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Old 08-14-2008, 05:42 PM   #21
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How do I stop my front tire from skiding when doing stoppies I dropped the psi but still skids it is a brand new tire..... Also at about what mph should run im doing about 30 mph

your front tire may still be cold or could be the type of tire i prefer the Perelli [sp] diablo they last a while and seem to grip on almost anything 26psi or so, just keep practicing
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Old 08-14-2008, 07:50 PM   #22
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your front tire may still be cold or could be the type of tire i prefer the Perelli [sp] diablo they last a while and seem to grip on almost anything 26psi or so, just keep practicing
What about speed? Does it just depend what im used to?
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Old 08-14-2008, 08:52 PM   #23
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I wouldnt worry about speeding up very much till you get comfortable being on the front wheel... I started around 20mph and slowly worked my way up.. But remember when you go to far on a stoppie there is nothing you can do but tuck and roll... So dont try to progress to fast.
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Old 08-15-2008, 09:02 AM   #24
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30mph is fine
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Old 08-15-2008, 10:10 AM   #25
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your front tire may still be cold or could be the type of tire i prefer the Perelli [sp] diablo they last a while and seem to grip on almost anything 26psi or so, just keep practicing
+1, snap that up hard to soft... True Methodz has these tires in stock for a great price

Stoppies are the hardest trick to master... they take the longest and you will hurt your self worse just be prepared.
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your front tire may still be cold or could be the type of tire i prefer the Perelli [sp] diablo they last a while and seem to grip on almost anything 26psi or so, just keep practicing
dont listen 2 this guy hes ok i guess... and i would try all this out on a smaller bike if possible..

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sup javi how did the wheelie class go?
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Old 08-15-2008, 12:24 PM   #28
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it was ok prodigy...
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dont listen 2 this guy hes ok i guess... and i would try all this out on a smaller bike if possible..

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Ha thanks javi got that down already sence my hand brake broke haven't rode a 50 in forever!
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your front tire may still be cold or could be the type of tire i prefer the Perelli [sp] diablo they last a while and seem to grip on almost anything 26psi or so, just keep practicing
Do you mean the perelli street? (ST)
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Do you mean the perelli street? (ST)
(sp) means spelling . cause he dont no how too spel pirelli
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