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was out at the track today,

they re did the lay out over winter and my old CR 250

seem to keep coming up short on the doubles (not fun landing, really beat me up)

my buddies 450 just toques cut low and over just fine

Its not a double you want to scream up on and get big air on cause of the hair pin turn at the other side

What would do? Punch it and go big and hope you can get down and around in time

I think the owner re did the track to favor 4 strokes

HELP tips for clearing duobles

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the best option i think would be to scrub low over it but im no pro id watch videos on you tube to see what pros do

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was out at the track today,

they re did the lay out over winter and my old CR 250

seem to keep coming up short on the doubles (not fun landing, really beat me up)

my buddies 450 just toques cut low and over just fine

Its not a double you want to scream up on and get big air on cause of the hair pin turn at the other side

What would do? Punch it and go big and hope you can get down and around in time

I think the owner re did the track to favor 4 strokes

HELP tips for clearing duobles

i wouldnt blame it on the bike, just gotta practice it more, the bike has more than enough power.

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Being in the right gear and doing a Little seat bounce might be the trick if you can't scrub. The bike should not be an issue. JMHO.

Good luck

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Sounds like a limp right wrist if ya ask me. I'd work on that if I were you :thumbsup:

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