used to the roughness, I would do the same but stay on the throttle and this would give me more of a clutching effect without having to use it. It also let me see what the bike felt like when it came up right away, like it would when clutching. Once I did this for awhile, it let me really see what throttle control was and how it made a difference.
but Los, you still suck

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so pull the bike back?
no... i meant as the speeds got up higher pull the throttle back more.
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but Los, you still suck

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Woot Woot!! 12 o'clock :laughing6
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Woot Woot!! 12 o'clock :laughing6
badass man, cant wait to see em, you gonna roll with us this week?
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badass man, cant wait to see em, you gonna roll with us this week?
Maybe closer to the weekend... And I've only done 1 twelve o'clock and it fuked things up. :eh:
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Maybe closer to the weekend... And I've only done 1 twelve o'clock and it fuked things up. :eh:
sweet you can teach me how to clutch, i have power in the bag.
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I think he's practicing
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who him or me? lol
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original poster.... I think you're working right now. lol
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hey los its easier to learn with a visual. go for a ride with him
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