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Question New sp2 owner, cannot wheelie 2nd gear ????

Hello all i am from the 518 ny, and i just cannot seem to wheelie my new sp2...

Just got it, 7380k on the clock... Full yoshi rs3 dual highmount system, pc3, gpr stabalizer, 42 in back stock in front and 530 chain, i cannot seem to get it up in 2nd gear... No matter what i do...

I have to get it up in first, and then try to shift to second... I dont like that...

Can someone help me ?

I was thinking about putting a 46t on the back...
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I've seen it done very easily. The torque is there, however, I think you need to learn this bike more and use the bike more for its intended purpose.

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You definitely have the wrong bike...



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i agree.....

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maybe trade it in for something more your style. say a gsxr or a cbr. these bikes were not engineered by honda for wheelies

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these bikes were not engineered by honda for wheelies
Well said sir....

I bit my tounge with this question.
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Well said sir....

I bit my tounge with this question.
As I believe most of us have.....emergency sewing kit here



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In Florida you get a free ride to central booking with any wheelie.
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In Florida you get a free ride to central booking with any wheelie.
Not just a wheelie, but if your front wheel leaves the ground by any amount.
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Not just a wheelie, but if your front wheel leaves the ground by any amount.
Yes sir, you are quite correct. You in FL too? I'm in Jacksonville.


Edit: of course you're in FL. Next time I'll read your profile info. Lol I'm blaming the fact I'm on my phone.

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