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I have made it out a couple times and I got some pretty good shots. anyone else get 'er on one wheel? Or no wheels? anyone wreck theirs yet?<br>
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The grom doesn't have the power to pull itself up past 10 mph, and the slower you go the less stable it is due to the fact that all the weight is forward and low, so I try to be right around the 7 or 8 mph mark when I give her the ol' yank and spank.
 

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Once its up and stable the center of balance is uncomfortably high so you really have to stand it up to pack the wheel for any amount of distance... I hit second gear as soon as I get the initial pop stable and I can get some good half mile wheelies at about 35 mph.
 

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The grom doesn't have the power to pull itself up past 10 mph, and the slower you go the less stable it is due to the fact that all the weight is forward and low, so I try to be right around the 7 or 8 mph mark when I give her the ol' yank and spank.
Once its up and stable the center of balance is uncomfortably high so you really have to stand it up to pack the wheel for any amount of distance... I hit second gear as soon as I get the initial pop stable and I can get some good half mile wheelies at about 35 mph.
Guess I'll just stick to riding mine. I would loop it for sure.
 
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