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  1. Apparently rekluse has an all new auto clutch that is completely redesigned from their old model, called the Rekluse EXP. Motocross action has a small write up on it. apparently it is easier to install and maintain. all of the parts are contained in a single, large disc that you install in one shot, and uses a series of weights instead of ball bearings. there is a small news clip on Rekluses website, but interestingly it doesn't mention anything the MXA write up did, and mentions some things it didn't. it says that you can switch the bike from manual to autoclutch in a few minutes, and the clutch action feels even better than the rekluse pro. http://www.rekluse.com/exp2.shtml MXA says it will retail for 700. not much more than the rekluse pro. just figured i'd share
  2. 1 review

    GENERAL INFORMATION Carbon clutch cover guard. Protects against rocks and brake levers DESCRIPTION Hyde Racing exhaust guard and skid plates offer a sleek factory look which protects your pipe from roost and rocks as well as protect pants and boots from burns. Made of a Teflon/Co-polymer, these revolutionary exhaust guard/skid plates come with stainless steel hardware, are abrasion resistant, will not dent, and will not crack or fatigue. The Hyde Racing form fitting design restricts mud accumulation allowing for lower engine temperatures due to more air flow, as a result there is no loss of horsepower. Hyde Racing exhaust guard/skid plates absorb sound instead of reflecting it so it offers superior impact absorption with no resonate noise.
  3. Brian Wilson

    Rekluse Friction Disk Kit

    1 review

    Friction Disk Kit - Designed for use in our full line of Rekluse clutches or as OEM replacements in stock clutches. Matches or exceeds the wear characteristics of OEM plates.
  4. 1 review

    Developed with and recommended to enhance performance of OEM pressure plates as well as Hinson clutch baskets, inner hubs and pressure plates Made out of high-temperature steel to OEM specifications Highly resistant to losing strength due to high heat from 4-strokes Provides optimum hook-up with minimum heat build-up
  5. SoCalJeff

    KTM 500 EXC (2016)


    What a machine! I picked up my '16 500 exc this week and got a chance to take it for a romp through Cleghorn trail in the San Berdoo National Forest. It rides like a dream!<br /><br />Prior to picking it up from the dealer, I had them add the Rekluse Core EXP 3. This is my first bike with the Rekluse. Love it!
  6. Lil_Dude

    Honda CRF450R (2014)


    My new whip... along with a few pictures from the Spring creek MX track in Millville Minnesota. I live only one hour away and raced there all summer in the District 23 amateur series, that track has it all and this bike (with a few mods) will take anything it'll throw at you, in stride.
  7. WisserRacing421

    Honda CRF450R (2004)


    This bike has a ton of hours on it. We did a complete engine rebuild 3 years ago on it, and it's been wrecked hard. Sent my husband on a helecopter ride to the Trauma Unit, but it's been resurrected and still holds it's own on the track. My son started playing on this bike at the age of 12. We do have a Rekluse Z-Start Pro clutch in it and it won't stall when you lay it over. Only downside is, it's hard to get parts/plastics as it's a 1-off year for most parts and plastics.
  8. Niellex

    KTM 300 XC-W (2015)


    Best single track bike you can own. Hands down the most fun bike I've had the chance to own. I absolutely love it!
  9. Z-Boy

    Yamaha YZ125 (1998)


    Great solid bike! Rips to shreds!
  10. Theeebalz

    Kawasaki KX250 (1998)


    so far i like it. got a TON of extra parts with it. has ALOT of internal and external extras on the bike, and it needs to be polished up and pretty
  11. Le Rocco

    Suzuki DR-Z400SM (2007)


    came to me second hand and needing love, so im giving it to her everyday that i can despite 20* weather and fuel prices! 58+mpg and corners harder than my cbr1000rr!
  12. thebob_za

    Husaberg TE300 (2014)


    What a bike. The 300 two stroke has so much power all the way through the rev range, but without the heavy feeling of a four stroke. Quality components everywhere and killer looks just add to an already impressive package.
  13. Gereen50

    Husaberg FE390 (2012)


    Great trail bike but a little top heavy. Ultra reliable.
  14. Blind Stroker

    Honda CRF250X (2005)


    On single track the 250x is superb. The light weight, solid power and great suspension make it easy to hit the trail all day long. There is no downside to the 250cc to 450cc in the tight stuff until you hit wide open desert or fire roads. If single track is your bag I recommend you lean to the 250cc. PS: Get a Rekluse on it - you would be amazed at what it allows you to do in the tight stuff and how much effort you will save through the technical stuff. I would give it a 5 star if it was available in a 350cc - that would be a perfect mix of power to weight. Hence 4 stars.
  15. Cody Osborn

    Can-Am DS 450 X (2008)


    best race quad i have owned. i love it just wish it was newer!
  16. Mitch2296

    Broken Foot ! &Clutch Help!

    Hey guys was practicing wheeling a few hours after New Years ball dropped (wasn't the best idea), was practicing bringing it up in 3rd then shifting to 4th to ride it out , long store short I fell on the left side crushing my foot broke 4 bones in my left foot al, the left foot peg and shift lever are kinda fugly now , (PROBLEM):: but for some odd reason while the bike is off and idle without pulling the clutch lever in I can shift through all 5 gears ? Is this normal or am I going to spend some money ? P.s. Was riding with no hand guards so I'm pretty sure the clutch lever itself took a slap .

    Clutch Slip @ almost WOT

    At nearly WOT, most noticeable in 3/4/5 gear and leaned over coming out of a turn, it feels like the clutch is slipping. My bike is a 2007 SM w/18.4k miles on it with, to my knowledge, a stock clutch. If it helps, like most SM owners, I spend a lot of time on only the rear wheel. Anyone else experienced this? How to fix this?
  18. Having trouble finding any.. Any leads, links? considering running 450 springs. opinions?
  19. rustynail

    Clutch arm spring help

    I have a YZ426f 2002 I removed my clutch arm to make it longer because the clutch was really stiff. Any how when I removed it I saw the return spring was like in pic 1. Pic 2 is the way I think it should go. What do guys think? Should the spring be in the notch or on the other side.