Naw, my last few race bikes have had slipper clutches. This seems like it’s not working correctly. Put some serious vibrations in the bars.I'mma gonna go on on a limb here and say that you're feeling the slipper clutch slipping. :idea: That's what it's a supposed to do.
when i pop a bad clutch release i get squirrely in the back and don't get chatter.Next time on track I’ll have autoblip. We will see if that changes things I guess. It’s been a few years since I’ve had a bike without it and I might be releasing the clutch lever a little too quickly. A suggestion was to pull in the clutch when the chatter happens and see if it’s still there. Guess I’ll have to wait for the next track/race day.
And for reference, it was enough chatter that I though there was an unbalanced front tire or something wrong in the front end. From talking to people in the know, they think it’s probably the clutch making the rear tire bounce. ??*♂
Turn one entry is the only spot I notice it.when i pop a bad clutch release i get squirrely in the back and don't get chatter.
Which corner are you talking about at thill?
I doubt going to a gen1/kit judder plate would help as that is supposed to be for launches.
Maybe cut a finger off one of the backtorque springs or adjust the stack height and pre-load per the race/kit manual.