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Old 10-07-2013, 01:14 PM   #10
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Stability is important, wear on clutch to be avoided, so before the corner slap down a gear ( sans clutch) , brake short but heavily and bias to the front , so much bias that the front dives and the back rises, whilst the rear is in the air slap further down to the appropriate gear, possibly the rear will now start bouncing ( slipper clutch could help) release front brake and lean in to corner (maybe 59 degrees max). Roll on throttle and hold tight. Lift front wheel and counter steer to maintain lean angle, rear may slip a little.

Now please don't try this on public road.
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