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millmatt

rekluse z start clutch-wr450-07

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just fitted one to my 07 wr450

has anyone else?

it has made the bike so much better in tight technical

stuff.

one slight problem though is a bit of clutch drag,

nothing extreme but a job to select neutral.

any ideas?

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Mine ('07 WR 450) was a chore to find neutral for a while too. Finally this last weekend she loosened up and no more problems. Cheers

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I have the perch adjuster too. I don't ever look for neutral, so I can't say its a problem...or not. The Rekluse is by far my favorite mod so far. Add a rear trials tire and you'll have an unstopable machine.

Chris

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one slight problem though is a bit of clutch drag,

Can you tell me more about this. What exactly do you mean by drag?

My rekluse is on the way. Should be here by Friday?

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Get the perch mount adjuster and keep the clutch lever. Use the lever to find neutral. Works great to eliminate the little bit of drag.

+1 on the perch adjuster. Having the clutch lever option is great. The Rekluse is now an absolute necessity on any future dirt bikes I may consider. If they don't make one for the bike I'm looking to buy, then I won't buy the bike...SC

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If they don't make one for the bike I'm looking to buy, then I won't buy the bike...SC

This was the last nail in the coffin for me and my XR400. The moment I realized I couldn't get the automatic clutch for it ( you used to be able to) I decided to get a new bike. I'm expecting my Rekluse Pro by the end of the week:applause:

EDIT: oops I already said that in the previous reply. It just goes to show you how exited I am about it.

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Cheers for that I think that I may leave it for awhile and see if she settles. Thanks Andy

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Clutch drag is the tedency for the clutch to engage slightly even though the clutch lever is pulled all the way in.

that was my suspicion. thanx:thumbsup:

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