javier lobo: Hola me gustaria saber como cortaste el portapatente, saludos desde
Edgar Guzman: Very nice bike, please upload a video of how to cut the slide plates
KETTREMOTE [RM$KC] ™: wtf xD how wasy would it be with the 391 duke ^^
RedBird: did u change your back tire?
erdem safak: smooth
Mario A. Del Valle Naizzir: hello the rear tire its battlax 003 150 or 160? cause looks wider
wilmer calibo: MORE VIDEOS BRO, do some high speed runs with it too >.<
anyways how did you remove the tail of the duke and whats the name of that
exhaust? it looks really cool
Prince David: brand name of ur helmet
TheTapirAnt: Hey ,its a Leo Vince aftermarket exhaust for duke 200 ..i removed the
silencers that was provided
Indranil Bishayee: Dude compare to the last video m sure here the rear tire is a different
one. Can you please say whats the size and what is the brand?
Timothy Cashin: Nice vid, i just started doing some on my duke 200 today! Got the nose up
and even got that sweet spot i think, but do you change to second while
your mid wheelie??? i run out of revs because it red lines in first
Mokhriz Mohammed: berapa RM Leo Vince broo?
Mohd Zulfadli: i know this guy , he's good in doing his things. ;0
alexini5: how you took off the number plate holder ??? isn't there a metal base?
naseer nasa: V... u made it looks so easy... i hardly lift the front tyre 1cm... hahaha
pleaseeeeeee teach me.
Sandeep Baruah: Cool! Keep it up dude! Is the exhaust from Akrapovic?
TheTapirAnt: some pointers for me hope it helps =) ,first you got to keep doing the
simple one , first gear ...half clutch a little RPM7k and pop the clutch
and you get the basic one done ..after that you got to keep doing it
higher and higher till a point you feel like you are going to fall
backwards and your heart goes WHOOH!! thats the sweet spot =) then learn
how to maintain it at that spot ..dont give up keep trying
brok3n: i don't get it, how come some people get the front wheel up so easily in
Duke200. I've tried so much with Clutch on highest RPMs.. it doesn't come
TheTapirAnt: akash you got to get your balance right ,find the sweet spot
ΔΕΣΠΟΙΝΑ ΓΚΙΛΙΤΣΗ: Hello! Can you make a video explaining how you chopped off the stock tail
please and show us some close footage. I like it very much but i'm afraid
of ruining it, so if you please show me the way... Thanks!
Arason Suresh: which aftermarket exhaust you have?
Kroshlua Pachuau: Hi there i also got The KTM DUKE 200 with stock exhaust can u help me out
in doing some tricks like wheelie.. can i get your facebook account name?
wanna ask something about bikes :)
Miitra Gesota: Damn that's a fine looking tail tidy ! Custom made ?
Cesar Augusto Claros Parra: You've sold many Leo Vince
Alvaro Cevallos: 150, mrf
Mario A. Del Valle Naizzir: what size is the rear tire, beatiful bike, delicious sound
Aftab Kazi: You see the exhaust its an aftermarket exhaust! implement the same on Your
bike & You can ride long wheelies.
Mario A. Del Valle Naizzir: and the rear tire size?? look amazing
TheTapirAnt: I am on bridgestone's battlax 003 .120 front and 150 rear
Akash Prabhu: cool dude!!! how do u do it? i wanna do on mine aswell!!! my wheelie doesnt
last long enough!!!
Mario A. Del Valle Naizzir: what size and brand its the rear tire please....
Aftab Kazi: Yeah, You are right thetapirant skills are... not doubt... but u can never
do long wheelies on any bike with stock exhaust. either modify the intake,
exhaust or the sprockets...
Alru Scheepers: did you learn with this bike.
TheTapirAnt: Miitra ,its a stock tail chopped off =) ,low cost is the way as the tail
tidy is quite costly over here in malaysia
Tío Zorro del Valle: DO THIS AT HOME!!!
TheTapirAnt: aftab not really ...i belive riding long wheelies comes with skill =) i
have yet to master this..
Salik Ahmed: nice video bro can u tell me were i will get bmc filter and Leo Vince
exhaust in mumbai
TheTapirAnt: sure ,well naseer first you got to keep doing the simple one , first gear
...half clutch a little RPM7k and pop the clutch and you get the basic one
done ..after that you got to keep doing it higher and higher till a point
you feel like you are going to fall backwards and your heart goes WHOOH!!
thats the sweet spot =) then learn how to maintain it at that spot ..dont
give up keep trying
johnybrokeit: Hi, TapirAnt.. you've mastered it, man. too cool! may i ask, did u end up
falling off the bike while practicing? (silly question i know but just
wondering). And i'm wondering if clutch smoothness is important, i have an
old yamaha RX 135 (its called the RX King in southeast asia) - 2 stroke.
i'm about to take off all breakable parts and start practicing. thanks for
the inspiration. peace.