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Interesting info. However, if this is the case, how come that all the other stunt riders wheelie for miles and miles.... Did they change something to the bike, to make sure oil keeps running in the engine?

ps: I only have 5 gears not 6
I believe you can modify the pickup tube location, or I think there are some companies that sell oil pans designed for this with baffles that stop all the oil from going to the back of the pan, don't know them off the top of my head but with a little digging you should be able to find them.

That being said I think you'll be fine unless you plan on going for miles and miles...
 
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Originally Posted by remloos View Post
Interesting info. However, if this is the case, how come that all the other stunt riders wheelie for miles and miles.... Did they change something to the bike, to make sure oil keeps running in the engine?

ps: I only have 5 gears not 6
Nothing needs changing, it wont suck air with the standard setup.
 
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If you want to do a wheelie get a Sportster.
 
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I found a couple instructionals on the tube.

Get it!

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If you want to do a wheelie get a Sportster.



 
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I found a couple instructionals on the tube.
https://youtu.be/rodhf4-r7F8

Get it!

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I've seen them all. Most of them are not 88ci. However I found a bunch of vids (88ci) on insta. I got this
 
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Never even tried it on the Dyna - I would consider that abusive to the poor thing. Now my Kaw will wheelie effortlessly just give it some throttle, but I still don't do it. Wheelies have never been a thing I felt a desire to do.
 
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You can wheelie anything with the correct sprocket set up, obviously you will lose all your top end and also run through the gears more often. I have a ZX10r to ride special ed, I bought a Harley to finally relax.
 
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I have a ZX10r to ride special ed.
Harder to keep the front end on that thing down than to make it wheelie.
 

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