^^^^^are you serious. maybe when your idling your nose might drop but you would need to a 500 foot jump.
I've been racing moto for 20 years bro, and it has everything to do with RPM, in order to drop your rear wheel you need to twist the throttle wide open.
to clarify its the rpm of the rear wheel relative to what the engine is doing.
to all that are reading this disregard the previous post and come to the track in Squamish on Sunday and I'll show you how little the rear end will "sink" at full throttle, and at a mid rev RPM.
when you endo on a moto you lay it wide open and hope it saves your life.
end of story.
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