I don't understand how that would be the case. Explain?
My technique involves a lot of clutch and brake at the same time.
With the exp, the clutch pull was too stiff to use this technique. Using the a-clutch as it was intended and allowing it do all the work (not touching the lever) results in engine braking
, rear wheel
grab, and higher-than-desirable rpms making it harder to lean the bike over quickly. Bike wanted to stand up.
Over the years, I've learned a technique of using a manual clutch along with rear brake to make the bike handle the way I want it to at precisely the right time. with the A-clutch, I was having to learn a new technique so I instantly became slower. I guess that with the Core Exp, I could still use my clutch/brake technique but then all I would benefit from the a-clutch is the anti-stall feature. I don't stall very much so it's not really worth it to me to spend that much money for anti-stall benefits.
If I were serious about racing, I might own one because arm fatigue is more of a factor.