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post #41 of 179 (permalink) Old 04-19-2005, 10:44 PM
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ive an 03 r1, went down one in the front, wanna go up 2 in the rear now, but local sprocket dealer, "suposid stunter" says i wont be able to ride on the free way. ive read most of these forums and most say -1 +2 should still be alright on the freeway. is there anyone out there with an 03 r1 with -1 +2
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post #42 of 179 (permalink) Old 04-20-2005, 04:26 AM Thread Starter
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you can go -2 +5 and ride on the freeqay. You wont have a problem with -1+2 at all!

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post #43 of 179 (permalink) Old 04-20-2005, 09:01 PM
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thanks, is that what u run cause people r telln me different
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on my r1 i run 1 down in front only. on my 600rr i run 13 up in the back and I go on the freeway daily!

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Thanks for taking the time to write all that up, it is very helpful.

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post #46 of 179 (permalink) Old 07-01-2005, 05:08 PM
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GOOD INFO!!!!!! THANKS
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post #47 of 179 (permalink) Old 09-22-2005, 05:34 PM
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can someone tell me the approx.degrees off the ground they are running at on an 04 2nd gear clutch ups @ 45 mph.Just begining and it feels like im close.Im getting it around 45 degrees.
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at least 10:30 on the clock

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Great Info man, thankz
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post #50 of 179 (permalink) Old 09-27-2005, 06:33 PM
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Dude...you guys are nuts..but then so am I...Ive read many of these threads cuz I would like to try on my Raven. Well it is much different than doing a wheelie on my RD400....whooooa...I went outside behind my house where I have a nice vacant runway street about 1/4 mile and was dropping the clutch...givin rpms,,,the wheel did come up,,,but only about 6-9 inches...whoa....watch it now...I just dont want to smoke the clutch...being a new bike and all...or crash it....no doubt...Im not a stunter, but it would be great to wheelie...I think Im more afraid of messin up the bike, but oh well ,,,,an excuse to get the new 06 LE..what a bad-ass bike..yeah..Maybe I will get a used r1 just to practice on...other than the wheelie thing ,,,I will just stick to my twisties...and very long straights out here....I did go up through Idyllwild , down through Anza,,and made my way across Temecula, and then back to Hemet...nice little 100 mile run...Anyways..very nice info in this thread..and For the record

D-Man.....is crazy......that hop off your bike and back on was sick...stay safe all..and see ya here and there,,,...late
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yea, thats whats' up..... great info

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post #53 of 179 (permalink) Old 11-15-2005, 08:27 PM
Just made this great wheelie.. did you see it?!
 
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awsome advice. will be put to good use.
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post #54 of 179 (permalink) Old 12-05-2005, 10:24 AM
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Thanks for the info!
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When a bigger sprocket is on the rear do you need more throttle control than a stock one???
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When a bigger sprocket is on the rear do you need more throttle control than a stock one???

To a point...going up in the rear means that you will have more torque down low in the rpm's.


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meaning smaller throttle movements provide more of a "jerk" from the bike... it becomes more touchy

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meaning smaller throttle movements provide more of a "jerk" from the bike... it becomes more touchy
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post #59 of 179 (permalink) Old 01-10-2006, 06:07 AM
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1st gear, blip and hold+modulate, try and balance it out. Warning 1st gear = very dangerous....

I could never wheelie, i just could not hold it up there, then a few months back, i just did it.
Now I can wheelie with the best of them. Its crazy, U can go for ages when you find the balance point.

Am learning how to stand up now.
i can pretty much do all the sit down tricks, I can even wave for a few seconds now.
I mastered rolling out endos, and I can do them really good now and very high.
Now I have pretty much mastered sit down wheelies.
I took so long to learn b/c i was fat. I'm super fit now and weigh a lot less, I also have quite a bit of upper body strength happening now, And also My bike has gone through some mild upgrades in performance, so maybe these things have a part to play in the equation overall, but seriously take your time when learning and then one day, it just happens. for me I lost fear in what i was doing, I lost it because I lost someone very important to me. i dont have a death wish but now I am very fast and pretty good at stunts I thought I could never do.

I cant stop wheelieing, its like a wonderful drug I have found...
Have also been playing around with 12'oclocks, very freaky i gotta say, a few times I have gone past 12 but kept it up and going, this is basically sitting down btw, a little off the seat.
Its only really been in the last few days I have started going to 12 and above. I'm taking it slow, Im in no rush to drop my bike.

Yes, There is more to life when you can wheelie good.

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Been trying the clutch up thing... Comes up some but not high enough. I'm thinking I need to let out on the clutch a little faster. Also tried the bounce up method and couldn't get it to work... Practice makes perfect
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