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Old 12-07-2008, 05:41 PM   #1
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Holding Power Wheelie

I can power mine up with 2 roll ons, and i can feel the bike constantly coming up while im holding the throttle, but if i let go of the throttle it instantly drops cause my engine breaking is pretty good

But without telling me to change my sprockets how can i go about holding them without flipping the bike? or should i practice clutching instead?
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you just gotta find teh sweet spot. it will get to a spot where you will stop gaining speed. and you can hold the throttle in the same spot. that called BP (ballance point) when you get that feel of BP you can ride it out forever. but it would behoove you to learn the clutch and back brake before you try finding the balance point. on alot of bikes it will go from going up slowly to suddenly flipping over... i learned this the hard way on my YZF600r when i first tried to do 2nd gear wheelies on it. it was like.. up up up up up WWOOOO!!! and i shattered my tailight. but luckily i knew the back brake and i just mashed the brake and set it back down without wrecking.
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up up up up up WWOOOO!!!
whats the best way to practice breaking?
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Start with the basics. The wave. Work on that till you can roll it smooth. Then work on your popping and locking. Watching some old bobby brown videos can help you out on some basics and footwork. Now go get some sheets of old cardboard from the garage. Get your boom box and some fresh D batteries....

Oh, you mean Braking. Just be sure that every time you are up your back foot is on the back brake. Always covering it. And always be aware of the fact that you might need it...NOW. If you get too high, stab it, but be ready to hit the front down hard. It all comes with a little practice getting comfortable at BP. Get a fifty to learn.
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Start with the basics. The wave. Work on that till you can roll it smooth. Then work on your popping and locking. Watching some old bobby brown videos can help you out on some basics and footwork. Now go get some sheets of old cardboard from the garage. Get your boom box and some fresh D batteries....

Oh, you mean Braking. Just be sure that every time you are up your back foot is on the back brake. Always covering it. And always be aware of the fact that you might need it...NOW. If you get too high, stab it, but be ready to hit the front down hard. It all comes with a little practice getting comfortable at BP. Get a fifty to learn.

i meant braking....i was wtf is the wave
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LEARN ON A HONDA 50CC. end thread.
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LEARN ON A HONDA 50CC. end thread.
what if i dont want to?...continue thread
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what if i dont want to?...continue thread
then buh bye 93 cbr...take video
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what if i dont want to?...continue thread
then you'll be breakin the bike not braking it .
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then buh bye 93 cbr...take video
nah im planning to invest in one, but honestly do you expect me to not wheelie in the meantime?
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nah im planning to invest in one, but honestly do you expect me to not wheelie in the meantime?
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nah im planning to invest in one, but honestly do you expect me to not wheelie in the meantime?
find someone who has a phifty, ride theres for a few hours at least...just dont go out there and wreck on public streets, and seeing that your learning lots are gonna be to small...which is why a dirtbike of some sorts is a awesome learning tool, honda 50's are solid.
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Old 12-07-2008, 10:37 PM   #16
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do it. but a 50 you can jump off of not so much on a 150.

because i guarantee that you will jump off instead of hit the back brake the first couple times you go past bp
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