I did a burnout for about 30 seconds at Rocky Point (evevaion 14 feet.) Is this hard on the clutch? ('06 H/D FXDL "Dyna-Saur")?
I can ask at dealer or forum, but 'Motorcycles' has had maybe 2 new questions in 7 days...
New Dunlop 160-80/17 rear tire. Ambient temp; 78 F. Humidity; 28%. Prescription: HAVE FUN.
- Justin ThymeLv 71 month ago
Terrible thing to do to a MC.
- The DevilLv 71 month ago
Once the clutch engages it isn't wearing. You will need a new tire soon clowning like that though.
- PoppyLv 72 months ago
Very hard on clutch, hard on tires too. You must have money to burn, lol!
- Anonymous2 months ago
evevaion 14 feet, wow sooo high, must be why they call it a point.
It shouldn't be hard on the clutch, should be squared off tire.
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- ScottLv 62 months ago
It's harder on your rear tire.