Yea, no kidding eh... I have the stock can's on my 848 and its amazing how loud those things are alone.I doubt it is the dry clutch on our bikes that wakes the neighbors.
Yeah I really lucked out on the combination, thanks to Bellissimoto (EVR) and Motowheels (Corse magnesium cover). But the STM wire cover takes getting used to...I was gonna start riding in a kilt to keep my pant leg from snagging...which it did ALL the time with the stock clutch...that clutch pack sure is puuuuuuuuuurdy!!!
there s a thread like this at least once a weekThe list:
Dry clutches are slightly more noisy.
Dry clutches allow for the use of fewer plates, making for a more slender clutch housing, and allowing for a wider/stronger transmission.
Dry clutches tend to get hotter and wear out more quickly.
Dry clutches are easier/quicker to maintain/change out as there's no fluid to drain.
Dry clutches leave your engine oil less dirty.
Dry clutches can be left open for gearhead visual appeal.
Dry clutches are said to be more "grabby."