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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-15-2006, 06:53 PM Thread Starter
 
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I've done alot of them and alot of people love to do them. now i'm not good at them and i just started but i can get it up i was just wondering how to keep it up and going. o and also i was wondering what you guys thought about the 2006 kawasaki z750s honestly. because i was thinking about trading it in for a zx9r. i need some input
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-15-2006, 06:57 PM
 
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its all about throttle control and balance at this point. Also you need to learn how to shift while the front wheel is up so you don't tach out and hit the rev limiter.

and if I hadn't done so already
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its all about throttle control and balance at this point. Also you need to learn how to shift while the front wheel is up so you don't tach out and hit the rev limiter.

and if I hadn't done so already

The Z750S and ZX9R are two completely different bikes. The 9R is not beginner friendly either.

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I think SV should be able to talk to you about wheelies. The 9R has the power but the front end is heavy and w/o the throttle response of FI...its a bit harder to put up.




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I think SV should be able to talk to you about wheelies. The 9R has the power but the front end is heavy and w/o the throttle response of FI...its a bit harder to put up.
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do a search on the topic, theres a ton of past posts about different ways to do em... but spell it right.. Wheelies.
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do a search on the topic, theres a ton of past posts about different ways to do em... but spell it right.. Wheelies.
There are tons of topics here on TWF on this subject cuz
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