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learning to ride wheelies

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i am trying to learn to ride wheelies on a raptor 660 and i could use some tips if you have any at all that could help me the problem i am having is keeping the front up thank you all for any input you give

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You just have to find the sweet spot where it balances, You have to commit to getting the front pretty high.

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ive been trying to find my balanceing point its not as easy as it looks lol but thank you

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i dont have a grab bar on this one but i have tryed in that postition and its more better for me im just worried ill toss it back to far and bam there goes my exaust i have some vids on my profile of me trying then both sitting down and knee in the seat

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The big Raptors are the most wheelie happy machines I have ever ridden, so you have the right quad for it. Just keep practicing, you will get it, it is just a matter of feeling out the balance of the machine like Bot told you.

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hey i thank ya'll for the tips i been workin on it like crazy and i was starting to think i was doing something wrong... but thanks

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You might want to put a grab bar on it so you don't tweek your exhaust, but I agree with Bot practice is probably the best way to get it.

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Give it some gas, then let go of the clutch right away. If u do it right, the bike will easily go up.

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GET A GRAB BAR! When you are learning wheelies it's almost a gaurantee that you will go back far enough to hit it a few times. It's even more likely when you decide to learn to shift with the front end up. Every quad is different when learning and I agree with everyone else. Practice, Practice, Practice!

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