Title says it all! lol... I will elaborate though. I have road racing experience and almost none with dirt bikes. Feels like two totally different worlds and I am receiving conflicting information as to proper technique with taking corners in the dirt. I see fast dirt bikers ripping around corners as if they aren't even touching the brakes, just steering with the rear wheel, full throttle through the entire turn. If I try to take a corner too fast I've had the front wash out on me, then both tires wash out on me same time and then the rear slide out and high side me. Best part about dirt biking though is I can crash 5 times a day and barely feel it!. However I can't seem to go any faster without losing traction but I know I'm not going that fast at all. my buddies and I have a dirt track setup similar to a road race course. A lot of varying turns, some tight and quick and some long sweepers. So, tire pressure and suspension setup aside, what techniques between body position, throttle and brakes should I be using for different types of corners and at different sections of each corner? Where should body weight be entering a corner vs exit. How much front brake/rear brake should I use when entering a corner? Will the front wash out faster with weight on it or with weight off of it? The more details the better. Or if anyone has a legit resource to read I'm all for that. I appreciate any input.