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I'm putting a rekluse core exp 3.0 in my 14 yz450f

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I have put the same rekluse in two other bikes with good luck I've even had better clutch feel at the lever. I want to know everyone else's opinion on there clutch feel at the clutch lever and other experiences how you like the clutches after there set up right.

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I have the 2.0 in my '14 450 and the clutch feels just as good as stock as long as it is set up correctly. I said in the other rekluse thread i bought the heavy weights and that made it feel even better..no slipping at all..

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I have the 2.0 in my '14 450 and the clutch feels just as good as stock as long as it is set up correctly. I said in the other rekluse thread i bought the heavy weights and that made it feel even better..no slipping at all..

Thanks for your input. It's highly appreciated.

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