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Old 07-27-2012, 02:44 PM   #1
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Death Spins... On a 50..

How the do you do these on a 50? I can't figure it out. My mind cannot process how to do this.. Do they require a manual clutch/ handbrake setup or can i do these on my stock tranny with handbrake setup? What's the trick or technique to it?

I've seen them done before in a few 50 stunt type videos on youtube and to me, it's one of the coolest looking tricks out there.



I need to figure these out..

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Old 07-27-2012, 05:17 PM   #2
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Yeah you pull in the clutch and grab the handbrake just as your dipping the bike into the circle.
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Old 07-27-2012, 05:57 PM   #3
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I can shift in a wheelie but for the love of me, I still can't slow down, only gain speed. With that said, I can't maintain a constant speed either.
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One of the BMC boyz 3 years ago on a stock TTR. Just dip the bike in on a hard circle, drop the foot, and pull it around. It is more timing than technique. Seat time and practice. Clutch makes it super easy though.
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Should be able to spin a stock 50 like a top!
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i did it here and there with no h/b or clutch
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How the do you do these on a 50? I can't figure it out. My mind cannot process how to do this.. Do they require a manual clutch/ handbrake setup or can i do these on my stock tranny with handbrake setup? What's the trick or technique to it?

I've seen them done before in a few 50 stunt type videos on youtube and to me, it's one of the coolest looking tricks out there.



I need to figure these out..

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I can shift in a wheelie but for the love of me, I still can't slow down, only gain speed. With that said, I can't maintain a constant speed either.
It's because you need to reach balance point. My understanding is when you reach BP, you can slow down your speed with the rear brake. Also, it's much easier to maintain speed when you are at BP.

Oh, and wheelies are the Devil
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i have a stunt 50 with a manual clutch!
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i did it here and there with no h/b or clutch
who is this guy

juice did everything with no hb or clutch
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lol... I was hoping the answer wouldn't be "seat time and practice"..


I've been trying them standing on the seat and from the stunt pegs. It looks like some of the guys, after the foot/ dip, bring the front end up real high and get on the rear brake letting the bike spin either in place or in the super tight circle. That's why it made me wonder if it's possible on a stock 50 with only the handbrake.

I'll WILL get it eventually.. This is just one of those that has me stumped for now.
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juice did everything with no hb or clutch
Cause he had the heavy 50 lol cheater 50!
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You can one up that and have the forks filled with lead.
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Why not load up the front wheel with 10 pounds of balancing weights?
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