aslcbr600 Posted August 24, 2013 Report Share Posted August 24, 2013 I know that the rear tire needs to spin slower then the front for the rear tire to slide around a corner. The methods I know on doing this are 1 using the clutch and 2 using the rear brake. When first learning to do this and practicing it at slower speeds which way is a better way to start out? Another technique I know is to purposely let air in the rear brake line so you have to stand on the rear brake harder which makes it less likely for the rear wheel to lock up because with the air in the line it wont have the same braking power. My only issue I see with that is you can't modulate the pressure as easily since you have to apply so much pressure. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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