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    Re: Clutch + wheelies

    Quote Originally Posted by Bad Santa 1050

    All the advice about covering the rear brake etc is spot on. That said, its easier said than done

    Sliding along the road at 60mph on your back, watching your speedy cartwheel and spark in front of you isn't as fun as it sounds...
    i fully agree with this guy
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    Re: Clutch + wheelies

    I power first and second pretty easy but the clutch up is way easy. Run her to 40 in second. Clutch in a lil and pop it holding the throttle at the same level as before. When it starts up I ease into the throttle till I get where I want to be. Simple enough.
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    Re: Clutch + wheelies

    I found clutchin wheelies on speedy damn near impossible.

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    Re: Clutch + wheelies

    Quote Originally Posted by cheapbastard
    I found clutchin wheelies on speedy damn near impossible.

    I've been practicing but cant seem to persuade her to come up every time, I'll keep trying with the suggested tips. any thoughts about body position, far back or normal riding position?

    And yes I get the sexual innuendo

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    Re: Clutch + wheelies

    Quote Originally Posted by cheapbastard
    I found clutchin wheelies on speedy damn near impossible.

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    Re: Clutch + wheelies

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheapbastard
    I found clutchin wheelies on speedy damn near impossible.
    Any ways of making it easier thou? apart from fully open throttle and standing on the rear seat

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    Re: Clutch + wheelies

    Body position/placement - Upright in a neutral position that allows you to lean forward if the front rises quicker than desired.

    The front comes up a bit easier if you load up the rear suspension first. Basically you want the suspension to feel the way it does as when compresses - rolling on the power in first you feel it compress - the rear squat down, if power is then cut and reapplied, you'll feel the front get light or even lift. Prob with this is it ain't very controlled. Even with stock gearing and tune it'll lift the front if you savagely go to full throttle in first - again, lacking in control.

    So, load the suspension up in 2nd, by accelerating to 35-40mph or so, then ease off the power briefly/momentarily, grab clutch and at same time hand full of throttle and release clutch. Its very much a case of feel, but initially I used to watch the tacho to and release the clutch at various revs to get a feel of how quick and how high it comes up for a given rpm. Needless to say dumping the clutch at 6k will be somewhat a fizzer compared to dumping it at redline. Try for 7.5krpm first then work your way up higher in the rev range. You can clutch up without loading up suspension, however it is easier if you do.

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    Re: Clutch + wheelies

    I don't see how yours don't come up easy. Clutchless ill roll on then off then hit it and it pulls right up. Clutch it coming up really easy. Maybe you are leaning forward out of instinct. In first if I don't lay on the tank the front wheel cones off the ground at the top of the rpm range when you ease into it. Even laying on the tank the front gets really lite.
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    Re: Clutch + wheelies

    Quote Originally Posted by disposablehero
    I don't see how yours don't come up easy.
    Maybe you are leaning forward out of instinct.

    Try grippin' that bitch with yer legs and loosen your grip on the bars gradually.






    Mine doesn't clutch up at all since 2nd decided to take a dive

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    Re: Clutch + wheelies

    Just give it a kind of YHUT UGH, it will come right up.
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