Silly question, but it's been bugging me lately. Every bike reviews I read, the journos shiver about highside from so much power of literbikes. Even middleweights, caught in wrong situation, and little greedy on the throttle, yields a nasty high speed high side. But how is that even possible? My assumption was too much throttle could mean wheelspin, headshake, wheelie, slide/drift, and lowside. Highside comes from spinning or sliding the rear and then chopping the throttle shut right? So if it's too much throttle, and the throttle isn't chopped, worst comes to worst, it should be a lowside - lose traction and fall on side of the lean, why would it be a highside? Thanks.