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    best solution for getting out of wheel spinning?

    powering out of it?

    changing gear out of it?

    pushing the clutch in to regain the traction?

  • #2
    What about controlling the throttle a little better?
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    • #3
      Originally posted by jkemish View Post
      What about controlling the throttle a little better?
      +1,

      The throttle is not a off / on power button, it does have settings in between

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      • #4
        Originally posted by jackhogwood1 View Post
        best solution for getting out of wheel spinning?

        powering out of it?

        changing gear out of it?

        pushing the clutch in to regain the traction?

        Driving lessons maybe.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by DRC 72 View Post
          Driving lessons maybe.


          He posted up 10 threads yesterday that's gotta be a record

          If you call these people up they'll help you learn how to drive properly
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          • #6
            Gunna go all through the posts he put up last night just to make sure he got answers for them all

            And i have never heard of powering out of a wheel spin.... The reason you spin wheels is because you are to heavy with the pedal you don't increase that

            changing gears will help stop it, when you are sat at the lights next time wheel spinning go from 1st to 6th that should help
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            • #7
              And then go back to first
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              • #8
                Turn the TC on
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                • #9
                  Good tyres

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                  • #10
                    flat tyres.

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                    • #11
                      HaHa! A bitof sympathy with the throttle is the best answer

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                      • #12
                        hahaha pmsl
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                        • #13
                          Bset solution is not to spin them up in the first place, unless that's what you're trying to acheive...

                          I just let them spin a little through 1st with the T/C keeping it in check. If it's a nice day it'll hook up when you get in to 2nd. If it's cold or wet, then you just have to be gentle with the throttle.
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