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Old 10-22-2008, 02:41 PM   #1
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I just learned how to wheelie off of 1st and carry it a little bit but now i have started stand ups in 2nd gear i can pick it up sometimes a foot or two and sometimes i can get them pretty up there but if feels like im gonna 12 o clock it so i was gonna ask for some pointers and for stoppies i can stop on the front end but how do you roll with it ?
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As the back end comes up, gradually let off the brake as you approach the balance point. As long as you're on that brake hard, it'll keep coming up. You know you're near the balance point when you're barely on the brake and that back wheel is floating--not going any higher or dropping any lower.
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+1...just clutch it hard...up to bp and get on the brake a little if it comes up pass bp or too fast for ya
Man I was talking about Endo's I think that you are talking bout Wheelies
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go hard in 1st...then lean forward...as you lean forward pull in the clutch and jam the front brake..after you jam it and the back end comes up start to feather the front brake lever and keep your dayum head up...i guess
stop giving out bad advise if that tire aint warm that fool can end up sliding trust me I know Almost pee'd on myslef
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As the back end comes up, gradually let off the brake as you approach the balance point. As long as you're on that brake hard, it'll keep coming up. You know you're near the balance point when you're barely on the brake and that back wheel is floating--not going any higher or dropping any lower.
What the are you talking about... don't touch the break until you go past balance point. You will end up heating up your rotors and your breaks won't even work. Stay off the break use engine break and only use your rear break when you are past balance point to bring you back into BP.
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What the are you talking about... don't touch the break until you go past balance point. You will end up heating up your rotors and your breaks won't even work. Stay off the break use engine break and only use your rear break when you are past balance point to bring you back into BP.
FYI, its brake.......not break

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What the are you talking about... don't touch the break until you go past balance point. You will end up heating up your rotors and your breaks won't even work. Stay off the break use engine break and only use your rear break when you are past balance point to bring you back into BP.
again i am talking about doing an endo not doing a wheelie Fool! Your back break wont help you when your are doing stopies
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lol yes it will rookie ...

your banned from giving stunting advice until i see you do something ...

thats like me giving advise on driving an indy car because ive seen it on tv
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