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As long as you don’t over-rev the engine and push it past the red line, there should be no need to worry about wear or damage to the engine. It is only the clutch that you are going to be shortening the life of.


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When you engage the clutch without easing off the throttle a bit, the engine rpm can rise rather quickly. When you then release the clutch that higher engine speed is then felt by the clutch plates as excess wear. The correct technique, and this takes some practice but will soon become second-nature, is to simultaneously engage the clutch and ease off the ...


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I'm writing this answer based on my conversation with the product manufacturer itself and a few articles I read. During conversation, I cross questioned them to find out if it's true for this brand only or for others too. Of course they didn't comment much about other brands and but here's how they responded: 1st I called the customer care in India who ...


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Realistically, it is going to depend on the product itself, as every one is going to be different. They should remain good in their original container for quite some time. If you have any worries about a product which you've had for some time, the best/easiest thing for you to do is to try it on an inconspicuous portion of the finish (ie: door jam or inside ...


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The basic answer is yes. But that would most likely be limited to the catalytic converter. Most fuel injected vehicles run rich when they have a lack of information which the O2 (lambda) sensor would normally provide. The system runs it rich so as to protect internal components from detonation and other detrimental effects which happen due to a lean ...


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Causes of brake rubbing in order of likelihood include; brake pads not moving freely in caliper/pad carrier or caliper sliders jamming. Caliper piston jamming. Blockage in master cylinder or master cylinder cap breather Brake pipe detioration causing a blockage in the hydraulic system. Other fault in the hydraulic system preventing releasing brake pressure ...


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The short answer is Yes, they are safe to use. Indeed the Autoglym Motorcycle Care pack includes the exact same polishes as they include in the Car Care pack. Obviously with a motorcycle there are more exposed components so be careful not to get the electrical items too wet. Interesting side note, I've also used car polish on my kitchen appliances with ...


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Yes, those parts can certainly be waxed and it will help protect the finish. Be careful not to get the wax on the black textured pieces however. After it dries it will turn whitish and will mar the look of those parts. It's hard to remove from matte or textured surfaces.


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