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For testing, one trick is to slightly increase the idle rpms on the bike. Then you can do U-turns and just ride the back brake as necessary. I find that I don't do U-turns much in real life, and the ones I do are wider than the ones you have to do to pass the MSF basic course. The bike is much bigger (heavier) as well, and I tend to stay in first gear, duck walk and slip the clutch as needed.
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