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Has anyone converted their TNT to a dry clutch? I know the 1130 tornado, and the Titanium have dry clutches, so it should be possible, but what are the advantages of a dry clutch and how much work would it take? I just like how cool they look.. :D
It's either a dry clutch or a slipper..

Another thing.. What other bike shares the same diameter axles as the TNT? I'm curious what forum to watch for some nice Y-Spoked wheels..
 

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The advantage of a dry clutch is, that the rotating mass is not influencing the oil regarding the tendency to foam. Furthermore, the oil don´t need to transport the abrasive of the clutch. So, the oil is cleaner. This is better on the long run, even you think that the oil filter will filter ALL of the dirt in the engine. It don´t.
 
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