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Old 09-23-2008, 09:40 PM   #41
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look, you have to get to know your bike, then start from low rpms and slippin the clutch and bringing the front wheel up little by little, but in the same time dont bring the front wheel down from chopping the throttle or running out of rpms, tap the rear foot brake to bring it down. and keep practicing, doing this on a little dirtbike will speed this up
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Old 09-23-2008, 10:09 PM   #42
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Old 09-23-2008, 11:41 PM   #43
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F4i's are pigs. The only way you can loop that bike is red lining it and dumping the clutch. Other than that, you have a lot of room to play with. No hp and that equals a bike to literally advance in stunting within weeks.


dont trust that... it happens... even when you know what your doing.


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Old 09-23-2008, 11:44 PM   #44
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Old 09-24-2008, 09:40 AM   #46
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look, you have to get to know your bike, then start from low rpms and slippin the clutch and bringing the front wheel up little by little, but in the same time dont bring the front wheel down from chopping the throttle or running out of rpms, tap the rear foot brake to bring it down. and keep practicing, doing this on a little dirtbike will speed this up
+1 That is some realy good advice. Maybe he will be willing to give you a free lesson today.
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no...maybe this weekend...i dont have time to drop it off at True Methodz untill then...

one i can get my idle up a little ima be a beast...i was makin great progress sunday when we were at asi with Javi,Gabriel and the gang...gettin that bp down
Mybe you accidently unscrewed it trying to turn it up.
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My cable was locked up at first.. I had to take it off and lube it real good.. Then i put it sticking out the left side of my tank and it worked fine.. I could turn it up to 3500 no prob
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My cable was locked up at first.. I had to take it off and lube it real good.. Then i put it sticking out the left side of my tank and it worked fine.. I could turn it up to 3500 no prob
i looked at it at asi, his idle cable works, his bike has a FI code flashing its something to do with that, but it could be a number of things, ecu failure, throttle body failure, tps failure i have a book for the codes here..
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