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Old 02-21-2007, 12:24 AM   #1
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Stoppie?

Do I just grab the brake and gradually squeeze harder?
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eehhhh..

grab some.. to get the feel of it coming up... and let it go when it comes up..

once you get it up and are comfortable feather it to keep it up..

this was the info given to me.. for big and small bikes.. and it works on my phiddy.. I wont try it on my YZF600r.. im waiting for the F4i to be up before i start stoppie'n the big bikes.. I'll let you know how it goes.
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bounce the seat once you are comfortable as well.. if you bounce when learning it may come up too fast..

you can also top your rear brake as it is coming up to bring the back wheel up to your ... it gives the bike alittle extra boost.
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wow this sounds more dangerous than i'd imagine...
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dont forget to grip the tank with you knee

this thread doesn't sound to serious though
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im being serious... how is this whoring?
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i think this is funny.

OK, stoppies on Aprilia with full brembo

1. go 50
2. lightly squeeze the brakes and release
3. accelerate back to 50
4. squeeze a bit harder, and release
5. repeat until when you let go you feel the back wheel hit the ground

it's so smooth you don't even know it the at low angles

That's as far as I ever went since stunting isn't my thing. I just wanted to get a feel for the brakes.
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sit on the gas tank and squeeze the lever, should come up easier
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You tube was taking a long time.. so I put it on zippy... This is halarious!!!
:laughing6 :laughing6 :laughing6 :laughing6


http://www.zippyvideos.com/5437047836683436/mov00071/
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You tube was taking a long time.. so I put it on zippy... This is halarious!!!
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wrong!!! you live around here??? im on an 04 r6 and im rollin stopopies at about 60 now... i could help you out a bit!!!

the way i learned... i watched alot of the pros around here...
but what i did was i got goin about 30 to 40 and started by bouncing my into the seat and while the bike is on its way back up i squeeze the brake to get the wheel up then i lightly squeeze until i feel the wheel is up high enough and roll away then i step on the back brake befor the tire sets down so it doesnt make the chirp when the tire hits the ground...

its a whole lot easier in person... let me know...
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so far this is how high i get them... im tryin to learn how to turn them
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Thats more of a bump than an endo, but good for starters, just keep doin that until you know your limits. A lot of guys tend to look at the ground while doing them, thats really stupid because it naturally puts your weight forward and then BAM, you have a mouth full of asphalt. Once you get it up to a certain balance point, you can ease off the breaks and control it by shifting your weight .. and ALWAYS squeeze the tank with your knees.

Edit: Just noticed the pictures, upononer6, thats pretty good. How long (distance, seconds) are you riding them?

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ive been trying them around 20 something mph.
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