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Question if you are having clutch slippage

clutch.jpgI pulled this off of a facebook page that GMR Performance was talking, I have not felt or did the Indy that Dyno tuned my bike feel or noticed any slippage.

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Ok this is a 2013 CVO RG. Has 10.5 piston kit SE 259 cam. And the new POS slipper clutch as a stock item. They run 3 100 lb springs where a stock clutch is 400 lbs of clamp load. So lets just say that it does slip very well. We are going to start working on a solution / upgrade kit. HD got it in there mind this would be easier on the compensator LMAO as if and would make it a smoother ride when leaving from a stop for end user.

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