doing wheelies?

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  1. samonkahonk

    samonkahonk New Member

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    dunno how many people stunt in here...but i've been trying to clutch up my wheelies and sometimes it comes up but sometimes my back tire just spins.

    any advice? am i revving to high? letting the clutch out too fast?
     
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    make sure your back tires are warm, feather the clutch out quickly but not a pure dump, might need slightly higher rpm in doing this
    It takes alot of balls to just dump a clutch like that so its not gonna happen and be perfect everytime
    oh yea and stay off the street
     
  3. BlkDrgnZ28

    BlkDrgnZ28 OT Supporter

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    let the clutch out while your rolling on the gas hard and it will come up quickly but can you hold a power wheelie without freaking out about it cause if you can't get used to that first or your just asking for disaster
     
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    what tire? even with my really shitty rear on my GS700, I can clutch it up no problem...
     
  5. samonkahonk

    samonkahonk New Member

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    if by power wheelie you mean going ~40mph and then letting off the gas and then flooring it i can get it up for about half a block...

    its just clutching it that i just spin out for somereason
     
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    umm not sure. its a stock tire on a 07 gsxr 600
     
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    yea thats what i've been doing..just pulling clutch in..revving up and dumping it. hanvet really been doing it on any busy or even residential streets...just wide open empty streets early in the morning :dunno:
     
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    lol, my SV (while not stock) would bring it up as far as I wanted to in 1st... would've been damn easy to loop it if I wanted to.



    what's your rear tire pressure?
     
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    don't just dump the clutch slip the clutch while rolling on the throttle just dumping and your gonna spin cause your putting too much power down to fast
     
  10. samonkahonk

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    i actually have no idea what my rear tire pressure is
     
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    not to be a douche, but you're stunting and you don't even know what pressure your tires should have?:eek3:
     
  12. ZxHunteR

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    lo fucking l

    life insurance policy stat
     
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    lol yea:hsd:
     
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    samonkahonk New Member

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    well...what tire pressure do you guys use?
     
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    hey i'de like to hear the right tire pressure too probably could just look on google but im too lazy to grab the mouse
     
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