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Post your wheelie pics!

Any pics of a pop up or wheelie? Post up
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The Kingquad hasn't got enough guts to pull a wheelie, I know everybody make fun now.
But it does fly now and again.
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Copperhead VDI would fix that low end on the KQ from what I hear.


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Buddy of mine used to wheelie his KQ700 with his feet on the back, & I have wheelied the 750 from a dead stop by hammering the throttle, just lean back
Pic from over a year ago on the 400ESP. Hills are your friend
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My old 800R would do wheelies in reverse when you held the override button, I haven't tried it with the 1000R....pretty hard on front end parts lol


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Buddy of mine used to wheelie his KQ700 with his feet on the back, & I have wheelied the 750 from a dead stop by hammering the throttle, just lean back
Pic from over a year ago on the 400ESP. Hills are your friend
Pretty much anything can wheelie with your feet on the back rack, I've seen guys do it on a full time 4wd 3350 Big Bear lol

My 750 will come up from a dead stop in low if I lean back but in high I need a little bump to get it up or some weight on the back.

All the Kings, from the 400-750 have crappy low end in high range though, partly how it's clutched and partly the way computer handles things at low RPM's, Suzuki calls it traction control, I call it stupid, I'd prefer to have all my horsepower when I want it. Probably gonna wind up doing the copperhead VDI and coop #3 mod once she's paid off lol
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Buddy of mine used to wheelie his KQ700 with his feet on the back, & I have wheelied the 750 from a dead stop by hammering the throttle, just lean back
Pic from over a year ago on the 400ESP. Hills are your friend
Pretty much anything can wheelie with your feet on the back rack, I've seen guys do it on a full time 4wd 3350 Big Bear lol

My 750 will come up from a dead stop in low if I lean back but in high I need a little bump to get it up or some weight on the back.

All the Kings, from the 400-750 have crappy low end in high range though, partly how it's clutched and partly the way computer handles things at low RPM's, Suzuki calls it traction control, I call it stupid, I'd prefer to have all my horsepower when I want it. Probably gonna wind up doing the copperhead VDI and coop #3 mod once she's paid off lol
I would do the mod now. Dealers are not that smart.. lol
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Here's mine lol:
Pretty good shot on that wheelie!

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a friend of mine smoked his motor riding LONG wheelie's
starved of oil was the killer, , also known a few guys that had same issue happen on sport bike riding wheelies for miles LOL

there fun, but if you go wild on long riding , things can go south , so a heads up
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a friend of mine smoked his motor riding LONG wheelie's
starved of oil was the killer, , also known a few guys that had same issue happen on sport bike riding wheelies for miles LOL

there fun, but if you go wild on long riding , things can go south , so a heads up
Yep, know a guy who blew up a 250 Big Red like this, had her almost straight up for a mile or two and soon after he started having a lot of motor problems, wound up needed a rebuild after that.

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