Okay guys, I've been riding for a few months now, getting quicker (nothing special, just fast enough to have fun) and while examining demos i've noticed people seem to lean wayy back while braking, as they approach their turning point they slam their rider forward, and stay forward while the power comes on, before leaning right back again. Now, is this the right way of doing things? i tend to remain in a central position while braking, leaning forward gradually as i begin to turn then lean back if i'm coming out of a berm, but on the flat i stay forward, trying to get the rear end to step out power me round the turn. And on that note, i've got rider position at 0.33, leaning right forward, and the rear just doesn't seem to want to step out xD. Is a rm125 just not powerful enough?
Any setup advice, etc, would be appreciated. Also, what front brake power are people running on? (i use both brakes while braking, pulsing the rear as quick as i can).
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