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Another M900 question

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I understand that a "dry clutch" doesn't have oil all over it, so im guessing it works just like a car's clutch does. Does a dry clutch operate differently than a wet one? I know the action is the same, but whats the reasoning for including a dry clutch in a bike's design? I also understand they make noise, whats that all about? Thanks all,

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