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I've heard that tapping the brakes will bring your front end down in a jump.  I've tried it a few times and haven't noticed it working.  Does this have to be a Blair Morgan 40' jump to make this work??  Or will this work with short field approach jumps too??  Also, why does this work???
 

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yes, it does work, on my machine anyways, also if your front end is going down to much give it gas or keep on with gas, it will work.  here is my friend on his arctic cat who doesn't know how to jump.
 

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this is my friend cam that knows how to jump on the same jump, unless it is just that crappy cat that my other friend is on, I know how to jump to, i am just the #### camera man and I don't get no pics takin of me, lol
 

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Tapping the brake in the air has drastic effects on your trajectory...if you clamp down too hard...she'll nosedive you to china
 

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I too have had the rear bumper break off one of my Cats after a huge tailstand off an approach.I was kinda disgusted at first then thought about it. If it were metal it wouldn't have broke and probably would have bent the tunnel so I was kinda glad for that cheap plastic back there.
 
 

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The plastic bumper was also ripped off my '01 ZR, but not by jumping....my buddy decided I was a better target than a grooomer...cracked the hood on his brand new ProX 600.  lol
 
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