Thanks for the info. I'm glad that you mentioned that, cause I wouldn't have had a clue.I ride about 30 -50 hrs per season. Thats average for me. I change my oil at least 1 time per season, sometimes 2. Just make shure when you do change your oil you use oil that is designed for a wet clutch. Not just motor oil. You will know you got the right stuff when you pay for it.
Yeah, it don't matter which type of clutch. As long as your clutch is submerged in the engine oil, and it is, then you need oil designed for wet clutch systems or your clutch will start slipping in a short amount of time.Your clutch is lubed with the oil in the case. So you need a special motor oil that will work with the clutch. Manual, semi auto, auto, dont think it matters. Check your manual to be sure! You can get motor oil that will work with a wet clutch @ most auto parts stores. It will say it right on the container. The cheap stuff goes for 12 buck a qt round here.