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    No clutch wheelies, no problem!

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    Stock gearing??? I cant get mine to come up at all!!

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    14 tooth front

    Notice my weight transfer when I "punch it", that's the key..... I could do it with the 15 tooth also, but it is easier with the 14.
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    T dub power!!!! Small and mighty love it

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    Nice!! I like it! Weight shifting is totally the key! When I release the throttle I lean a bit forward to increase my momentum and distance for the "shift back" and throttle up.

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