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Hey Folks,
Any of you wheelie fans getting good ones on your Warrior?
I used to be good at wheelies and catwalks but with my Warrior I just peel off rubber mostly. When I do get a wheelie I try to remember what, exactly, I did but with no joy. One time I intended to lay some rubber and up it came!!

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There is a nice rough patch of concrete I have to stop at every morning. The Warrior wheelies effortlessly there. I do them often on asphalt but you have to do it just right or it just spins the back tire.
 

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That guy is shirtless, helmetless, and wearing shorts.... I cant see because of the gas tank, but he must have Nads the size of watermelons.......


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Thats Mark Underwood at Bo's bash and He used to ride for Patrick Racing And I think he is in that Drag Racin Warrior Commercial that Yamaha made years ago And Yes Hi Balls And Backbone are huge thats Bears warrior witha 280 Rear![/emoticons/emotion-2.gif]
 

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Comes down pretty smooth under power, as long as your forks aren't raised in the trees or you hit the rear brakes, I haven't heard of anyone bottoming out. I was at Bo's that year and Bear's fender and the rest of the bike came out just fine.
 
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