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|11th November 2008, 21:50||#1|
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Bad clutch day
OK, so we have all heard about "Bad hair days" and some unfortunate ones like me have experienced that quite often. But did you ever go through a day when you just didn't seem to press and release the clutch properly leading two a lot of drags and revs and you basically feeling frustrated with your driving? I just had a day like that today and I was like . And the more I thought about it the more I messed up on the clutch. And for no apparent reason too!
Does this happen to you too? Or is it just me?
|14th December 2008, 00:52||#3|
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It happens to many. I am one of those people. I am used to bikes and when I drive Maruit 800, I am fine, but as soon as traffic goes higher, the problem occurs. May be a couple of times more revs, and then its fine, but its really frustrating when struck in bumper-to-bumper cut throat competition ( between three wheelers and two wheelers ) traffic.
It Just happens and also goes away as it came.
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