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get that power wheelie shit out of here
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nice directions they were very helpful
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Well I gave it another try today. Brought it to about 7k and let off then whacked the throttle, it came up a little bit higher today but when it went back down my balls met the tank... wow did that hurt. How do you guys keep from doing this?
Don't slam the throttle shut once the front comes up. The front will come up, then you back off on the throttle a bit and it'll start to go down, give it a bunch more gas to bring it back up and click into second if you want to ride it out, or give it a little bit of gas (progressively slighlty rolling on the throttle till the front touches) and set it down nice and soft.. it'll save you fork seals too
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You wanna wheelie? http://www.Friction-Point.com/howtowheelie.com


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If your bike is under a 1000 to bring it up in second or third, you will have to compress the shocks when you pop the clutch, also learning to pop the clutch will help you pop wheelies in second and third, if you only learn to power wheelie, you wont be able to get it up in higher gears
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Damn this is pretty detailed.... Good Job!!

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get that power wheelie shit out of here


Just because your bike canít do a power wheelie donít knock it, Most of the time I just power wheelie then shift once then I got plenty of revs to work with.

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I had my buddy doing some slow ones and 12's around a parking lot on mine and he raised my idle speed. Does this have any advantage...and what should I raise it up to?

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i heard 03 zx6rs are good for wheelies, they have a really light front end, my friend used to be able to lift it up by hand(not moving of course)
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please help me i learned to wheelie not to long ago and i think im pretty good my problem is i pop the clutch in 2end and then i ride 2en all the way out how do you keep in one gear and stay in wheelie i get into the ballance point and if i would let off the throttle it will come down please help this bothers me so much and the same if i try to let off a little to try to switch the bike will just come down do you think i need to work on positioning my body.
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please help me i learned to wheelie not to long ago and i think im pretty good my problem is i pop the clutch in 2end and then i ride 2en all the way out how do you keep in one gear and stay in wheelie i get into the ballance point and if i would let off the throttle it will come down please help this bothers me so much and the same if i try to let off a little to try to switch the bike will just come down do you think i need to work on positioning my body.

lol, dude i wish i could help, but im new to wheelying as well. That was just one hell of a run on sentance .. impressive.
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i have 2006 636 i cant lift past 2 or 3 feet. reving at about 6 thou. ne sugg
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in 2nd gear at about 40mph pull in the clutch until it hits about 10,000 then drop the clutch and up you'll go.
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