Yes! RVS Technology creates a triboceramic surface on friction pairs, both surfaces of which are metallic. The clutch pack is made up of a stack of alternating steel plates and friction plates that create the clutch pack. These alternating plate surfaces create the friction between them. RVS only reacts with the metallic plate, and does not create new surface on the friction plate, creating no problems with the friction.
What actually happens is that RVS creates a triboceramic surface on the wearing metal friction surfaces. This creates less mechanic drag, and axial movement of the clutch is easier, which makes the clutch work smoother and better. Additionally, the metal plates surfaces become “smoother” hence actually increasing the surface area of the metal plate against the friction plate. The transmission has many moving gears and shafts, and those additionally greatly benefit from the RVS Triboceramic coating. It is recommended to use a slightly stronger product for motorcycles due to this fact. For example if your motorcycle has an oil capacity of 4 quarts, use a G6 product instead of a G4.