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doing a wheelie

Discussion in 'TDU1 - Xbox 360' started by stevthunt, Jan 4, 2008.

  1. stevthunt

    stevthunt Not Just a Skidmark

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    Could somebody please tell how to do a wheelie, I use a steering wheel for driving and I'm wondering if this is preventing me.
     
  2. hesonly5

    hesonly5 Hungry Hungry Hippos! :D

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    You need to set buttons to 'Lean forwards' and 'Lean backwards'. Then accelerate, lean back and Voila! You have a wheelie. Balance it by leaning backwards and forwards, and with a bit of practise you'll have very long wheelies :)

    EDIT: Just realised I'm in the Xbox forum, meaning (if I'm not mistaken) you'll already have preset buttons... But being a PC player, I can't say I know what those buttons are :p
     
  3. ExplosiveGoats

    ExplosiveGoats New Member

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    Is this for a Car or a Bike because the bike is simple im not sure about the car. For bike lean back using control sticky thingy.
     
  4. hesonly5

    hesonly5 Hungry Hungry Hippos! :D

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    You can't do wheelies in cars....
     
  5. RB26DETT

    RB26DETT Banned

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    lol, Nugget? :D
     
  6. ExplosiveGoats

    ExplosiveGoats New Member

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    Idk because i didn't expect someone not to know how to wheelie on a bike. GTA!??!?!?!?! Then again he does have a wheel so ya i think thats it.
     

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