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Old Dec 31, 2012, 01:43 AM
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Originally Posted by chktm View Post
Too much fun TJ lol. Did you notice many wobbles are usually started when the front wheel doesn't grip after lifting and dropping while the bike is leaned over a bit much. The rear is usually pretty planted unless you really go silly on the throttle.
Me & my mate went out for a run today as well i was trying to practice coming off the berm without any wobbles it is all to do with throttle control like you say, i was starting to get the hang of it & with a Deegan it will be even better, we put a 12 pinion on my mates bike it goes much better but he now needs even more throttle control lol.
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