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Old 03-27-2007, 03:09 PM   #21
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Old 03-27-2007, 04:07 PM   #22
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Old 03-27-2007, 05:52 PM   #23
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I took that pic of Vandals doing a " Stand Up" He put it on the center stand and then put it in 2nd gear and then leaned back ( i would not suggest you do this) Put your bike in 1st gear go up to about 5k RPM and then pul clutch in gas it to about 12k and let off. then depending on how far you came up move your forwards or backwards on the seat.
It was in first when i rocked back on the centerstand..

roll at about 5mph, pull in the clutch, rev it up to 8grand, pop the clutch and get the feel it it coming up, then keep stepping up till about 10k-11k and then you control teh throttle and rear brake to keep it up.
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Old 03-27-2007, 05:53 PM   #24
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Old 03-27-2007, 06:01 PM   #25
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huh if thats true then how does vandals still have the original clutch at almost 14,000 miles and its still in great condition?
when you do it make sure to keep your foot on the rear break since you are at such a high rpm when you do it it will want to 12 and throw you off like it did me :BangHead:
He knows what he is doing, plus I would be willing to wager his clutch won't last as long as a non stunted one. Don't let me stop you, it's your stuff...you asked.
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Old 03-27-2007, 08:10 PM   #28
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I got a Ninja 250 a couple of weeks back. I whoolied it by rolling along at about 7-8 MPH (this gives you a little bit of steering from the gyroscope of the front wheel if you turn the bars), then pulling in the clutch, flooring it, and when the revs hit about 7-8k released the clutch all at once. I only tried it once, but got a nice little 100 foot or so wheelie to redline.

For your first attempt, start releasing at lower rpm's to get it to hop, maybe 5-6k, each time increasing the RPM's a bit to get the front progressively higher and higher each time. When you start to get scared, ride around for a while, then try again. A little bit each day in a parking lot builds confidence, and gets u used to control bit by bit.

And always be ready to hit the back brake in case of going too high. Practice stopping a low wheelie with the brake to get used to the feel, else it might scare you, or hit so hard it twists your wrists. My Superhawk used to slam down pretty good if you let off in 1st. Hurt my wrists a couple of times.

BTW, I kinda suck at wheelies. Maybe some of these other guys can give a little more advice for a 250. I just know it can be done, without too much drama, on the 250.

Good luck, and keep it in the parking lots, not on the streets. Cops are powerless to prosecute driving shenanigans on private property, only trespassing, (I think).
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Old 03-27-2007, 08:14 PM   #30
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letting off the throttle in a whoolie on the 250 is like hitting the rear brake, after i got used to it, i never touched the rear brake. (not saying you should do what i do) I just learned to use the throttle to control the whoolie
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Old 03-27-2007, 11:07 PM   #31
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enough clutch from a stand still will put it on the tail section...I know from personal trials = )~
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