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Old 04-29-2009, 05:39 PM   #41
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CRF80, 100, 150 KLX/TTR 125 or up that also has a clutch. I think anyone who gets one of these bikes will progress faster and transfer over to a big bike better.
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CRF80, 100, 150 KLX/TTR 125 or up that also has a clutch. I think anyone who gets one of these bikes will progress faster and transfer over to a big bike better.
Thanks everyone. I think i found my answer. I remember my kx being extremely twitchy when at the balance point. I wonder if anyone will rent me their stunt bike with a 12 bar for a day lol
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Old 04-29-2009, 05:57 PM   #43
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CRF80, 100, 150 KLX/TTR 125 or up that also has a clutch. I think anyone who gets one of these bikes will progress faster and transfer over to a big bike better.

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CRF80, 100, 150 KLX/TTR 125 or up that also has a clutch .I don't know how to stunt a 50 so I think anyone who gets one of these bikes will progress faster and transfer over to a big bike better.
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Thanks everyone. I think i found my answer. I remember my kx being extremely twitchy when at the balance point. I wonder if anyone will rent me their stunt bike with a 12 bar for a day lol
klassik rents his out on sundays for $25
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wow... explain here so that everyone knows
Only if he tries to say Im lying... And I would make a new thread so I wont this one out.


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Only if he tries to say Im lying... And I would make a new thread so I wont this one out.


Trust me I want to tell all but Im trying to keep my cool.
I appreciate your hesitance to my thread out.

BUT, I think you are now obligated to start a new thread and let everyone know What if we one day do business with whoever your talking about?
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my first time to hit balance point was on the freeway and i rode a reallly long wheelie with no back brake control and i was in 3rd gear on my r6
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I've been practicing on my crf100.
Haven't mastered rear brake yet, but at least my have grown enough to bring it up to BP and hold it for a while.

When I jumped on the 450, it felt a lot easier to bring it up.
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I've been practicing on my crf100.
Haven't mastered rear brake yet, but at least my have grown enough to bring it up to BP and hold it for a while.

When I jumped on the 450, it felt a lot easier to bring it up.
start tappin the back brake on balance point get the feel of it keep playing then when once u got the feel of the brake bringin u back forward start dippin that bad boy further back then when u got that down haul on a wheelie then at the top of the gear dip it back pull in the clutch and coast it lol then ur gangster
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start tappin the back brake on balance point get the feel of it keep playing then when once u got the feel of the brake bringin u back forward start dippin that bad boy further back then when u got that down haul on a wheelie then at the top of the gear dip it back pull in the clutch and coast it lol then ur gangster
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