Is the Rekluse Clutch that good? 06 WR 450F

I have one on my wr250 and like it. I put the revloc on my yz250f and love it. The revloc seems to be a lot smoother. More expensive, but sometimes you get what you pay for. Although I don't dislike the rekluse, I do prefer the revloc.

I have one on my wr250 and like it. I put the revloc on my yz250f and love it. The revloc seems to be a lot smoother. More expensive, but sometimes you get what you pay for. Although I don't dislike the rekluse, I do prefer the revloc.

Revlocs have a reputation for having to replace the main bearing once a year. The Revloc design is sophisticated with better functionality but the reality is the Rekluse design is simpler and more reliable and functions well enough for all types of riding. :thumbsup:

I have one on my wr250 and like it. I put the revloc on my yz250f and love it. The revloc seems to be a lot smoother. More expensive, but sometimes you get what you pay for. Although I don't dislike the rekluse, I do prefer the revloc.

Indy is right, the Revloc's are good, but they tend to tear stuff up from what I've read. They don't allow any give in the clutch which means aggressive riders can have tranny problems with the revloc.

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