I'll start off by saying that this is the first four stroke I've ever rode and it's been 8 years since I've been on the track, so cut me a little slack as I'm learning the curves of the four stroke. I just bought an 09 rmz450 and been riding at a local indoor track. This was my third time out and I decided to try and clear the tabletop. I was watching the lines of the a/b riders and was listening to how much throttle they were using. To my surprise they weren't pinning it out of the corner. I started hitting it harder and harder and noticed that in order for me to clear it, I had to have it pinned out of the corner. I fir \st thought that him using a sprocket with 1 less tooth might make a difference, but It's such a tight corner to the face that I can't see it being the problem. I was just wondering where I should start looking for the problem. It has a yosh slip on if that makes a difference.