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08-25-2019 06:58 PM
Desert rider Manual clutch THE BEST 👍💯
08-16-2019 04:58 AM
deltabi @Dimitri : Using the rear brake is the only way you can modulate the clutch on the DCT.
08-16-2019 04:04 AM
mike5100
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Originally Posted by Dimitri View Post
Manual states
Engine idle speed 1,200 ± 100 min-1 (rpm)
Ok - but my point is if Dimitri wants 300 or 400 rpm AND that's the correct revs in 1st gear to move along at 6 or 7 mph, then the DCT must be slipping the clutch or it would stall. Mine doesn't and I have had 5 dct bikes now and done 80k miles on them and never had one stall.
Mike
08-16-2019 01:13 AM
Dimitri
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Originally Posted by mike5100 View Post
idle speed is 1400rpm isn't it? I guess Honda wouldn't want revs dropping much below idle speed, so if 1400rpm in 1st gear is too fast they will cause the dct to slip it's clutch. Won't they?
Mike
Manual states
Engine idle speed 1,200 ± 100 min-1 (rpm)
08-15-2019 03:50 AM
mike5100
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Originally Posted by Dimitri View Post
Thanks for the feedback. What I want is 300-400 rpms to maintain forward momentum while moving at 6-7 mph. Don’t want to drag the rear brake and maintain constant throttle. If I had the standard to modulate the clutch it wouldn’t stall. Honda claims no stalls for DCT thus I expect the ECM to adapt, handle and deliver. I’m usually in s1 / s2 mode, gravel mode and abs off. On the bright side, blasting down dirt roads on full throttle is no issue
idle speed is 1400rpm isn't it? I guess Honda wouldn't want revs dropping much below idle speed, so if 1400rpm in 1st gear is too fast they will cause the dct to slip it's clutch. Won't they?
Mike
08-15-2019 03:27 AM
Dimitri
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Originally Posted by Shadowjack View Post
How many people who are complaining of slow-speed stalling also have a habit of blipping the throttle? The ECM gets confused when it doesn't know what you really want.
Thanks for the feedback. What I want is 300-400 rpms to maintain forward momentum while moving at 6-7 mph. Don’t want to drag the rear brake and maintain constant throttle. If I had the standard to modulate the clutch it wouldn’t stall. Honda claims no stalls for DCT thus I expect the ECM to adapt, handle and deliver. I’m usually in s1 / s2 mode, gravel mode and abs off. On the bright side, blasting down dirt roads on full throttle is no issue
08-09-2019 12:53 AM
Torque Request Loose the ethanol, it's worth the effort.
08-08-2019 06:23 AM
AT-Dragon
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Originally Posted by Im_Too_Tired View Post




Noticed how it holds gears longer in "S" mode and chugs gas. Well at least it sounds more aggressive so there's a consolation.
Yea, but it shifts MUCH better and closer to how I would shift if it was a manual...
08-04-2019 03:51 PM
Im_Too_Tired
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Originally Posted by Martman View Post
My 2018 ATAS DCT did the whole stalling thing too ... and sure enough the fuel filter was plugged with a white waxy substance.
Dealer cleaned the filter and washed out the tank... no further issues since. ... My bike is a really low serial number bike, so an early build for Honda
6 wks ago bought left over July 2018 ATAS dct and now I'm worried. Was hoping this was resolved by the time 18's were made.


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Originally Posted by AT-Dragon View Post
Mine (2018 ATAS) will come very close to stalling but ONLY in “D” mode did a rolling stop once and it even stayed in 2nd when I went to take off it chugged and chugged came very close...
Noticed how it holds gears longer in "S" mode and chugs gas. Well at least it sounds more aggressive so there's a consolation.
08-04-2019 11:14 AM
AT-Dragon Mine (2018 ATAS) will come very close to stalling but ONLY in “D” mode did a rolling stop once and it even stayed in 2nd when I went to take off it chugged and chugged came very close...
But that is a DCT issue the above issues sone more engine/fuel related. And mine is fixed by not trying to drive slow in “D” mode and just use “S”..
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