Hello, I've been trying to improve my body position and wanted some critique and tips on my current form, namely my hang off and the position that my knee slider touches the ground. I've noticed that my knee sliders do not wear evenly; with the pucks contacting the ground at the top, leaving the bottom of the pucks barely scathed. I've compromised by shifting the pucks higher on the velcro such that it is pretty much right below my knee cap. I figured this must be a problem with my body position and foot peg placement. Or maybe I'm stretching out my knee a bit too hard to get that knee down although, I've recently started the tuck the knee back in after the intial touch. I've watched many videos of Ninja 300 riders and their hang off forms i.e Murtanio on YouTube, but I can't pinpoint the differences between our body positions. Somehow they manage to evenly wear out their pucks as they drag their knee, whereas I only contact the top of the pucks. My friends have suggested I shouldnt angle my leg down so low towards the ground. However, theoretically if we wanted to drag knees, if his knee is initially higher/futher away from the ground, it would require more lean angle for him to achieve knee down. Which leads me to my next question. I know for a fact that I shift more ass during a corner than my friend. However, he still has chicken strips whilst I do not. If I'm hanging off that much more, wouldn't my lean angle be reduced thus leaving me with chicken strips, whilst he would be leaning a lot more leaving him with no chicken strips? Or maybe my hang off is ineffective? And also, if I have no chicken strips, does that mean I've once reached the maximum lean angle for the tire? If I were to go beyond that lean angle, using the very edge of the tire, would I slip and lose traction? I've yet to scrape any hard parts but just a bit paranoid as to whether I should experiment with new body positions and push the bike just a bit further. Thank you for your time!