ok go easy on me, i haven't really typed out reviews before on here but i thought id tell ya what i think about the EXP clutch ok so i got a 08 rmz 250 that i have been trying to make into a wicked woods bike witch i think i have buy now, but i just got my Rekluse EXP put in before a camping bike ride. 1st thing, its amazing! being a woods rider and not killing it trying to go up step hill climes or coming in to a corner and going over logs just snap the throttle and you go its sweet. if you have watched the install video on Rekluse.com its as easy as they show it. the book that they give you shows pictures and its super easy. took me about 20 min. but getting the 1/8 inch pull back on the clutch lever was kinda tough for me. i had to adjust my cable out about an inch. making my stock clutch feel really hard. its hard to pull in. but thats miner knowing that i dont have to use it anymore. after i got my lever pulling back just right i was shocked to shift in to first and let go of my clutch and have it stay in neutral. . . its sweet. you give it gas and it goes. so after some driveway riding the next day i loaded up and went and did some real riding. on the trail it feels like im cheating. you could be in third and start to lug a little and you can still grab your clutch lever and rev into higher rmp and pull out of it. or if you coming into a turn really fast and gotta slow down you can step on your back break and your bike wont die first off and right when you give it gas you still have enough momentum to pull you right through it. that is one of my favorite parts about the exp. the corning is amazing. witch brings me to engine breaking, my 2nd favorite thing about it. its hard to describe but its almost like you can control your engine breaking, witch i like. if your going down a gradual hill in third and you stop giving it gas the bike will engine break but slowly start to fade because your starting to go slower then its like your in neutral again. but if you start going to fast again down that same hill just give it gas and how ever high rmp you reved it to you got that much more engine breaking and it starts to go down again. and same thing if you want to stop engine breaking completely just pull in the clutch, wait tell your coasting, like you were in neutral and let it out the lever. then you can start it again buy giving your bike gas and it starts again. plus if your going down a steep hill and feel the need to use both breaks you can with out killing it it will stay in first or second and you could skid your back tire for days, i don't know why you would want to but you can. i hope that makes since because that's the best part about it i think, not over reving your bike down hill or shifting up and worrying about going to fast. plus its fun to use like that, for me it is at least. also fowling slower riders on xr 100 and drz 125 witch i did alot its nice to be in second gear and just putt around. you never kill it from stalling and once you see that they made it up a step hill or over a nasty root section you still can twist the throttle and mob right over it. i have a 250 but i bet if you have a 450 and your fowling your little kid or your girlfriend /wife it would be nice to not ride your clutch out all day. so thats about it. the goods -never killing it -faster cornering -better bike control -controlling engine breaking (some might not like that but i do) -fun!!! the bads -no compression start -forgetting your in gear when you start your bike and giving it gas. i did that once and it shot out right under my legs. hahah so remember to start in neutral or pull in the clutch lever. hope this helps for those thinking about getting one of the Rekluse Clutches. if your on the fence about it i hope you get it. its amazing and super fun!