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Mine is usually about 5000RPM until the light changes, then I nail it at the same time I'm letting out the clutch. By the way, Laurent, the first Wednesday night drags this season at Sears Point are on April 3rd. I plan to be there.

 

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for my last 3 bikes,...6R, 9R, 12R....I think it goes like this.....

600cc - @8000

900cc - @6000

1200cc - @5000-6000 I think...




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I just watched some video, and, for me, I slip the clutch between 60'-100' out..... It "feels" like a long way out there. The longer you do it, generally the better chance you have of counter-acting the power wheelie.

Good run Azsportbiker......






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WE-LEE-BARS, are oh so much fun!!!! Drop the clutch at 10k on the 929 and 8 on the TLR! It feels like somebody has just hit you with a train, can only imagine what a 5sec car would be like

 

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Every bike rider would not have the same launch technique...

Practice makes perfect ! Go to the track this week end...

The National Motorcycle Racing Association in holding the

www.WebCamshafts.com NMRA World Finals at www.LACR.net

Every one is invited to come out & race in Sunny California !

For more info go to www.dragbike.com & click NMRA...

Red, *<:){)-
 
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