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My bike is 460 pounds. Is that to heavy for most stunts or will it just take a little different technique than lighter bikes?
 

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It will handle most stunts, also I dont know about the high end slow 12 oclock stuff. Just a wheelie or a stoppie can be done.

I dont want to offend you, but I get the impression you might not have been riding very long. If thats the case, dont worry about stunts untill you get the hang of riding pretty well.
 

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No I havent been riding that long. Was just wondering for the later on. I will start atempting stunts when I feel confortable that I will be able to remain in complete control without dumping or anything. I don't rush into things I dont feel capable of, I just think I learn quicker than some others when trying certain things. Im sure I will get flamed or told off for saying that anyway...:eek:
 

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No matter how much you think you are in control you will wreck sometime or another..

If you are thinkin bout that katana i would suggest another bike to do stunts on.. They are heavy and such..
 

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The weight isn't as important as the technique. If you're talkin about stunting a can of tuna. You might want to forget it. Just my :2cents:
 
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