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Old 11-05-2008, 10:47 PM   #1
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steering and 180 stoppies

how do you do it. i was doing 90 degree stoppies last night but couldnt go all the way. how do u steer?
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Old 11-05-2008, 11:44 PM   #2
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Old 11-06-2008, 12:00 AM   #3
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lean with it
thats what you do once u got it going and you actually lean oposite the way the tail is going.
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Old 11-06-2008, 12:02 AM   #4
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dude i dunno. im just goin by what i used to do on my bicycle. :P
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dude i dunno. im just goin by what i used to do on my bicycle. :P
why am i listining to you then
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Old 11-06-2008, 12:13 AM   #7
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Its not easy at all at first.. First of all you have to be very hig up and push your whold upper body into it.. Which is very risky.. Joe helped me alot as well as others.. Im no pro at them but i can do them consistantly. Just take small steps and keep pushing your self... And gear up
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yea i could kinda steer it around a little but it feels scary and i gotta go almost past bp to turn it.
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and if you really wano get them fast.....
What does everyone always say.. Learn on the 50.. Well its true!
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My best advice is to just keep working on a cretan speed like 50 or 60 and going farther and farther... You will eventually be higher up and rolling farther and will have learned to control it alot better... Then when your at the right spot it will want to turn u wil have to work to keep it straight.. Then you will start to mess with the 180's and they will bo nothing
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i can stoppy my 110 pretty far but its brokin right now. that is how i learned everything i know on the 110
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me to.. Im in a vid grubz made my first day landing them on a harwin 110..
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If you want to do a 180 to the left - when you're rolling straight, push on the right clipon initially to lean the back end of the bike left. Then you counter it with the left clipon depending on how much your rear end leans. As you come to a stop, turn the front end to the left more, apply a little more brake, and push on the left clipon hard to snap the rear end around.
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^^^^^

Its as simple as that. And if you follow those easy steps you'll have your Dish Network Dish setup in no time.....I mean 180 stoppies
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yea it isnt as easy as that at all. lol when i start to turn in i feel like i am leanin so far i am going to wash out or when i land i will highside... is that normal?
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