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Old 02-16-2017, 09:38 PM   #61
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Re: What is your experience with Rekluse Auto Clutches?

If the ergos on any bike don't fit I have all kinds of problems due to dozens (literally) of broken bones in hands, fingers, and wrists. A change in cruising speed or direction, wind speed or direction, long grade etc., requires adjusting, so that's why I don't do windshields. If the hand grips are in the right place all I need is three sets of foot pegs and a flat enough seat to slide back and forth a bit and I'm good for 16 hours of riding stopping only for fuel, food, and restroom breaks. Take away adjustability, and I'm aching in 30 minutes. That's why I prefer the flat, old school seats.
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Old 02-16-2017, 10:10 PM   #62
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Re: What is your experience with Rekluse Auto Clutches?

I move all over the place, stand up, slide around, slide off sideways a bit, etc,... I am good for about 15-20 minutes in one spot. However, I can generally stand longer and more comfortably than sit, on either the KTM 530 or BMW 1200 GS. I can go for hours standing on the GS.

Getting the hand levers in the right positions will also make a BIG difference on hand/wrist issues. They have to work for both sitting and standing. I see a lot of folks that will get them fine for sitting, but WAY too high for standing, which causes the wrists to really have to bend upward to reach the levers. That causes a LOT of strain and can cause pain very quickly.
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Re: What is your experience with Rekluse Auto Clutches?

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: I also get issues because of my shoulders. I've got some rotator cuff issues that can sometimes cause my entire right arm to start hurting pretty bad. Sometimes just sleeping on my side can make it flare up something nasty! The left has it too, just not as bad. I can't afford shoulder surgery since I have no insurance...
I've got that also from a crash. Also, have exercise for the shoulder using Thuro Band. I'd have to show you those.
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I looked to see what I am running in my bikes , the 450 EXC is the original Rekluse , the Beta has a Core EXP 2.0 and the one for the 950 SE is a EXP 3.0 not installed yet .
I have 7500 miles on a 13 500 exc.I looked at plates and clutch basket at 7000 miles and everything looked new .I have the cheap Exp ,my 3rd bike application

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Old 04-24-2017, 03:27 PM   #65
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Re: What is your experience with Rekluse Auto Clutches?

I put the Rekluse Clutch on my KTM 950 Super Enduro. If your looking for a hot rod dirt bike then the 950SE is the bike for you. If your looking for a bike that fits because your 6'8" and 40" inseam,then the 950SE is it. I personally bought the 950SE because it fit my size. I didn't buy it for the power. It is almost impossible to put the 950's power down on a technical trail in it's stock configuration. That's why I put the Rekluse clutch in a 100+hp dirt bike. It totally changed the way the bike handles at low speed. If someone built a 350/450 dirt bike the size of the 950SE, I'd buy it. I also had to redo the suspension because it was way too rough on rocky single tracks. I've got the 950SE just about perfect now. It can handle slow technical terrain and still blast across the desert at 125+ mph if you need to go that fast ! ! !
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