2009 TE 310 Rekluse Clutch - Which one, which clutch cover?


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  • TripleThreat719

Posted 25 August 2012 - 06:23 PM

#1

[color=#141414]So... i spent 4 days on a KTM 990 Adventure touring bike outfitted with a Rekluse clutch while working on the rider recovery team at the Indianapolis MotoGP event. I had never ridden a bike with a Rekluse before and I was very impressed with how slowly i could ride the big 990 while hauling MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 riders, who had crashed, back through crowds of fans. The ability to creep through the crowds without having to worry about fanning the clutch to maintain a slow speed or worry about stalling the bike while hauling a world class rider on the back was impressive.[/color]

[color=#141414]I returned from working the event with a hope to be able to purchase a Rekluse for my 2003 KTM 640 Adventure and also one for my 2009 Husky TE 310.[/color]

[color=#141414]However, I learned that Rekluse stopped making one for the KTM when they discontinued the bike and I can't seem to find one in stock anywhere in the US. In addition, Rekluse tells me that their support for the TE 310 started in 2011.[/color]

[color=#141414]However, I've read a few references to guys having a Rekluse in their Red Head TE 310s, so I'm wondering if anyone can provide me with specifics on which clutch to order and also on which clutch cover to purchase as I understand that a deeper clutch cover is necessary to clear the Rekluse.[/color]

[color=#141414]Any help would be appreciated...[/color]

[color=#141414]Jeff[/color]

Edited by TripleThreat719, 25 August 2012 - 06:25 PM.


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  • Wonderspoon

Posted 26 August 2012 - 03:34 PM

#2

[color=#141414]So... i spent 4 days on a KTM 990 Adventure touring bike outfitted with a Rekluse clutch while working on the rider recovery team at the Indianapolis MotoGP event. I had never ridden a bike with a Rekluse before and I was very impressed with how slowly i could ride the big 990 while hauling MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 riders, who had crashed, back through crowds of fans. The ability to creep through the crowds without having to worry about fanning the clutch to maintain a slow speed or worry about stalling the bike while hauling a world class rider on the back was impressive.[/color]

[color=#141414]I returned from working the event with a hope to be able to purchase a Rekluse for my 2003 KTM 640 Adventure and also one for my 2009 Husky TE 310.[/color]

[color=#141414]However, I learned that Rekluse stopped making one for the KTM when they discontinued the bike and I can't seem to find one in stock anywhere in the US. In addition, Rekluse tells me that their support for the TE 310 started in 2011.[/color]

[color=#141414]However, I've read a few references to guys having a Rekluse in their Red Head TE 310s, so I'm wondering if anyone can provide me with specifics on which clutch to order and also on which clutch cover to purchase as I understand that a deeper clutch cover is necessary to clear the Rekluse.[/color]

[color=#141414]Any help would be appreciated...[/color]

[color=#141414]Jeff[/color]


I'm fairly certain the 450/510 z-start (non pro) clutch will work but you run into clearance issues with the clutch cover so you have to either get a 450/510 clutch cover or run two gasket spacers. You might PM fitness2go;I know for certain he had a 2009 txc 250 with a rekluse because I rode it.

  • TripleThreat719

Posted 26 August 2012 - 08:12 PM

#3

Great - Thanks...





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