Auto clutch.. not slipper clutch
Keep in mind you're talking about an auto clutch, not a slipper clutch. A slipper clutch is usually found on high HP street bikes or supermotos that allows the clutch to slip from a reverse torque mechanism when deaccelerating and downshifting quickly, preventing the rear wheel from locking up. They make for buttery smooth transistions from on-throttle to chopped throttle-downshift two gears-and quickly release clutch-pitch bike sideways into a corner on a supermoto! Fun!
The auto clutch basically turns the bikes clutch function into something like that of (I don't mean this in a derogatory manner.) a scooter except with gears. I've never ridden one but many people that have them rave
about them for off-road stuff. They really excel when it's slippery.
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