Johnvon the Dick· Registered
i could do it on a 1st gen busa clutch, ive seen it done so its possible!and a good clutch not a 1st gen busa clutch
Yes by a lighter rider. To move more mass you need to utilize more RPM(HP) to get going. But in using this high rpm, unless you have a slick and wheelie bar, you can't just dump it at that RPM, otherwise massive spin or worse, looping the bike. Thus sliding the clutch ever so much to make a smooth transition into the bikes optimum hp/tq band. This where the stinking Busa clutch makes it very hard to do as well as not having the advantage of sea level air which can certainly cover up mistakes.i could do it on a 1st gen busa clutch, ive seen it done so its possible!