Rekluse set-up

I want to install one of these but I am nervous about how it will perform in the technical terrain of our desert races. Anybody have feedback on that?

What about bump starting the bike. Is this even possible with the Rekluse clutch?

What about the clutch adjuster. Do you need it after you get it set up for your riding style?

No bump starting, no stalling either. Perch adjuster? I've got one on mine, makes finding neutral easier and quicker adjustments. Search this forum, you will find all the information you want. :)

I want to install one of these but I am nervous about how it will perform in the technical terrain of our desert races. Anybody have feedback on that?

it shines in the tight technical stuff :) i reccomend the perch adjuster also. in a situation that requires a quick fan of the clutch you still have it, and it is difficult(almost impossible) to find neutral while the bike is running without it. it also helps starting in gear. :)

What makes finding nuetral so hard ? I am looking into the clutch. Can you still pull the clutch lever in to help? Sorry if my questions seem novice.

Kevin

What makes finding nuetral so hard ? I am looking into the clutch. Can you still pull the clutch lever in to help? Sorry if my questions seem novice.

Kevin

When the bike is in gear it tends to tighten the chain slack and may creep forward a little if the engine idle is set too high. You can pull the lever in and it overrides the auto clutchs pull. And you can still dump the clutch if you need too, some use it for MX starts (I do not). The auto clutch puts down maximum traction everytime you accelerate, with reduced wheel spin, no stalling, and perfect starts. I am a MXer mostly and I dropped 5 sec a lap at my local MX track with this set up. And I also can ride harder longer because I no long have a clutch lever to deal with. I would recommend Rekluse to anyone. :)

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