jps600rr Posted January 5, 2007 Report Share Posted January 5, 2007 I have a question about the use of the clutch in controlling the back wheel, if holding the throttle steady helps the bike correct itself in a coner slide what effect does engaging the clutch have, if the clutch is used in its friction zone could we not regulate the power to the back wheel and control the slide with fine control? Also what would be the effects on the bike dynamics, and ground clearance? I am thinking of a rear slide not a front wheel slide. To add to this I was reading an artical the other day that said if you get into a corner too hot, the throttle, or putting the bike in nuteral would work. (I think they mean engage the clutch.) but do not chop the throttle. Sinice I ride on the street I have not created a real slide to test this theory of clutch control. Any input would be apreciated. Thanks. James. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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