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Old 05-04-2018, 09:31 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by afm199 View Post
That crash wasn't due to a front tucking first, it was due to a rear spinning up, losing traction, and stepping out, which created enough more lean to tuck the front. I've done it more than once.
I'm guilty of that too...T9 thunderhill, rear spun up on a R3 (aggressive on throttle coz I messed up the entry). Lesson learned - If entry is messed up, do not throttle up mid turn to make up the lost speeds before starting to take away lean angle
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