2019 Darkness Black Goldwing DCT (1800BD)
Or is it the common approach of clutch, throttle, and rear brake is 1 tool too many? If you have to remove the 6mm allen nut, do you need the 5mm allen wrench as well?But there are times when you really need to control forward motion, gain gyroscopic stability and put pressure on the rear brake. With DCT all that translates to more throttle and apply brake. Seems like less tools in the tool box and a heck of a lot of pressure on the rear brake... and that engine cannot stall or you're in trouble. The problem is I would love to try it but would have to buy to know. Thanks for the video.
If the problem can be addressed by 2 tools - then you only need 2 tools. You might want 3, but that is provably 1 more than needed. By definition.
By the way, the DCT will NEVER stall - that's the beauty of it. If the engine starts to lug, the clutch automatically engages. I've never heard of a case of a Honda motorcycle DCT stalling from the DCT lugging down the motor so much it died. Ever. Have you?
Can you stall your slushbox automatic in a car? Nope. Same with a DCT.
Now, you CAN stall a manual clutch motor, quite easily! I'm sure we all remember our first few jerks around a parking lot as we were learning to ride...