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  1. racerden

    KTM 525 EXC (2004)

    0 comments

    Best Baja bike ever; love the forgiving handling at straight line speed
  2. jiveabillion

    Beta 250 RR (2016)

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    This is my favorite bike to ride. It has power right off the throttle and it's a blast to ride.
  3. WisserRacing421

    Honda CRF450R (2004)

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    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.
  4. Gereen50

    Husaberg FE390 (2012)

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    Great trail bike but a little top heavy. Ultra reliable.
  5. Larry02ACR

    Kawasaki KX250 (2004)

    0 comments

    I think this motorcycle is awesome. Of course, I pretty much think all motorcycles are awesome.
  6. Blind Stroker

    Honda CRF250X (2005)

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    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.
  7. KTMRider4Life

    Supercross Star Racing Running Rekluse

    Theyn don't outright say it's the autoclutch but it sure seems implied...Been several discussions about it over the years...
  8. Jzonts

    KTM 450 XC-F (2008)

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    I love the bike
  9. racerden

    Rekluse E-Axle

    1 review

    PRODUCT DETAILS The Rekluse e-Axle is an eccentric axle assembly which replaces the stock front wheel axle. The e-Axle allows the rider to instantly tune the steering characteristics of their motorcycle to meet changing riding conditions. Within minutes the rider may adjust the e-Axle over a 4 millimeter range, achieving instant trail adjustment without the cost and hassle of adjusting traditional triple clamps. There is no perfect offset for every rider or every riding condition. Only the e-Axle makes it possible to instantly adjust and utilize the perfect offset for every riding condition. The Rekluse e-Axle is made of heat-treated, precision ground 17-4PH solid stainless steel and despite the smaller diameter is designed to provide greater strength than the stock axle. So ride your e-Axle everywhere and have the ability to adjust to unexpected changes in riding conditions.
  10. I have an original rekluse z start (not pro) for 02-08 450r models, I originally bought it for my supermoto which is an R but now I think I want it for my 450x trail bike. Does anyone know whats involved with swapping it over to the X? I called rekluse and they didn't know anything, they just offered me a $100 trade in on any new product, said they stopped supporting that product 7 years ago. From what I can gather on their website the X has 7 steels and the R has 6, and the throwout spacer on an X is a .25" ball and the spacer on the R is a .290"x.130" oval spacer.
  11. YZPaGuy

    Rekluse Help

    Okay this is an add on to Stoie's post about the Rekluse. I have a question or two...... Basically I was going orange this year but my wife wasn't happy with her bike and my son needs an 85 because he is growing fast so the 08 YZ450 is going to have to stay my main race bike for at least the better half of the upcoming race season, so I am going to do a bunch more work to it and that includes a Rekluse but I'm a little confused 1) Did they do away with one of the clutches they used to offer? From stoie's post....Rekluse EXP 2.0.......Rekluse CoreEXP.........Rekluse vStart Pro.........Rekluse CoreEXP 2.0........but I can only find three on the Rekluse website.......Core EXP just got better – Now with EXP 2.0 Technology.............Rekluse z-Start Pro...........New for 2011 with EXP 2.0 Technology Am I missing something here? Anyway, I race Hare Scrambles on the East Coast. Very tight stuff in allot of cases but there are also "open" races. Never higher then 3rd gear with the 450, mostly 2nd gear racing. I pointed out of C this year and I am racing in B Vet this year. I am not a fast guy but I should finish mid pack B. A couple of buddies say Z Start but I am thinking the Core EXP 2.0. Basically what I want is the bike to start in gear off the line and for it not to stall in the tight stuff. I don't stall allot now, maybe once or twice a race but that once or twice costs me positions. My biggest problem is my hand and arm start hurting half way through the race from clutching so much. If I could get rid of that it would help me out ALLOT! Let me know your suggestions and why. I want to order one in the next week or so but I want to make the right choice. Thanks for the help guys!
  12. 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
  13. SoCalJeff

    KTM 500 EXC (2016)

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    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!
  14. I've read a few posts about clutchless shifting and most say its ok to do. Most have not had clutch failures that I saw...unless I didn't read enough. Although, I'd be afraid to downshift clutchless under load like on a technical climb, but is this OK to do? So, if clutchless shifting is ok, what's the advantage of the Rekluse? The idle w/o pulling in the clutch? Experiences to share? (If this topic has been already posted, I apologize in advance. Please link me to the post. Thanks.)
  15. Well I picked up a sorely abused 2008 CRF450 from a kid that probably shouldn't own a pair of roller skates let alone a bike. So the story goes that it just wouldn't start anymore unless towed behind a truck. He then pulled the 08 engine and installed a 06. However it seemed to be a good idea to cut all wiring instead of removing the tank and radiators. Long story short I got a 08 that is clapped out, leaking at most places it could on the chassis and an engine with stator wire cut and supposedly "junk". After a quick look don't think bike had too many hours. Just a lot of abuse. Decals were still on swingarm and sprockets barely worn. Original grips hadn't even worn through from a spill. Also cases are in great shape. A little work off eBay and I now have cdi / coil / kill switch. Couldn't find a stator yet. Cleaned up outside of engine and stripped remaining parts to begin a complete overhaul Checked valves. Any thoughts? Oh yeah, the oil was THICK
  16. MuddySA

    Yamaha YZ450F (2013)

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    The last dirt bike I owned was a '98 YZ400 so I have been out to the dirt game for awhile but never stopped riding. I had street bikes still to keep me happy. Buying this one, I actually went in to see about buying a 2014 YZ250F. The salesman talked me into getting this 2013 450 at a huge discount so I jumped on it even though I was worried about power and not being used to riding in the dirt after so long of a break. Best decision I had this year as for as hobby purchases. I love it, picked up right where I lift off riding off-road. This thing has the perfect amount of power everywhere for my riding style. I did have to give it some extra umfh already a for as power adders. I started with an FMF Factory 4.1 RCT slip-on and the Yamaha GYTR Power Tuner then recently added an FMF megabomb header (neither were installed yet on the pics posted) and love it even more. For me the bike went from perfect to heaven.
  17. Eric Shaul

    KTM 500 EXC (2017)

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    Awesome dirt bike that happens to be street legal.
  18. When our kids are little we want to advance them from their little Honda semi-automatic bike to a clutch right? It makes us so proud to see them figuring out and working the clutch. But as adults its cool if you have a Recluse clutch? What's the deal? Its basicly the same thing as a semi-auto clutch. Discuss...
  19. jskidmore

    Rekluse EXP Core 3.0 auto-clutch

    15 reviews

    WHAT IT DOES Using the principles of centrifugal force this clutch automatically engages and disengages based on RPM. This means you can come to a complete stop in gear, without touching the clutch lever, and your bike stays running. FEATURES AND BENEFITS– Prevents engine stalls – Clutch lever use is optional; lever feel and function are unchanged – Smooth power engagement increases traction – Cooler operating temperatures and incredibly efficient clutching provide extended clutch life – Allows riders to refine skills like precise throttle control, line selection, and cornering – Proprietary billet components offer superior durability – Riding is enhanced, more fun, and less demanding so riders can conquer more terrain – Fully tunable to suit rider and/or terrain – Manaul shifting of transmission still required – Installation does not require modification of stock parts
  20. I have the Rekluse with the Perch adjuster so I still have my clutch lever. However, some people also like to add a (shorty) left hand rear brake lever. More finesse than the right foot gives. Has anyone done this? Is there a kit? I love my X and getting in those scratchy little trails this would help. I know some KTM folks have done this, but without the perch part. I would like to have both. -Dennis
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