Here is a question. Normally when I am in a very tight turn (example: 90 degree turn around a tree and the trail is 1' wide) I clutch to get the rpm's up (Usually 2nd gear) and when I get to the apex of the turn I dump and shoot out. How does the rekluse do that? In this senario I am keeping my RPM's up so that when I dump the clutch I have immediate torque to shoot out. Does the Rekluse give you that same torque in the low RPM.
I hope I am articulating this so that yall can understand the question??
You can clutch the bike just as you do now... To me, I had almost zero adaptatin time for the clutch. I just got on an rode the bike, finding that I didn't have to really change anything to enjoy it.
The best thing I like about the clutch is the ability to brake side without clutching and crawling through 1st gear only technical sections by modulating the throttle, not feathering the clutch. Antoher thing that is nice is that if you do get knocked off your line unexpectedly, you just let off the gas, bang a gear down and roll the throttle back on. No flame outs or spikes of power to get you out of shape.