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Old 07-23-2007, 06:16 PM   #1
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Startin to try stoppies . wanna learn the correct way . any info would b appreciated. they seem too b coming a little too easy. r6 06. just dont wanna get ahead of myself. duece
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I would hit up Matt.L or Prodigy (Joe) on here. These guys rock some nasty stoppies and would be able to give you some good advice on learnin em....
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yeah, those dudes are badass with the stoppies.

start off with like 25mph and gradually go up from there. use your legs to hold yourself to the tank. snap the front brake so the back end comes up, and play with the brake to keep it up. baby steps. it'll come quick.

i think the best stoppie i did was at around 50mph, snapped it up, and rolled maybe 50 feet. i'm not a pro, i'm just a stunter poser. best to ask those guys, that's just how i did it.
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Get a fiddy start on that!!! You will get less hurt
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Get a fiddy start on that!!! You will get less hurt
fiddy stoppies and big bike stoppies are waaayyyy different
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I would hit up Matt.L or Prodigy (Joe) on here. These guys rock some nasty stoppies and would be able to give you some good advice on learnin em....
appreciate the info homey. ill do it for sure.


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Will one good snap at 25mph get up the front tire? I haven't ever triend a stoppie and I dont really do wheelies either. I know for sure wheelies on a 50cc and a 600 are way different. I can ride bp on a 50 for a while but cant get bp on a 600 for ....maybe I should clutch it up in 2nd I hear it doesnt come up so violently.
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I hope no one snaps anything, You ride the brakes and then squeeze, while lifting off the seat at the same time. always look where you are going, keep your chin up, and dont look at the ground.
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