resurrection, i did a standstill burnout at bikenite. I know it's not a roller but gotta start somewhere.
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so when the rear moves to the right, you steer to the right too? do you shift your weight at all, like o the bars or pegs? how do you recover if it goes too far? and how do you finish it, just ease off the gas or clutch in?
just trying to get my head around it before i give it a go... i read the thread and it sounds simple enough but i really dont want to bin it
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Did this last night after work after reading this thread. Works great and is a lot easier than i thought it would be. Not going to be going crazy with it as i like my tires but when i need a new back i will mess with it some more.
Bikes: 05 Big Wheel/ 08 girlfriend/ 07 girlfriend (wrecked)
Location: Nor Cal, USA
rolling burn outs at 60 ay...................
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