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    thanks for the gyaan mates
    will try soon on my RD
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    Quote Originally Posted by skyscraper View Post
    Popping up wheelies is not a hard job if its done on 1st gear on any bike.. But if u want to carry it for kilometers then you should lift it up on second gear and its bit difficult to lift..

    How to lift bike on 2nd gear?
    Just get on to your bike n ride it for couple of meters around speed of 20/30kmph.. Concentrate on d bike motion n mind it that RPM shld not go above 3000-5000.. clutch release shld be effective n use a bit of rear brake to press the frnt fork.. as the shocks react pull the bike with your forearms at the time of clutch release... Get your bike on to the balancing point so that RPM shld not go up. Rear brake should be used so that if bike goes above the balancing point u can help to get it down easily..
    And please dont spred your legs or dont take out your legs frm the foot pegs if bike react frequently as this will disbalance the bike..
    More will be coming from my side till then work on this it will help you for sure..
    This wheelie funda was according to my style of lifting wheelies..
    whoa... now thats straight from the pro @rudra. listen listen...
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    Quote Originally Posted by yank_2stroker View Post
    thanks for the gyaan mates
    will try soon on my RD
    Dude! I hope you have had your share of monos on smaller bikes.
    If not, then I suggest please don;t go right ahead and start learning on an RD!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 46wannabe View Post
    Dude! I hope you have had your share of monos on smaller bikes.
    If not, then I suggest please don;t go right ahead and start learning on an RD!!!

    -(A concerned xBhpian)
    The RD is the first and only bike i have ever owned. so basically i have grown as a rider with it and i have particularly got accustomed to its two stroke nature and the power delivery pattern. i know all this sounds like utter crap . but thats the way it is for me.
    anyways thanks a lot for showing concern
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    i would love to learn to wheelie on my ZX 10 R

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    Quote Originally Posted by yank_2stroker View Post
    The RD is the first and only bike i have ever owned. so basically i have grown as a rider with it and i have particularly got accustomed to its two stroke nature and the power delivery pattern. i know all this sounds like utter crap . but thats the way it is for me.
    anyways thanks a lot for showing concern

    Nah, it doesnt sound like crap bro.
    All the best to ya. Keep revving
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    i wud like to start off with some small wheelies on my new FZ16.
    btw is there ny chance of damage for the gearbox/clutches or nythin else? coz i dun wanna screw up my new ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aravind_n View Post
    i wud like to start off with some small wheelies on my new FZ16.
    btw is there ny chance of damage for the gearbox/clutches or nythin else? coz i dun wanna screw up my new ride.
    Yes. not the gear box, but clutch for sure.

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    thanks for all your inputs guys..am picking up lots of info and been practising on my R6..first gear for now..still got a long way to mono but think am getting there a few inches of the ground at a time..

    do keep those inputs coming in

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    hi gang
    i would like to know if i can do it on my Gladi.

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