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so i just finished installing a gytr clutch:D so what do you guys do
to break it in?

i drove it down the road and man its like a new bike, cant wait to ripe it up.
its also nice how easy it goes into neutral and reverse
 

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I've heard of different people saying there is a break in period bla bla bla. If its a good clutch it's not going to fail regardless of a break in period. Fresh oil and let er rip.
 

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I've heard of different people saying there is a break in period bla bla bla. If its a good clutch it's not going to fail regardless of a break in period. Fresh oil and let er rip.
Just make sure that the new cutch is well lubricated................
 

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Soaking clutches is essential then keep an eye on the free play as you heat the new set up. In my rodeo bike I have to watch new clutches closely each run on the first race out, they'll continue to tighten up throughout the event until they settle in and I'm good for the summer. Well, most of the summer...If you're not burning up clutches you're not racing :D
 
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