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  1. Chris Campbell

    How To Properly Maintain Your Rekluse Auto Clutch

    That would happen if you didn't check the clearance gap at the pressure plate and it was extensive. The z-start comes with thicker steel plates to account for play and wear. If your friction plates are worn then a thicker plate is used to tighten the gap and keep the play in spec. You check the gap with the little metal wires that have 90 degree bends at the ends. You insert them into the gap and check for clearance. Refer to the manual. Also I find it huge to add the anti-squeal o-rings on the inner hub in the little circles that are machined into it. (8) RMS Measured Drive Plates - Around .55 as I recall... (1) RMS .065” OR .060” Drive Plate (Adjustment Plate) http://www.rekluse-deutschland.de/anleitung/anleitung_rekluse_zstartpro_all.pdf
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    Kreft revalve control AER review

    Btw, not sure if your in Oregon or Texas, but bend Oregon is the original shop and will likely be the best one to call. Adam the owner will often answer if you ask for him.
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    Kreft revalve control AER review

    Just going to toss this out there. Krert lowers the otter chamber fork oil height on both legs 70cc to get the spring rate they like on the aer w rc. I added 20, then 10 more to go up 30cc total for mx tracks w big jumps and snowbiking after talking to Adam about the bottoming. It made them perfect.
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    Tubliss- Love/hate relationship

    Sorry bro, I'd be pretty lit also. Good news is stans isn't messy like slime.
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    Tubliss- Love/hate relationship

    Did you shake it before injecting it? Can you see where it's squirting out from? Did you reuse a tire with bead lock marks in it? You'll have to pull the tire and clean everything and inspect for rocks in the bead, gouges in the bead, rim damage, etc... The system works fine, especially with 2oz of stans added. Sorry for the bad news, but it's a little labor and you'll be golden.
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    Rekluse Push Start?

    in addition, for example on my KTM, with hydraulic slave cylinder you can turn the hex all the way out until the clutch drags to get bump start if your battery dies.... ask me how I know??!?!
  7. Chris Campbell

    Rekluse Push Start?

    you can adjust the clutch lever until there is no play, it will then drag and you can bump start the bike.
  8. Chris Campbell

    Best part of Unadilla was the love on Team Yamaha

    fair... fair... he's been better this year, but certainly is the king of stuff, slam, and ridin dirty
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    Best part of Unadilla was the love on Team Yamaha

    yeah, I heard from a friend that hold the 30 second board that they we're rolling around in a scuffle under the team semi a few months back.
  10. we use radios. Either in helmet ones for street bikes like Scala Rider or lately longer range radios from BCA for when we are in back country snow that are on our chest protectors
  11. I really love Barcia, since he grew up racing in my district and was our local kid. I don't care for Cooper Webb's reckless cutting off of other riders and block passing he's done to others ever since getting into the 450 class. So this just made my weekend to see Bam Bam give him the finger while leaving the face of the gravity cavity.
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    Tubliss- Love/hate relationship

    I didn't think the armorall is supposed to be on the bead of the tire. As it reads, it's just inside the red liner, where it should always be able to slip. The soapy water is to lube the outside of the red liner and bead to rim, so it slips until the water evaporates. Then leaving it dry and gripping between the red inner tire and bead, and bead to rim so it can't slip once dry and at 100+ psi. That's my method and it's been years of excellent experience. That's what the instructions read also. They say 1 to 20 soap to water, I do closer to 1 to 10.
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    Tubliss- Love/hate relationship

    Oh and 8 in front 4 in the rear. Stans notubes latex sealant only in the low pressure chamber, nothing in the 110psi center. 3oz front, 4oz rear.
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    Tubliss- Love/hate relationship

    We all ride the same trails as you. I've got a squad of A level guys (9 of us) we all run Tubliss and never have any issues or leakage. The key is being anal af on the install. Mainly so much soapy water it's drowning and very thick with soap - i use 4 to 1 water to car wash soap. If it still leaks, add 3oz of stans notubes front and 4 rear.
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