I've learned to use PAS 0. Or just blip the throttle. Keeping one hand on a brake lever is also a good idea!NEW TIP
For the new XP owners if you are riding between things like offset bars/turnstile going into a sidewalk etc... Always hold your brakes on just a little,keeps the motor from starting up when you don't expect it. Ask me how I know
Fills the pores of the metal? Only the pores rust? Reads like snake oil to me.Tip three...
I ride in Florida on the beach so I needed extra protection from the salt. I taped my brake rotors and masked off my calipers then sprayed the bike with CRC pure silicon spray (Wally World $3) and let it dry in the sun. Then wipe off the residue. It drys better than other corrosion preventives and fills the pores of the metal. Keeps my boat and scooter clean and sharp so I figured it would work here. Once it is on it is just about water proof.