Moving from my 2017 650XT with mechanical clutch to the 2020 1050XT hydraulic clutch. My main problem in conversion is the 1050 clutch is it doesn't feather into gear like my 650xt. Using a light fixture analogy, the 650XT clutch is like a dimmer switch that slowly starts to engage as its being released and gas applied. The 1050 XT is more like an on/off switch that is either engaged fully towards the end of the release or not at all. It proves somewhat awkward in slow maneuvers, because I can't seem to coordinate the feather (because there is none) between gas and clutch so I end up getting lurches instead. Same in both A and B mode. Is this something I just need to get used to because this is how hydraulics work or is there an adjustment of some kind I can make.