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Old 10-15-2012, 09:06 AM
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Huh, Maybe the Motor company is acknowledging in their own way, that the crank sissoring issue does actually exist after all?

"The new Assist & Slip Clutch Pack provides a slip feature on downshifts to reduce loading of the driveline." Harley Davidson

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Most manufacturers are moving towards slipper clutches, especially those whose bikes are equipped with ABS as the ABS can often find itself in a fight with the clutch.
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