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post #1 of 34 Old 10-19-2009, 03:14 AM Thread Starter
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Rekluse Clutches

How many people would like to not have to use their clutch!? No more stalling... no more feathering... no more clutch! Just put it in gear and go!

http://www.rekluse.com makes that exact kind of clutch, but I dont see the 700xx on their list of Hondas. In fact all they have listed is the 450r.

a. any chance we share the same clutch?

b. how many people are going to write rekluse asking them to make us one????!!!!!

http://www.rekluse.com/zstartpro.shtml


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I would really need to try one before i commit....but yah im kinda interested.

of course after my stocker explodes......
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I personally like the use of a clutch. You have so much more control over your power that way.

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I personally like the use of a clutch. You have so much more control over your power that way.

Same here.



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My friend has a rekluse clutch on his kfx450 and it is pretty nice. I road it before it was installed and after and didn't notice a difference in power. It is deffinitely more manly to say "I like feathering the clutch",but it sure is nice when you are in that real technical stuff to work the gas only.
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A friend has tested these things in race and rec riding and says they work very well. He has decided not to continue using it as it does have its draw backs.

Constant maintenence and adjustment; you cant roll start (coz the clutch wont engage) if your batt runs flat.

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There is a provision to maintain the clutch lever for manual override similar to Honda's Sportclutch on the 250EX. I personally would keep it full manual. I was looking to put one of these on our DVX for the wife before she and the kid switched machines.

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There is a provision to maintain the clutch lever for manual override similar to Honda's Sportclutch on the 250EX. I personally would keep it full manual. I was looking to put one of these on our DVX for the wife before she and the kid switched machines.
Yep! I have an 08' 250ex... that thing is pretty fun cause you can't stall it!


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I have emailed them about it also! The engine on the TRX 700 XX is taken from the XR 650 and then rebuilt for this quad. Alot of the parts are similar but there´s a huge difference at the same time. When i look at the pdf´s of the 2 machines clutches they are very similar and i think it would be possible to get the XR Recluse in there with minor mods. Personally i want it for the really technical forestriding i do but elsewhere i don´t need one. Let´s see what answer they will give me!!
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