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<DIV>The stock deal no matter the bike is to provide enough area fiber to steel to transmit the torque and not slip. Common first is heavier springs and rider to "slide" the clutch to prevent/control wheels spin.</DIV>
<DIV>The lock-up is centrifugal weighted arms on the same clutch pack as before but with really light weight springs. This is to make it slip on purpose then as wheel speed comes up makes the arms apply force to the pack to make it stop slipping. All manner of lock-ups that have spring loaded counter balanced arms to prevent these from working earlier to make multiple stages. This is if say a single stage spins say a few feet out with the weight needed to not slip at peak revs.</DIV>