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Do i need to pull in clutch each tome i shift my drz 400e

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Yes you can but as 140 says it will over time damage the gears

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Yes, you do. Because if you don't you'll end up with stripped gears.
You can get an automatic clutch to replace it.
Good luck.

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No, you can speed shift, or "fan" the clutch, just make sure you shift it clean and firm.

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Yes

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