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rekluse question

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Hi,

Just a quick rekluse question, i have just fitted the rekluse to my 426. I have fitted the standard clutch with no perch aduster, my question is does the original clutch actuator spring get cliped back on at the end of the fitting process or is it left unclipped. Also what have people found better to fit, the soft or medium spring ?? cheers.

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Leave the original spring UNHOOKED. I personally use the soft spring adjusted tight.

Good luck..

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Thanks for that. I have read all i can on the rekluse and will test the bike for the first time on wednesday. If any one has any quick bits of advice on setup please leave your tips, cheers Mark.

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Thanks for that. I have read all i can on the rekluse and will test the bike for the first time on wednesday. If any one has any quick bits of advice on setup please leave your tips, cheers Mark.

Put 20 minutes on it and recheck the installed gap. The weaker spring will make your fiber plates last longer. And use Rotella 15W40, the stuff is magic in a bottle for auto-clutches. :worthy:

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Leave the original spring UNHOOKED. I personally use the soft spring adjusted tight.

Good luck..

Same here. I haven't tried the other spring but the soft one works great.

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