Join Date: Sep 2017
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Yes, it wears out your clutch just like a car. In terms of more abuse can't speak on that, but I have over 70k on my clutch, and I have never done any work on it. I feather the clutch on dig launches all the time, and sometimes even at speed. It definitely shows, but she continues to pull good - for now. It's dying fast, that or my transmission - or both. Good enough for me for now, and I run mobile 1 racing 4t, which is supposedly not good for a beat up clutch - regular non-synthetic is supposedly better in that situation because there is less chance for slipping.
I still generally hit 0-60 in 3 to 4 seconds (usually 4) depending on how good I'm feeling that day. I think I can attest to everyone who rides, you know you will have a good day when you hop on your bike and get that "nimble" feeling right away. Sometimes it takes a little bit to set in, and is just as good, but nothing beats starting a ride feeling "at one" with the bike.
Last edited by Axel Nut; 10-20-2017 at 12:40 AM.