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I started shifting my wheelies finally. Up in second gear ride out to almost end and shift to 3rd. [}:)][8]
 

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I also have a 03 RR.I have done every thing that i know of to wheelie this damn thing.But every time i do the slipper clutch slips thus no wheelie.????????????.For the record i also have A Built Busa that i can whelie at will so whats the problem??????
 

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Thats my problem I cant shift during the wheelie from 2nd to 3rd. How do you do it exactly cause everytime I try it just comes down or doesnt feel right and loses power.
 

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yea the 6RR is a little tricky to wheelie but on mine i've noticed the rpm's gotta be kinda high.

if you wanna wide open throttle the wheelie with no clutch in 1st get the rpm's up to like 10k range let off then crack it all the way that shit will come up on ya really fast.

2nd gear wheelies i usually get up to about 10k rpm's also but then pull in the clutch and crack the throttle all the way let the clutch out and pull up.

as for the slipper clutch i believe it only works when downshifting hard so the rear wheel doesn't lockup.

anyway goodluck and just keep trying your gonna get it sooner or later
 

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I not a pro so dont hold me to this. I ride at about 9000 grand, pull the clutch in rev it and pop. The bike comes up pretty quick, this is good. YOu can get to the balancing point with little effort. Once up i kind of blip the throtle, like rev, let off, rev, not to hard just a little. When doing this on the let off shift, then continue. This is only my method!!! try at own risk [email protected]#$%^&*(). Also set shift light a little lower for this so you will have an idea that it is almost time to shift, rather than at the red zone.
 

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Also just practice alot it will eventually come. Keep the rev high before you shift because you need power up for the next gear.
 
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