Can't wheelie Honda crf250r

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8/10/2017 8:47 AM

Guys why the hell doesn't whant to pop I go in second slip the clutch and nothing bike launch forward I watch dozens of clips on YouTube and still can't pop it.On my last effort I press the forks down and Rev it in first bam it popped,but It doesn't doit every time and I don't want to Rev the hell out of it.

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8/10/2017 8:49 AM

Sounds like the muffler bearings need replacing.

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8/10/2017 8:50 AM

If you aren't joking then your clutch is toast or motor is shot (or you weight 500lbs).

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8/10/2017 8:51 AM

Sounds like you forgot to put your thick chick on the back.

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8/10/2017 8:52 AM

moto0852 wrote:

Sounds like the muffler bearings need replacing.

O this for sure needs to be check. You will have to order the tool to check it, don't get the lefthanded one of your on a Honda

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8/10/2017 8:56 AM

racingfortheson wrote:

If you aren't joking then your clutch is toast or motor is shot (or you weight 500lbs).

Ain't joke or I can't doit right way.125 lbs weight

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8/10/2017 8:57 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/10/2017 8:59 AM

Bro, you're forgetting to lock it. Pop it, then lock it. And instead of revving it in first, try ramming it in first. 250s definitely prefer to be rammed in. I rev the el diablo out of my 450 tho

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8/10/2017 8:57 AM

Twist the thing in your right hand a little more. No, not that- the thing on the handlebar.

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8/10/2017 8:59 AM

I want so much to wheel it pisses me off. I get a little happy when it pop on 1 gear but it was power wheelie

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8/10/2017 9:34 AM

Hellvegen wrote:

I want so much to wheel it pisses me off. I get a little happy when it pop on 1 gear but it was power wheelie

are you trying a slow wheelie or fast one?

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8/10/2017 9:37 AM

Try a fresh tampon to lighten the load.

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8/10/2017 9:55 AM

ok no need to be hard on the guy.
get going about ten mph, pull in the clutch, hold throttle wide open. and sit as far back on the seat as you can, and dump the clutch. bike will hold a perfect wheelie as long as you hold the throttle wide open.

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8/10/2017 9:58 AM

rongi#401 wrote:

ok no need to be hard on the guy.
get going about ten mph, pull in the clutch, hold throttle wide open. and sit as far back on the seat as you can, and dump the clutch. bike will hold a perfect wheelie as long as you hold the throttle wide open.

You forgot the "have a friend filming" part...lol

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8/10/2017 10:01 AM

Have you tried DOT tires? All those wheelie boys all run DOT tires so they are legal...makes it way easier.

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8/10/2017 10:04 AM

early wrote:

Try a fresh tampon to lighten the load.

Lol. If you're out of them, just head back up the Honda dealer to get a box of the OEM ones.

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8/10/2017 10:07 AM

You need to put all you weight over the front end and try it again !

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8/10/2017 10:08 AM

order a new rear fender, put a pillow in the back of your jersey and purposely wheelie over a couple times, then you will realize how far back you need to be. (disclaimer - I do not recommend doing this)

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8/10/2017 10:20 AM

racingfortheson wrote:

If you aren't joking then your clutch is toast or motor is shot (or you weight 500lbs).

Lol what he ^^^^ said!!!!

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8/10/2017 10:25 AM

My friend had this problem too, the dealer said it was the ECU so he changed it with no luck. Turns out that his sprocket bolts was too loose so he simply lost the drive when he held it wide open.

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8/10/2017 10:28 AM

Very much ty
guys

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8/10/2017 10:29 AM

HenryA wrote:

My friend had this problem too, the dealer said it was the ECU so he changed it with no luck. Turns out that his sprocket bolts was too loose so he simply lost the drive when he held it wide open.

I was wondering if it was sprocket bolt related. OP - personally, I would start there and remember righty tighty lefty loosey

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8/10/2017 10:29 AM

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8/10/2017 10:35 AM

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8/10/2017 10:37 AM

I've found that switching from the yellow powerband to the purple gives your bike a little more snap off the bottom end.

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8/10/2017 11:23 AM

Have you tried taking off the front and rear brake rotors yet? That's where I would start. Remove them both start it up and run wide open. Make sure you are going in at least 3rd or 4th gear before attempting the wheelie. The more speed the better.

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2018 CRF250R

8/10/2017 11:37 AM

HenryA wrote:

My friend had this problem too, the dealer said it was the ECU so he changed it with no luck. Turns out that his sprocket bolts was too loose so he simply lost the drive when he held it wide open.

JRT812 wrote:

I was wondering if it was sprocket bolt related. OP - personally, I would start there and remember righty tighty lefty loosey

That's only for SAE bolts. Honda's have metric sprocket bolts, in which case it's lefty tighty righty loosey.

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8/10/2017 11:37 AM

Post a video of you trying, im sure that will help diagnose your problem.

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8/10/2017 11:44 AM

I'll be the first non-sarcastic non-comedian:.

Are you trying to wheeling in sandy or loose terrain? If yes you are getting wheel spin
Are you trying to wheelie at too high of an RPM? You need to keep the RPMs in the mid range where there is torque

Find some nice wet dirt or grass and if your bike won't hook up and wheelie then something is really wrong.

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8/10/2017 11:48 AM

DoctorJD wrote:

I've found that switching from the yellow powerband to the purple gives your bike a little more snap off the bottom end.

Almost died via choking on cereal, thanks dude

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8/10/2017 11:49 AM

This is a wheelie good thread

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