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    Default 18" tyre in bikes

    What I have observed that the bike that have 18" are unable to do wheelies like yamaha junoon,suzuki 150,suzuki 125,honda 125 deluxe,piaggio 125,suzuki sprinter,suzuki raider

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    wat ? ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    What I have observed that the bike that have 18" are unable to do wheelies like yamaha junoon,suzuki 150,suzuki 125,honda 125 deluxe,piaggio 125,suzuki sprinter,suzuki raider
    Hmm have you tried it yourself

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    Quote Originally Posted by SyedMoazzam View Post
    Hmm have you tried it yourself
    except suzuki 125 and suzuki sprinter I have checked it on every bike above mentioned

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    Yes Bro u r right at some extent cos a sporty look has more weight at Front than other bikes this is an extra thing

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    sprinter can do a wheelie very easily. used to do it when i had it back in 2009-2010 . but soon i realised that such things should not be done .
    people need to grow up sometimes and act MATURE !

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    I haven't tried this personally and only heard that if we change Sprinter's diaphragm carb with float one like we have in 70cc and 125cc, to do a wheely on Sprinter become easy. With float carb, pick increases (with less fuel mileage).

    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    except suzuki 125 and suzuki sprinter I have checked it on every bike above mentioned

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