Yes dropping the clutch does work better. When leaning you put your weight on the front (wrists?). If the back tire starts to bounce, sometimes putting more pressure on the pegs will help.LorenGPhD said:Does dropping the clutch work better? Also, when leaning forward above you tank, where do you put your weight? On your wrists or your feet? Or do you put some weight physically on the tank?
Have you ever tried giving more throttle when wheel is skipping? The wheel would spin faster and create less friction.jeisun said:Yes dropping the clutch does work better. When leaning you put your weight on the front (wrists?). If the back tire starts to bounce, sometimes putting more pressure on the pegs will help.
I have trouble with the front wheel skipping. I think it's because I put too much brake??? The thing is sometimes I can't even do a stand still burnout because my front tire keeps skipping. I push down as hard as I can on the front and it still skips???
My problem was the front wheel would skip. How do you lift with your thighs when your feet are on the ground? It doesn't happen all the time, I think it was because the front tire was cold and by then the back was pretty hot after doing some rolling burn outs.2005R6RIDER said:if your having problems with still burnouts lift the bike with your thighs