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Old 11-12-2007, 09:22 PM   #21
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http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...91590638402466]

here this has helped alot of people. just take it slow, a little more each time. if you got the cohones should be nothin to it.
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Tony!!!! How old is that video....I remember that thing floating around at least 5 years ago
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Hey guys and galls... I am just learning how to do a wheelie... For those that have 1000's how do ya'll do it... Do ya'll prefer a power wheelie or do ya'll prefer using the clutch... if so what RPM'S do ya'll usually let go of the clutch... What gear??? Let the post whoring begin...
So I can post up in the thread hey you still popping wheelie's man
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now that i have read all this info im gonna go do a wheelie!!


lol jk im gonna have to pass on that
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clutch it up. if you ever power wheelie near balance point you'll probably flip right over and eat some pavement.

when you are clutching....don't do everything step by step.....everything has to be done at once. while in second gear (best gear to learn in)....go about 30mph.....grab the clutch and give it a little more gas, let go at about 9-10k rpm (it's better to listen for it, then look for it)....now let go of the clutch and your front wheel should be up in the air. keep practicing....you'll get it sooner or later. just remember to keep your right foot hovering over the rear brake....if you feel it come up way too far.....tap the rear brake.


power wheelies will get you in trouble if you don't know what to expect. clutching is more predictable.
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Power wheelies are easy and fun for short wheelies, but if you want to ride it out, you need to learn clutch.

Go ask this question on Stuntlife and see what answers you get.
No offence but this post is retarded......I can power it up and go for miles In my books both are ok...I can do either but I do prefer power up.......it's easier on your bike and if you know ur machine u can hit it consistent every time And either way...always cover ur back one.
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No offence but this post is retarded......I can power it up and go for miles In my books both are ok...I can do either but I do prefer power up.......it's easier on your bike and if you know ur machine u can hit it consistent every time And either way...always cover ur back one.

the busa powers up just fine - and I can ride them out a pretty good ways, but clutching up is supposed to make for much better wheelies. you can bring it straight up to balance point without having to use so much of your rev range to get there.

I've been clutching them up more and more but still find powering them up to be more predictable.

and dude, I'm telling you of the thousand best wheelie riders in the world I'd bet that all 1000 of them are clutching them up more often than not.
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