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i don't know if it's me or if any body else consciencely notices that amount of compensatios required when your wheeling with a full tank of gas. does gas levels ever effect your guys?
 

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yep, the first really nice wheelie i ever rode when i landed i noticed my gas light was on.
 

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Gas level doesnt make it harder or easier to me. I couldnt do highchairs if just a little gas in the tank would stop me from doing a wheelie.
 

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Originally posted by minytrker
Gas level doesnt make it harder or easier to me. I couldnt do highchairs if just a little gas in the tank would stop me from doing a wheelie.

That's true... unless you were using some very leaded gas of course.[:p]




Bad joke[xx(]
 

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It doesn't make that much difference like Minytrker said. 30lbs of gas is nothing compared to 180lbs of ass.
 

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ive had better wheelie days with a full tank than being on empty...go figure[V]
 

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back when i was learning it seemed to be easier to wheelie with little to no gas but i can do them just as good with full tank now its all mental.
 

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It does make difference to beginners, but after you get it right it realy doesn't matter at all. I clutch it to 11-12 o'clock from 3rd gear on 8-9k, with strong pull on handlebars, and legs on rear pegs.
 

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Originally posted by 2002yellowzx6r
wow, you guys have gas lights...must be nice :D
well yes it is:D

but the first time it poped on I was like [:M99] is this light[:M74]
 
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