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Old 10-07-2013, 04:30 PM   #18
pretbek
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Originally Posted by cellige View Post
pretbek, perhaps its just my lack of skill but it seems on my bike that even if I crack the throttle on the smallest amount I can, its still not smooth, whereas I can get the power on (in the same amount of time) by engaging the clutch/throttle very smoothly. Is that not common?
Being smooth with the clutch / throttle engagement is not rare.
I'm just saying (just like the other inmates) that you should be done with it before entering the turn. That way you are already on the throttle when approaching and in the turn (steady speed, same partial throttle opening) and don't spend any brain power on the required smooth coordination of clutch and throttle.
Holding your throttle open at a steady position is more fool-proof than clutch/throttle play, even if you're good at it.
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