Okay, so I encountered my first off camber turn at an indoor track about a month ago, and it was one that is up hill, and breaks away. All of the guys on there 4 strokes just kept the throttle steady and they were up and around in no time. I just bogged my way up on my 125. I didn't want to fly up in 2nd gear, because it felt like the tires were going to break away. Last weekend, I went to a local track, and they kind of had the same thing, but only tighter, and a little smaller. I know that the trick is to weight the outside peg, and to keep steady throttle control.... BUT... thats easy to say when you're riding a 4 stroke. You don't have to be flying up the corner to have power... you have power all of the time, and you can keep the throttle steady. When I'm riding my 125, it doesn't seem like a good idea to shift into first and fly around the corner out of control. And bogging your way up it is WAY to slow. What's the trick on a 125? What is meant by throttle control on a 125? Thanks BTW: I would love to buy a 250f, but being only 15, I could buy one, but when something broke, I would be done riding for awhile, becuase I wouldn't have any money to fix it. Thats why I'm still riding my junky 125.