Just wondering, with the grabby clutches. With these dry sump motors, there isn't going to be much oil in the clutch once the motor is running, or have I got it all wrong? Doesn't all the oil get pumped into the frame, then just fed to the varios lube points? Seems like the only time the clutch would be sitting in any amount of oil is when it is stopped, at which time the clutch plates are firmly clamped together by spring pressure. Ive noticed the clutches tend to be grabby on my 4 strokes and I've had 3. Every time I'd take the clutch apart to look I noticed the inner & outer plates would be dry and burned. I have always put it down to lack of oil in that area??? Seems we need a way to get more oil to stay in the clutch, without losing oil pressure elsewhere. What little oil gets there sure seems to burn up fast with even a small amount of clutch use. Anybody got any ideas?