Im not too familar with all the technobabble on the slipper clutch, but basically if you are downshifting hard it will limit the tourque to the back wheel by allowing the clutch to slip. This will prevent your wheel from jumping..
And the dual headlights began in 2000. I've seen people do a conversion from 98/99 to a dual headlight design but not a 95-97.
can someone clarify what a slipper clutch is for me? Is it a type of atuomatic clutch that kicks in when you are slowing down to take a corner after flying down a straight so that your back wheel doesn't lock up? i know it's used for racing but i'm just curious as to how it works.
on another topic, could i put a '9 fairing onto a '96 zx6r without much difficulty? i know i would have to buy a dual headlight setup to replace the single headlight of the '96 but the same voltage and wiring exists for both right? would this be possible? anything else that might need to be changed?
i am so moving somewhere where the riding season is longer!
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