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post #4 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-17-2004, 05:01 PM
 
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Hey how do you guys pull wheelies so easily?

Is it the gearing combined with the light weight?
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post #5 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-17-2004, 06:08 PM
 
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Good question, I would also like to know, I always just assumed it was the experience?

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Good question, I would also like to know, I always just assumed it was the experience?

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You right, it's something you learn how to do. Gearing helps but almost every or every bike that I've been on will wheelie. It's more of a feel type thing you need to get use to and that comes with experience.
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Hey how do you guys pull wheelies so easily?

Is it the gearing combined with the light weight?
clutch!

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Yeah that too.
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You right, it's something you learn how to do. Gearing helps but almost every or every bike that I've been on will wheelie. It's more of a feel type thing you need to get use to and that comes with experience.
you'll have to give me some pointers next season... when you got some time to spare...
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post #10 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-18-2004, 02:04 AM
 
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If I tried something like this would I risk the chance of burning my clutch? I assume you guys who wheelie are engaging at a high RPM and holding it there until the front wheel lifts?
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Hey how do you guys pull wheelies so easily?

Is it the gearing combined with the light weight?
NOPE...WHAT YOU DO IS...

PULL IN THE CLUTCH
PUT THE GEAR IN FIRST
PINNED THE THROTTLE
THEN DROP THE CLUTCH

LEMME KNOW HOW IT GOES

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NOPE...WHAT YOU DO IS...

PULL IN THE CLUTCH
PUT THE GEAR IN FIRST
PINNED THE THROTTLE
THEN DROP THE CLUTCH

LEMME KNOW HOW IT GOES
Pinned the throttle?
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