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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-15-2003, 07:18 PM Thread Starter
 
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hey i was wondering how to do burnout on a zx7. my tires are almost gonne and i got a new one. i really like to do a brunout and i do not know how to do. when i tried to do it the bike turn of, may be because i did not release the cultch the right way. how to keep the bike stable and what should i watch for.
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Get off the seat as much as possible (easier said than done if you`re short, no problem if you`re tall), put 2-3 fingers on the front brake and squeeze as hard as you can, once you think its good enough, squeeze a little harder, pull in the clutch, rev the engine up a little (fingers still holding brake as hard as possible) and start slipping the clutch, the nose should go down a little, and the back end should lift a little (every action has an equal and opposite reaction, I leernd sumthyng en skewl)give it a little more gas and finish letting out the clutch, the back tire should break lose... from there on you can peg the tach or just keep it steady, depending on how fast you want to blow the tire... Just be careful once you hear the tire blow, you don`t want to do a burnout on your rim.

edit: when the tire starts spinning, its not uncommon for the rear end to move to the sides a little, if it happens, just let off the gas a little until it settles back down, and then give it another go.

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post #3 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-16-2003, 06:57 PM Thread Starter
 
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thanks for the reply

well yesterday at night i tried and it did work. it was really sweet i love the zx7 got alot of power, the only problem is that i did it of a hard surface road and it tool more then i thought it would from the tire. but it was fun. so it all good.
thanks for the reply now i have another question?
how to do wheelie on a zx7, i read that it is heavie but i heard that there is away to do it on 2nd gear but i do not know how?
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Front break apply throttle, this isn't rocket science.
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