I installed a Rekluse Core EXP on my new 2010 YZ450 last week. I just barely got the bike broke in before I installed the Rekluse. Installed the Rekluse exactly according to the directions, pretty easy to follow. After the initial clutch break-in as described in the manual, I set the installed gap at 1 full turn + 3 ticks, as per their recommendation. Took it out for a ride and soon discovered that I was able to stall it. So I I turned it up to 1 full turn + 5 ticks; still able to stall it. So then I changed out the blue/red springs to all blue springs (in order to get it to engage only at higher rpms). Couldn't tell much difference, still able to stall it. So today I have pulled it apart and completely re-checked everything, re-set it to 1 turn + 3 ticks, but still able to stall. Turned it back up to 5 ticks, but still able to stall it. In fact, this seems even worse. The bike wants to "creep forward" in neutral, whereas at 3 ticks it doesn't. This seems backward to me. Shouldn't it be less prone to creeping forward at 5 ticks? I am only making the installed gap larger which should make it be "more disengaged". Why am I able to still stall it?