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post #61 of 119 Old 08-01-2016, 09:16 PM
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Yo Thug, put the bike in 2ND gear, find a slight uphill road section, do a constant 6-7,000 rpm's, feather the clutch out (quick like) and up she goes. I stand up so it's easier to shift my upper body weight forward or back to keep the bike in a wheelie. Throttle control is key (as you know) so you don't go over or set it down too quick. If you don't have -1 sprocket in the front, that is part of the problem.
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Yo Thug, put the bike in 2ND gear, find a slight uphill road section, do a constant 6-7,000 rpm's, feather the clutch out (quick like) and up she goes. I stand up so it's easier to shift my upper body weight forward or back to keep the bike in a wheelie. Throttle control is key (as you know) so you don't go over or set it down too quick. If you don't have -1 sprocket in the front, that is part of the problem.
i CAN STAND IT UP ALL DAY IN 2ND GEAR WITH MY STOCK SPROCKETS BRO BUT I WANTED TO BE ABLE TO POP IT UP IN THIRD GEAR LIKE 80 MPH ? LOOKIN AT SPROCKET SETUPS NOW WANTING THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS AS IN WHEELIE CITY WITHOUT LOSING ALL MY TOP END END KINDA LIKE WANTING TO GET BIG AND LEAN AT THE SAME TIME !

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Dude, it's all I can do to get my 6 up in 2nd. I've never tried 3rd because I know it would never happen. That's with -1/+2.
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id watch a video on you tube if I were you.. you don't seem to be too clued up popping wheelies so will most probably hurt yourself..
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id watch a video on you tube if I were you.. you don't seem to be too clued up popping wheelies so will most probably hurt yourself..
i DONT BELIEVE I AM PROBABLY THE PROBLEM WITH THIRD GEAR WHEELIES AS I HAVE NO PROBLEM POPPING THEM UP IN FIRST AND SECOND I WOULD HAVE TO LOOK FOR A 3RD GEAR STOCK SPROCKET WHEELIE VIDEO LOL

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post #67 of 119 Old 08-09-2016, 11:12 PM Thread Starter
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Bike still doesnt run to full potential trying to figure out whats wrong. I do a few extreme fail clutch ups at the end. Am i dropping the clutch to fast im assuming ? any advice i would appreciate
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Bike still doesnt run to full potential trying to figure out whats wrong. I do a few extreme fail clutch ups at the end. Am i dropping the clutch to fast im assuming ? any advice i would appreciate
Stahpppp with those power wheelies lol. Refer to the videos below. It should improve your wheelie game.

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I watched them . I just need to keep practicing more lol . Not too worried about rushing it eventually I'll learn . Any reason they say the 636 04-05 year is one of the best stunt bike? Or is that just myth
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Cameren, how's the wheelie game coming along? Let's see some vids!
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I've been dealing with some fuel pump issues so haven't been riding too much . Once this is fixed though I'll post some videos up for sure .
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HERE IS SOME NEW FOOTAGE OF MY Progress. I will be posting one video a week unforotunately still hitting the damn power wheelies. I'm trying with the clutch getting the hang of it . Channel name is KawiCam636 . Subscribe and like . I will be posting a new video each week of the homies and me riding, stunting and just having fun. ! Link is also below .https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC9...EyNXGg
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Alright everyone, I have finally after all this time figured out what I have been doing wrong!! I have been trying to drop the throttle way to fast before revving the bike up. I haven't really tried to clutch up I have been just powering up but it has been getting old because It is hard to ride it out when I power it up due to the bike already being high in RPMs and the engine jerking. I am now trying to get the timing down on how much to revv it up before dropping the throttle. I will post videos in the next week. Unfortunately it will be raining all weekend here in Cali
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post #74 of 119 Old 10-19-2016, 12:01 PM
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I ended last season riding wheelies out from 1st till it taps then busting my seals on the way down😭 happy to say I'm ending this season in 2nd around 50-70 riding them out up to 1 minute 15 seconds and gracefully returning the front wheel to the ground lol sometimes if I have a lot of space I'll mess around and pull it up in 3rd because it's less touchy. Hoping to slow down to about 40 next season so I don't run out of road as fast and turns are less dramatic. Bike is stock btw with a pinebox screamer.I'm hoping to keep it stock and get better because she's also my DD
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post #75 of 119 Old 10-19-2016, 12:07 PM
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Wow I just realized how random that was after scrolling up a bit and have to apologize for interrupting. Cameren Goodluck. And thug I have a 03 636 stock, it comes up in 3rd but it can't do all the work, use your body a bit carefully, I usually pull up in 3rd between 50 and 60 mph
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