Thanks for the expertise...back to the clutch, but now I know what to do when the cable breaks!
* Posts: 3 Karma: 0 View Profile Email Personal Message (Offline)progressive shifting« on: October 06, 2012, 03:29:24 PM » QuoteGoing to professional truckdrivers school, talked about using progressive shifting on motorcycles, one participant has a KLR 650 thumper, doesn't use the clutch, he says he shifts when the torque starts to come in around 1900 rpm, says it should slip into gear like an automatic. Instructor said, when you start to feel torque, shift, by floating the gears, ie, no clutch. I found this to be true, go into 2nd at, say 8mph, 3rd at 18-20 mph, 4th at 30mph.
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