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How a wet clutch works


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Let's be real... We might all ride bikes, but not all of us tear down engines and know how the inner components function. But, that's OK! It's why many of you are here, to learn about what makes your bike tick! Here's a short video that shows you what a clutch pack looks like and how it functions. The demo bike is a Honda CRF450R, but the clutch pack is similar enough to most bikes out there. If you have any comments, please post them below. Thanks for watching!

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