We've always ridden with hydraulic clutches, and in '03, '04, '05, we had that anti-hopping, slipper clutch. They used it a lot in Supermoto, so when you were coming into a turn or downshifting the rear tire's not hopping around. It slips a little bit, and it was called a slipper clutch. For me, in off-road when we tried it, it just made the bike feel so much freer. Instead of coming down a hill and downshifting and then having the bike feel heavy, you'd downshift and it just felt light and it free-wheeled so much more. So when we started running slipper clutches I automatically started feeling like the bike felt lighter, and I actually started being way more competitive."