Garwin Beukes - One wear and tear item which is usually custom to abuse is your clutch kit.
Most of us make the bad decisions mentioned below unknowingly and replacing a clutch is not that cheap.
Today we’ll take a look at what you’ve been doing wrong and how to extend the lifespan of your clutch.
Ever hear someone say, “you’re burning my clutch” or “stop riding the clutch”.
This must be the ﬁrst and most important rule to your clutch’s lifespan. What does this mean? Well, basically keeping your foot on the clutch after for a short while after you’ve hit the accelerator. The clutch should be untouched either when it’s all the way up and all the way down.
A few more tips:
Catch us next week for some more tips on saving your clutch.