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post #22 of 34 (permalink) Old 04-01-2007, 07:01 AM
 
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dumping the clutch at that high of rpms froma dead stop isnt any good lol unless you have a 20t rear sprocket.

maybe cruising around in 2nd like 45-50 youd need to rev it good to get it up to bp right away, wouldnt do it w/ brake on, id wait until it came up close to bp to put slight pressure on the brake.
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we just bought a 750 the other day, its pretty sweet. Killer stoppies on it. it has a 70t rear sprocket that took some gettin used to but i was scraping bar in 2nd on it after a few mins.

I never cared for 750's much but i like this 02 injected one pretty smooth power
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we just bought a 750 the other day, its pretty sweet. Killer stoppies on it. it has a 70t rear sprocket that took some gettin used to but i was scraping bar in 2nd on it after a few mins.

I never cared for 750's much but i like this 02 injected one pretty smooth power
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post #26 of 34 (permalink) Old 04-04-2007, 01:56 PM
 
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WE myself and a guy i stuntride w/ went in on it to ride for awhile then part out. Its what we do for a living.

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WE myself and a guy i stuntride w/ went in on it to ride for awhile then part out. Its what we do for a living.

If i did have a mouse in my pocket would that be bad??? lol
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post #28 of 34 (permalink) Old 04-04-2007, 10:09 PM
 
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In 1st gear, pull in the clutch...red line it...then let go of the clutch real quick and you will for sure do a wheelie.
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Id say cruise at like 9k chop the throttle then spin it up to about 13 (but at good throttle opening probally like 70% open) and just flick the clutch out.
I can snap it up on an06 r6 like that so deff on your gixxer.

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stop trying for now. when you get more experience with your bike and know its power range better, you'll know where and when to pop the clutch to get the front tire up without eating your bike.
He's right I knw all about it i experienced it" I "had" a GSXR 750 sprad I knw how to raise up Bikes but this one I found out the hard way was a lil different! I popped it at about 14K and the bike popped straight up and over it was all bad after that! Thank god I wasnt riding alone" I got right up and rode the bike home- its amazing I should of been Dead! Honestly!!!

Be careful dude learn ur Bike before trying stunts like that"
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I have a 1999 gsxr 750 srapd- has the ram air/busa parts and all that good stuff i bought the bike like that- the guy i purchased it from said he use to race it at the track....

my question is what is the best way to raise it up" i done wheelies before on other bikes but this one seems to be extremely hard! I popped the cluth in 1st at like 12k one time and it popped straight up and over! luckly the bike suffered minor damaged and i was ok" but it played out like a bad accident that i should of died from! it seems the bike wont raise up unless i dump it at a really high rpm" i have a buddy with the same bike and he says he can only raise in 1st gear at high rpm is the bike jus not one to raise up?
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I have a 1999 gsxr 750 srapd- has the ram air/busa parts and all that good stuff i bought the bike like that- the guy i purchased it from said he use to race it at the track....

my question is what is the best way to raise it up" i done wheelies before on other bikes but this one seems to be extremely hard! I popped the cluth in 1st at like 12k one time and it popped straight up and over! luckly the bike suffered minor damaged and i was ok" but it played out like a bad accident that i should of died from! it seems the bike wont raise up unless i dump it at a really high rpm" i have a buddy with the same bike and he says he can only raise in 1st gear at high rpm is the bike jus not one to raise up?
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post #34 of 34 (permalink) Old 02-15-2009, 11:20 AM
 
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i have a K7-gsxr 750 1st gear stand up wheelies not a problem but shifting into 2nd i lose it an i cant seem to clutch it up in 2nd 2 the balance point any ideas maybe a sprocket?????
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