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When clutch depressed, engine braking available?

Postby Admin@SDT » Sat Oct 23, 2010 1:09 pm

Q : When clutch depressed, engine braking available?

We had a user who asked us this question. We found that this will be useful knowledge to all. As such the explanation is as given below for this question :

With the clutch pedal completely pressed or a motorcycles clutch lever pulled entirely towards you, there is no direct link between the engine and the driveshaft, so no power can pass from the engine to the driveshaft and wheels. With the pedal entirely released, there is full contact between the engine and the driveshaft, via the clutch plate, which means that the engine can apply power directly to the driveshaft. - courtesy of Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clutch_control

As such, when clutch is depressed, the wheels free-wheel and there is no engine braking effect.

Hope this question review helps.
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