I'm getting frustrated trying to learn how to wheelie, read most of the wheelie threads I could find here but its still not clicking.
I have a SMR510 09. Originally I thought I couldn't clutch up the front cause the exhaust was restricted (stock). Well I finally gutted the cans and still can't get the wheel above probably 6 inches.
I know tons of peeps here have huskys maybe you can help.
Rolling along in second gear at around 3500RPM. Next I pull the clutch in a very small amount (just enough to slip right? -do I need to totally disengage the clutch?) then simultaneously give it throttle, about 1/4 turn. As I give it gas the clutch is let out fairly quickly: Result = front wheel coming up a little bit. I'm trying to do all these steps as 1 smooth motion.
Should that be enough gas to get the front up or do you need like 1/2 or more throttle turn? I see vids of people clutching up and it seems they hardly give it any extra gas, when i do it I fell im reving the crap out of it.
Edit: running stock gearing.. Also you people with huskies do you find them power wheeling WOT in the first few gears? can't even seem to power wheelie..