Join Date: May 2007
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Bike: 2007 R6
Re: Clutchless shifting
If you do it right, you aren't going to damage your tranny. You can't even tell you have changed gears, it just slips into gear so smooth. The way a motorcycle transmission is built is a little different from a cars and makes clutchless shifting much easier to do and it is very easy on the tranny.
Read the following article from Sport Rider:
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