On my 500, if you twist the throttle in first then let up still in gear so the forks are fully compressed and then hit the throttle again hard, the front tire will lift up 6-12". It could probably go more if I kept the throttle on, but I only do what i feel comfortable with and I dont feel comfortable with the front wheel up 4 feet. I would not recomend trying this if you haven't gotten to know your bike really well. NEVER do attempt this on public roadways even if you have the room to do so.jemberlin said:How do I do a small one?
r409z said:cold shift? I have done a huge wheelie on accident when I was racing a buddy on a 900RR. We were both revving until we got the go signal and both of our front wheels came up real high...he is pretty good at stunting, but this was first for me. It got the adreniline pumping and scared me at the same time.( not really a race...he just wanted to see how bad he could beat me) Keep in mind we were both wearing gear and in a closed off area.
You can use the clutch you just have to be quick about it to keep the wheel up.500r said:just back off the trottle a very litlle bit then shifting up a gear without using the clutch i thought it was called cold shifting that is what we all called it on the atv.