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Whats up guys ...I dunno if you remember my old post about being a pussy and wheelin but, yeah!!! I finnaly pulled it off tonight ...Had one about head/chest height for a good 20 yards or so lol ...Im so addicted now ...Cant wait to fix the older f2 and wheelie it so i dont care to **** it up!! Just thought id share .... AWESOME FEELING!!!!!!!! :) :) :)
 

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Insane!!! I was grinnign like a dumbass!!! I loved it ...Now im bound to wreck lol but oh well ..learn to ride
 

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Good job bro. Just be careful. After you get up so high, the front end gets really light, so you gotta be careful with that right hand.
 

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Cool....you should add that to the positives of your for sale ad....it'll bring in more prospective buyers. :twofinger
 

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All I could manage were power wheelies. Once you get the rpm range down and the balance, it's addicting. One of these days I gotta learn to clutch 'em up.

Enjoy the practice!
 

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Somewhat OT, but is there a name for a stunt where you sit on the gas tank, no feet, no hands?????
 

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Yeah I just used the clutch up method in first ...Felt more in control for me : p . And I think iam keep the ol hogs for now also
 

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Yeah, it's defintely addicting. My friend annoys the hell out of me when he has a bike. Does standup wheelies every three minutes regardless of where we are. if there's a clear stretch...wheelie. He's just about ruined the affect of wheelies for me, I swear.
 

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Twinsen said:
Yeah, it's defintely addicting. My friend annoys the hell out of me when he has a bike. Does standup wheelies every three minutes regardless of where we are. if there's a clear stretch...wheelie. He's just about ruined the affect of wheelies for me, I swear.
sounds like me. LOL, ask anyone i ride with :D
 

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Cool....you should add that to the positives of your for sale ad....it'll bring in more prospective buyers. :twofinger
Sounds like someone had a big glass of hateraid today! Maybe they can chase it with a cup of shutthefuckup! :eek:

Went one tooth down on the front and I bring the front up all the time now!
 

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DEVIN22CBR said:
Whats up guys ...I dunno if you remember my old post about being a pussy and wheelin but, yeah!!! I finnaly pulled it off tonight ...Had one about head/chest height for a good 20 yards or so lol ...Im so addicted now ...Cant wait to fix the older f2 and wheelie it so i dont care to **** it up!! Just thought id share .... AWESOME FEELING!!!!!!!! :) :) :)

When'd you go again?
 

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When you drop the bike...do the rest of us a favor and don't claim it on insurance.

...let the flames begins... (I'll go over here and put on my asbestos suit)
 

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just take your time while learning!
there is no reason why you cant learn how to ride nice wheelies without crashing,just dont get greeedy!cover that brake,be prepared,and enjoy it :)
Great feeling indeed.
 

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:eek: If someone ever see's MY front wheel that high PLEASE dial 911 immediatly cause somethin BAD is fixin to happen :lol
 

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Devin you don't have full coverage on it anyway do you? That means you guys don't have to worry about the rates going up or being able to claim it. That's why I just have liability. I wreck, I fix it, no one's insurance goes up :)
 

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Devin, at what RPM do you let the clutch out. I have tried power wheelies on my f2 and I use to be able to get some up a foot or so, but lately I can't. My chain is a little loose, could that affect it? Anyways, I want to try with the clutch, and I know every bike is different, but my bike is more like yours than others so I was just wondering when you let off the clutch. Thanks
 

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ocbasbalburg, the rpms are not as important as the power. When you slip the clutch and are letting it back out, you want to have it pretty much wide open by the time the clutch engages. The f2 comes up really easy. I can bounce mine up in 2nd and 3rd comes up by bouncing and clutching at the same time. Your chain being loose shouldn't be a problem unless it's so loose that it jumps teeth. Practice is all it is.

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