To Blip or not to Blip

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Re: To Blip or not to Blip

Postby JimZXR » Tue Jan 06, 2015 12:40 pm

Definitely blip.
As all of the above comments mention there will come a time when larger CC bikes are available to you but not necessarily those with slipper clutches and mastering rev matching by blipping the throttle is a skill that may save you from a minor or major off.
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Re: To Blip or not to Blip

Postby Sparks_333 » Sat Jan 31, 2015 5:50 pm

woteva wrote:
tim wrote:Your Ninja250 doesn't have a slipper clutch so if you're doing any sort of aggressive riding/changing the rear will loose traction trying to match engine revs with road speed.

Ninja 250 loose traction LOL!!! :lol:


Happened to me plenty on the racetrack with my 250 prod until I learned to blip.
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Re: To Blip or not to Blip

Postby BrettZZR » Sat Jan 31, 2015 7:30 pm

Just stop using the clutch anytime after 2nd... That'll teach you everything you need to know...

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