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I've been screwin around a lot lately and I've been trying jumping and that's going pretty well... but I have been having trouble with doing donuts. My buddy's told me it was cuz my rear tires were too flat. The stock pressure in the back is supposed to be 2.2 or 2.9 psi. I was wondering if I pumped them up if it would help with donuts. And if so... What should I pump them up too? haha

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A lot of it depends on your tires, too. A flatter tread tire would work better. You will need to have enough air in the tire to spin them easy. If you get too much traction, it will be hard to do.
 

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A lot of it depends on your tires, too. A flatter tread tire would work better. You will need to have enough air in the tire to spin them easy. If you get too much traction, it will be hard to do.
Agree ^^^. Also, if you're still having troubles, you can always get cruisin a little quicker and turn sharp (be sure to lean on it hard), and then punch the throttle. You'll wan't to make sure you're not on asphalt when you do this tho. LOL!
 

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Widen the 250EX a bit they are a really short and narrow quad that should help in stability and you will be able to turn faster without it tipping I would suggest loose gravel or loose dirt on a packed surface until you get the hang of it.
 

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I run 4 psi in all my tires unless I'm racing
 
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