Join Date: Mar 2013
Location: In the twisties around Hendersonville, NC
Personally, I've never done those things. Just never had the need to rev the engine with the clutch in and coasting in gear.
That being said, I'm guessing you are hearing the transmission dogs clunk from one side to the other.
While you're coasting at idle, the clutch plates are being driven by the transmission. When you rev the bike, my guess is that clutch drag is now causing the transmission to be slightly driven by the engine and the transmission dogs move to the other side of engagement.
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