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05-10-2007 12:33 PM
Originally Posted by .:K2:. View Post
Is everyone wearing a helmet?

i do all the time idk bout everyone else i hope so lol after all we really dont have 9 lives haha
05-10-2007 12:33 PM
Originally Posted by SmartDrug View Post
Why no power wheelies?

there unpredictable, and they require the person to commit at a high rate of speed...unless you rock a litre bike.

nobody that stunts powers up wheelies or any other tricks during wheelies its always clutch its more preditable and allows you to get to bp fast and ride them out slow and constant rather then blowing by people with the tire 2 feet off the ground while trying to chase bp.
05-10-2007 12:06 PM
.:K2:. Is everyone wearing a helmet?
05-10-2007 12:00 PM
Originally Posted by samurai87 View Post
that will be a pretty big jump.....just remember to clutch it up no power whoolies
Why no power wheelies?
05-10-2007 07:33 AM
samurai87 that will be a pretty big jump.....just remember to clutch it up no power whoolies
05-10-2007 03:11 AM
sqrly I was thinking +10. I just want what is easyist because I am lazy, and my feet can not be trusted.
05-09-2007 09:13 PM
samurai87 best gearing is relative to what you want to do......going +5 is a big jump....going +10 is huge...... you can go two ways

going Down (-) in the front is usually about the same as going up 2-3 in the back so if someone says go down 1 in front its like saying +2 in the back so when he said -1 +22 its like saying +24 or +25.

that being said many guys are doing different things. And it is possible to 12 oclock on stock gears. I have seen a guy personally from clutch up a 12 and do circles on a brand new 07 cbr 600rr with stock gearing. Many old school guys recommend learning to 12 and slow down on stock sprockets but the new age guys will say just go up 10 lol or up 15 or even more.
05-09-2007 02:46 PM
SmartDrug -1 on front, +22 out back.
05-09-2007 02:35 PM
gearing for slow wheelies

What is the best front/rear sprocket sizes for slow wheelies?

I have a 96' GSX-R 750, mostly stock.

Lets keep this one on the subject please.


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