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|07-20-2015, 02:50 PM||#1|
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Dual Clutch Transmission Explained
Dual Clutch Transmission is a term that keeps popping up, and while I know it is automatic: I really have NO idea how it works. Here is a helpful video from Honda and Bonnier Motorcycle group to hopefully answer some of your questions and take the mystery out of the new automatic transmission.
For more information, check out Honda's helpful website HERE
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