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Old 10-08-2009, 12:10 PM
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Yes...post a video!


WAIT!

Loosen up your rear shocks. Should take the pressure off and the tire will spin a lot easier.
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Old 10-08-2009, 12:48 PM
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On the Dyna, I do rolling burnouts from almost every stopsign and stop light. Pi$$es the wife off a little 'cause she thinks it is irresponsible behavior. I don't know why, but I just enjoy doing them. I have not tried a stationary burnout since I was a kid, but the way I would do it is to park the front wheel against the garage door of a neighbor that you do not particularly care for (at about 2:00 in the morning), rev it up to about 5000 RPMs, and dump the clutch. Take it trhu all 5 (or 6) gears, and then after the house light all come on, take off like a bat outa hell.
I like your style! Just don't come up to N. Aurora and do it!
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Old 10-08-2009, 03:22 PM
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Some good support from the usual suspects and some that don't care but want to comment anyhow; it's all good around here...

Got a bit of unseasonably cold weather up here now; as soon as it lets up a bit I'll be out with an assistant/camera for a least a smoky shot to post and look back on during the winter...think I need more rev's , or might try a splash of liquid under the tire...I'm sure once it spins up the bike will stay in place...

Crashed the CBR1000R last summer and don't miss it (deer). Who would drop a bike just doing a burnout???
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Old 10-08-2009, 04:11 PM
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I dont know... but i know who dropped a bike after doing burn outs!.... THIS GUY! ha ha ah ha
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Old 10-08-2009, 05:02 PM
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the dual disks on mine seem to help. have never had an issue with the front tire moving with the stationary burnouts. the rolling burnouts were as other described rev it up lean forward and dump the clutch
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Old 10-08-2009, 06:01 PM
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After changing my final to about the 3:20's I always do my burn outs in 2nd gear if I want a thick smokin one...if I just want a quick short loud blast burn out I hit 1st gear for just a few feet not much smoke but gets attention! Controlling the rear is easier when the tire is spinning faster...give it a shot! Obviously I don't spend alot of money on good tires, I allways have the urge, LOL!
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I don't think your supposed to be on the bike when you do it.
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dude is that your brothers bike? that is sick!
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make sure to stand up and put some downward pressure on the front forks, squeeze that brake and dump the clutch, and if you have passenger pegs use your calves against them to help hold the bike in place to get it started, just be ready to grab a handfull of clutch if it goes bad and dont panic lol
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