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I have a stock 04 zx6r, and i did a rolling burnout on accident while attempting a wheelie. I was in 1st, grabbed the clutch, reved the motor, then dropped the clutch. This always puts me into a wheelie except once, i ended up doing a rolling burn out for about 100 ft. Anyone know why or how i did this?
 

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I'm going to speculate here and say:

Cold tires + Cold Pavement = No grip/tire spin

If you're tire started spinning, you didn't let off the gas, and the ground was too cold for your tire to "hook up"... that is the end result.

I might even guess that you're running with a "harder" compound tire.

If I tried that with my Michelin PP's, I would have looped at 15'
 

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Yep, cold tires are a b!#c4!!! Give yourself a little time for the tires to warm, even slow riding should do it after 15-20 minutes. I wish I had some Powers! Friend got and loves em'. Little ol' me is just hangin out by myself doin burnouts all day on the "sport touring" battleaxes. Well... they'll last longer... not that thats any consolation... :(
 
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