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soo when doing a

wheely, is it harder when ur front is lowered? cause i was able to do it, but for some reason it seems harder then on my friends r6. And when it comes down the handlebar wasn't too shaky but u could notice it.. i almost shit myself tho, lol

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its a touch harder, in terms you need alittle more power and tug



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wheely, is it harder when ur front is lowered? cause i was able to do it, but for some reason it seems harder then on my friends r6. And when it comes down the handlebar wasn't too shaky but u could notice it.. i almost shit myself tho, lol
Any front (in most cases) can come up effortlessly with some clutch play

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i was too afraid to pop the clutch, so i decided to just doing wheelies in 1st. The bike would nly come up around 8000rpm.

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i was too afraid to pop the clutch, so i decided to just doing wheelies in 1st. The bike would nly come up around 8000rpm.
You found your power band, congrats - I really only clutch it up in the 3rd gear range - My pig is a little tough to wrestle up in 3rd without some clutch lovin - 1st and 2nd are just a bounce away

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its a touch harder, in terms you need alittle more power and tug

okay this might sound stupid but what would help add the power/tug? power commander?, air filter? i'm not too sure if it's like a car, where u can add little things and can boost a few horses here and there....

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Sprocket change would be your best bet. Or an extra 50 horsepower.
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