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Wheelie help.!!!

Discussion in 'General Motorcycling Discussion' started by pranav, Oct 23, 2011.

  1. Hi friends ,
    I am riding gsxr 750 K1, and I want to learn 2nd gear wheelie , I can do 1st gear its easy to get the front right up, but no matter how hard I try, I am not able to get my front up in 2nd gear . may be I am doing something wrong ... I am sick of watching all the video on youtube . but its far different when i take that on field ... Please anybody from Melbourne interested in teaching this .?

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  2. Re: Whellie help.!!!

    Would someone please pass the butter?
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  3. #3 snuff3r, Oct 23, 2011
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  4. Re: Whellie help.!!!

    The problem is you need to put your right glove on first
  5. Re: Whellie help.!!!

    no no its left glove then right boot
  6. Re: Whellie help.!!!

    Check the kill switch first.
  7. Re: Whellie help.!!!

    I'm not saying nothin :)
    nah get up to 80 and pull the clutch...hold WOT and release the clutch.
    She'll come up.
    Oh and to make sure have your mom on the back
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  8. lol some of the threads on this forum...

    try getting the wheel up in first, then shifting into second. to do this, while the wheel is up on first gear, quickly close the throttle and change up using only the gear selector (clutchless shifting) then reopen the throttle. if you did it right, there, you have the wheel up in 2nd. please try this somewhere sensible...
  9. :WStupid:

    FFS, seriously man, have you ever heard the expression "don't feed the tolls"???

    First post, stupid topic, well done on providing sound advice...
  10. :cheeky:
  11. you can only wheelie around supermodels, everyone knows this.
  12. Chicks dig wheelies. Understandable why one would want to learn. :biker:
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  14. You need more weight in the rear. But not outside the bike where it'll mess with aerodynamics, inside.
    pop the pillion seat up and fill the bit underneath with salt.
    Just pour it on in. It'll fill up all the little spaces much better than anything solid.

    Then try the wheelies again. With the extra weight it should come up much easier.
  15. The only people that hate wheelies are the ones that can't do em.....

    Oh and on a side not I wouldn't take riding advice from that retard on the previous page ;)
  16. thats right
  17. take your bike back too where you bought its obviosly broken
  18. This guy decided to attack the problem from the other end, and made it easier for himself by removing weight from the front:

    You could always combine both ideas for extra win. YMMV.
  19. Hey, I know i can't wheelie. i'll stick to corners...
  20. Why limit yourself?....Can't eat sausages every night!