If someboby knows can you Explian to me how to do it!
I would think it was do-able.. with the clutch, a little bit of bounce, and throwing your weight back though. That takes a bit more skill, I guess because you end up jerking the handlebars, making it hard to keep it all straight. I did it once on a 600 cc Yamaha seca II, slammed my nuts when it came back down, and have not really had the urge to try it again.I saw that but i want to know if they do it with a 620 maybe it has not enough power!!
If the front tire was four feet in the air you probably flipped it :krazzz said:NOT true....
"I gaurantee that the 620 will NOT wheelie on it's own, even with PCIII, open airbox and pipes.
You are gonna have to work the clutch and throttle to get it up.
But once you learn what it takes to get it there, it will probably be easy, but just a wide open throttle ain't gonna do it."
I have a 620 that with pipes only would pull the front up about a foot high with throttle (~5,000 RPM, let off for a split second and then WOT.) Now that I have put a 14T, open airbox, PCIII and pipes it will lift the front all the way up. I can reach the balance point that has the front about 4ft in the air. All this WITHOUT using the clutch. Clutching it is way too hard on the clutch and the bike.
Can I plead not guilty since my post was to the newbie that picked it up from the grave? :NAKID said:Welcome to the waaaaaaayyyyyyyy back machine!
p.s. the last post from this thread was over 3 years ago!