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Has anyone done, or know how to do a rolling burnout say from already doing 30mph. I remember seeing a video of someone on an R1 doing this maybe the bike has enough power, but damn I was thinking I would wreck trying that. He just cracked open the throttle and feathered the front brake didn't even stand and lean forward, easier said then done...?
 

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Ever heard of a mad max?

Basically you lean over your gas tank and start praying. Pull the clutch in, red line your bike, and then drop the clutch. One of two things will happen, a very nice burnout and you take off like a rocket with your tire spinning or a very nice stand up wheelie.

You can do burnouts while already moving by clutching it and then gently holding the front brake.

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Good grief Charlie Brown.

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I would have to say rolling burnouts can be done pretty easy If you dont have the fear of the bike getting sidways on you while your doing it I used to do them on my old EX500 no prob but not on my 6R yet. just feather that front break and twist that throttle leaning forward puts that rear wheel in the air for more smoke.






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You guys should download BTB Pimp's video - there's lots of footage of him doing this. There's a link somewhere if you search all his posts for keyword "video"...

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There is a good video of a guy on a CBR 929 I believe that does a really good rolling burnout but it's from more like 5 or 10 MPH. It looks AWESOME! If any of you guys have KaZaA search for "CBR 929 RR unbelievable" and watch the video. I would try and upload it but I have no link here. I'm definitely not a techie! [:p]

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if youve never done a burnout while moving you should first start form a stop, reak that rear wheel lose and then take off while keeping the rear wheel loose. This way is much easier and you get the feel of how much clutch and throttle to lt out so you dont go sideways. After you mastered this one then you can start breaking lose from going 30. then after your done with that....go get yourself a new tire![:p]

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There was a post in the general section about someone crashing while attempting one of these. He's not lookign for parts. I'm not picking on him, but try to use it as a wakeup call everybody. if you can't afford the repair bill (and who can - or wants to?) then is it really worth it? Unless you've got someone video taping you, you don;t even get to see it :D. To each his own, just use you head out there guys. I'll admit I love to watch stunts, but not participate.
 

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That was me :D
It's wasn’t the first time, and it will not be last. It will come out to be around $450 for parts, if I get them all new, not too bad. ( I hope to find some used, save a few $)
Grunt_99 is right, use your head, and make sure you have the $ to fix the bike up.

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I was hoping you wouldn't take that as a personal attack or a somethign. Was just trying to point out what can happen to those who might get sucked into doign tricks without realizing the full implications. :)
 

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so how exactly does one do a rolling burnout without coming from a stop?

what mph are you at? And do you wanna have ur front shocks loaded? (i mean if ur slowing down rite before u do a rolling burnout, do u hit the brakes to make the front shocks go all the way down?)

Here's my guess of how to do one (i can do ones from a stop alreddy). But correct me if Im wrong:
from 50 mph, slow down to 10mph with all front brake. Have the front brake halfway in, clutch and rev to about 9000. While at 10mph, release clutch until u feel the clutch grab again. When u feel the clutch grab, lean over tank and rite before u release more of the clutch, hold in front brake a little harder...

is that rite? thats a guess remember... ha... dont flame me...
 
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