Question for Rekluse owners

5 replies to this topic
  • comtnrider

Posted March 31, 2009 - 06:25 PM


I just recieved my Rekluse Pro today and am planning an install this weekend on my 07 WR450. I was wondering what setup works best for you? I see the Med/Hrd is recommended initial setting. Is this working for most? We have a lot of tight technical trails here in Colorado, however a lot of open country also. Just looking for any recommendation from current users. Thanks RB

  • bmah

Posted April 01, 2009 - 05:33 AM


I :thumbsup: have the same bike, same rekluse. I went with the standard setup recommended by rekluse. Riding technical rock, root strewn trails with a rekluse is akin to cheating! You will be pleased with this setup. Don't forget that the bike will freewheel when the engine speed drops to idle, a quick blip of the throttle will re-engage the clutch and restore engine braking.

  • Roger_Steck

Posted April 01, 2009 - 09:57 AM


I have an 07 WR450F and ride mostly technical single track. Tight stuff. I started with the Med/Hard set up but did not like it because it would free wheel down hills. Changed to Low/Hard and loved it. Then I could go down hill with the clutch in and let the clutch out and have engine braking.

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  • comtnrider

Posted April 03, 2009 - 02:45 PM


Thanks for the replies. I went with the recommended setting and go from there. Just finished the install, quick and easy. Will have to wait till tomorrow to do the break-in as more snow is moving in. Thanks again, RB

  • maincrash

Posted April 03, 2009 - 03:58 PM


I have the rekluse in my 07 wr450 installed with the recommended settings and love it I had to use the thicker plate after the half hour break in

  • ASternad

Posted August 30, 2009 - 11:30 AM


Just installed the Pro in my 09 WR450. Went with the Low/Soft setting initially.
I've read (on the Rekluse site) that the Low/hard setting is more prone to stalls. Has anyone experienced this?


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