Just noticed this over passed couple of days. It only happens when I have to power on harder than usual, like a hill start, or gun it a bit to hard off the lights. When you hit the friction point, and then go a TINY bit further, if your're rolling on throttle you get this pretty horrible sound. I wouldn't call it a grinding sound, but more of if you imagine a shitty car with bad brakes, when they slowly release the brakes from a stop on a downward, you get a sort of EEHHHHHRRRRHGHGHRHRHHHRHHH So hard to explain the noise. It is not a happy noise. At first I thought it was the back brake whinging as I came off it. But tested it with no brakes on. Once you release the clutch fully it stops. So to recreate, you would release the clutch smoothly like you normally would, however with more throttle, say to the extent of you should be releasing it faster, like a race start. I do NOT want to release it faster on a hill start though in case I raise the wheel, flip or re-enter orbit. The only thing I can think of is low oil in the clutch, and the plates are grinding? Suggestions? I don't want to fcuk my clutch.