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You must be talking when I did the stand up. I need to adj air presure also. I did not notice that one till I watched the vid. I heard the sound when I clutched it. I need to bring it back a little more to. Best one I did was sitting when I held it at 40mph.
 

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you need to use the rear brake if you clutch it up and dont catch it with the rear your laying on your back. like WTF happened? also clutch up every wheelie. and practice keeping them steady wheelies are better when their not at mach 10. Keep it up you'll get it :)
 

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One thing I dont like about power wheelies, is your at high rpms and you pull it up and then your hauling ass. When I clutch it, it pops up and stays around the same speed if I get it to the balance point. Sit downs are easiest for me, I sit back a bit, clutch it and just ride it till I want to set it down. Its all about finding that balance point so the bike does not need alot of forward momentum to keep it in the air. All I can say is practice, practice, practice....
 

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FYI your not at ballance point if you were you would flip "USE THE REAR BRAKE"
 
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