N8terider Posted June 16, 2011 Report Share Posted June 16, 2011 Hello all Did level 1 recently and quite new to biking so apologies if this has been covered already (if it has maybe a link to the thread?) I have a Yamaha 2009 R6 and my question is this: Once leaned over in a corner what is the best RPM range to be in before starting the roll on of acceleration? I tend to be in the 3000-5000 rpm area and it seems as soon as i crack the throttle open there is a slight delay/kick/jump forward before the bike starts accelerating smoothly. This unsettles the bike a bit and worries me in the wet. Should I be much higher in the rev range or is this a problem with my throttle? Thanks Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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