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Old 03-10-2009, 04:44 PM   #21
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ok so wuts a good tire pressure for circles??? im about to get "hexagons" on lock lol
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Old 03-10-2009, 04:50 PM   #22
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guess i gota add air then and i cant lean like a gangsta... maybe i gotta sip somethin then go try lol
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Old 03-10-2009, 05:48 PM   #24
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guess i gota add air then and i cant lean like a gangsta... maybe i gotta sip somethin then go try lol
but i must say....gangsta lean is a must for the Os....

btw dont runt 10-15psi you might keep it steadier for a while during wheelies, but when you step your game up to some circles or whatnot, youll need like 30+ psi

ps if you deflate your front tire, it makes wheelies much easier due to the reduced weight of the front end.....but beware wheelies snap up much quicker.
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Old 03-10-2009, 06:13 PM   #25
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i think i got like 20 but i dunno i dont ever check it i just go ride
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Old 03-10-2009, 06:24 PM   #26
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thats how much is in there right now lol guess i can add some more see wut happens for circles
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i use my bike for the street and lot... my tires pre. is at 30 in the front and 32 in the rear and its fine for me.
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If I were you I would run less and just start putting more in as I went. More air will help you turn in easier but if you can keep it steady then you might need more.
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just buy a 50. just cause there arent any people in houston stunting a 750 doesnt mean it cant be done. get a 50. it will save lots of time and money.
i think your right im tired of messin my up and progressin too slow.

how much do 50s go for?
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Get something bigger than a 50. You will learn more and it will transfer over better than a 50.
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i just bought an xr50 with a 3v 110 motor on it for 400
I am talking about something with a longer wheel base and a clutch.
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I am talking about something with a longer wheel base and a clutch.
a 150 would be perfect.
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so 50 is a waste of time or what
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so 50 is a waste of time or what
No, just not as good as something bigger.
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i was use to clutchin a bigbike up to bp without the brake... i got on a fiddy learned the back brake and got back on my bike and bam i had idle down no problem so i guess if ur not use to clutchin up a big bike then get something bigger then a 50
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