I may be getting older, but I refuse to grow up!
Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: PACIFIC N.W.
I am...trying to do wheelies.....in reverse.
Technically I already have, but it was only a few feet. I want to moonwalk it for a few yards before I release footage.
Because the margin of control is so small, between the BP and the wheelie bar, throttle results in such sharp movements that (at least presently) I instantly shut the movement down. Feathering the clutch works well, so long as you don't dead stop. Just a bump in idle torque (or a decrease in rolling resistance) and I can put this movement together.
Software can be slow to come around because of the idiosyncrasies inherent to each individual, there could definitely be a sweet spot with regard to tire and gear size that will cut a lot of the programming time out. Thank you for the insight, much appreciated.
I mentioned moving the foot pegs back because of getting them closer to the axle makes the pivot point closer to the ground. I bought a extra set and cut them along the welds, moved them forward 1in to keep the front end down and also down 1in for long legs. You could do just the opposite and move them back a inch or two.
'19 Can-Am X3, RS Turbo, 172 HP, 1300x15 STU #2 paddle, Tribute front, DynaTec controller, cat delete, GTP blow off valve, custom flame wrap, Bent Metal windshield, Blazer wiper, rear window, 48in LED light bar, 14in LED light bar, GTP LED side lights, S3 shock tower brace, aluminum rear pull plate, 5K Badlands winch, dual batteries, 5ft lighted whips, Rugged radio and intercom, interior lights, rock lights, chase lights, over $200 additional switches, YES, street legal with dirt tires.