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has anyone tried an efm auto clutch?

i have had several bikes with a rekluce and ive even had an xr600 with a revloc, but now im a 700 man and for racing im thinking an auto clutch would be great , so has anybody tried one yet ? and if so does it hookup quick?

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This should help.
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thanks baxter i forgot about this thread

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I honestly thought you had one of these clutches.

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well i must admit i was a two wheel man till recently. i had many bikes and raced alot all over the country. and i have had alot of auto clutches, revloc that i hated. rekluce that worked but always made noise that made me feel like it was going to lock up but didnt so the new clutch on a 700 was a ? so im learning as i go and i think it will be great to have an auto clutch for the nasty stuff. but the thing that i want to know is how does the wider rear setup work and how do you feel it helps?

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