Motorcycle Clutch + Parts
A motorcycle's clutch interacts with the engine crankshaft and the transmission. There are certain types of clutch classes for different motorbikes. To select the best option for your motorcycle, it's important to know a little about how each clutch is designed.
Multi-Plate Motorcycle Clutch on Sale
Many motorcycle manufacturers build bikes with a multi-plate clutch. We have this motorcycle clutch on sale; it has interleaved plates and several friction plates, which are near one another in a central zone. This clutch also has many springs that keep the plates in place. The entire clutch is connected to a flywheel. Shop at our store and score free shipping on a motorcycle clutch with this design.
Centrifugal Clutch Bargains
If you have a motorcycle that's classified as a moped or scooter, it will have a centrifugal clutch. This clutch has two concentric shafts along with a pair of driving shafts. Each shift is mounted within a driven shaft. If you need a centrifugal clutch, we have the best deals on motorcycle clutch with this design.
When a centrifugal clutch is built, its clutch unit and engine flywheel are secured to a rubber belt. This design aspect is a big reason why a centrifugal clutch operates like a Continuously Variable Transmission. Experience better performance by upgrading your motorbike with a new centrifugal clutch while our motorcycle clutches are on sale.
Slipper Clutch Deals
In the racing world, slipper clutches are new hardware. These clutches are made with two bases. One base is designed to transmit power when a motorcycle is driven normally, and the other activates whenever the hardware detects back-torque. Because this type of clutch doesn't totally interact with a transmission, it's a great clutch for tactical racing situations that require sudden downshifts. Get the best deals on motorcycle clutch for a race from our store.