Does anyone know how to 'wind out' the slipper clutch? At stock it feels like there's no slippage when engine braking. At all.
Is it something to do with those Y-shaped springs or is it internal to the
Yes, I do know how they work.
I just haven't had a bike with a slipper clutch before or how they behave and how they can be adjusted.
There is a part in the 2012's clutch assembly called the sub-clutch.
I have not studied on these clutches very much but FYI there are KIT parts available to adjust the amount of force required to make it slip. I think it's shims of some sort that vary in thickness.
I didn't think the clutch was working properly at some track days I attended but after adjusting my rebound dampening on the rear all of the skipping went away and I was able to tell when the slipper was working. Mostly when I rushed a corner and did not adequately rev match.
The clutch is adjustable by some plates and modifying a few of the tabs. It's on my list of to do things this year. I get some rear wheel hop under braking and downshifting.
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