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Rekluse RadiusX Clutch Kit

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No clutch, no butts, no coconuts – Rekluse RadiusX clutch kits allow you to cruise the road in total confidence without ever needing to reach for the clutch lever again. Your left hand won’t be sore after a ride in heavy traffic, and if you’ve got an especially heavy clutch lever, well, same deal – bye bye to clutch lever fatigue.

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Arguably one of the most innovative products for motorcycles to be invented in the last twenty years, the RadiusX clutch completely replaces the OEM clutch pack on your motorcycle giving you a true automatic clutch lever while retaining all of the standard controls on your bike. After your first ride, you’ll wonder why you never got one sooner.

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The Rekluse RadiusX auto clutch eliminates the need to operate the clutch lever when starting and stopping. It provides buttery smooth acceleration with no loss of power and also, prevents stalling when riding at slower speeds or when maneuvering through traffic or tight spots. All it takes is a small rise in engine RPM to engage the clutch automatically and you’re on your way.

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Despite these obvious advantages, you still retain full control of shifting and can continue to use the clutch lever as you always had. It’s completely up to you how to go about riding the bike.

 

Each kit ships with all required components, friction plates, steel separator plates, clutch basket sleeves and easy-to-follow instructions. There’s no need to purchase any special parts here. The clutch basket sleeves fit into the stock clutch basket’s fingers. This part of the clutch basket is a known wear point and the notches can make clutch lever action feel notchy or grabby. These stainless steel inserts eliminate that potential for that problem to arise and also, help the RadiusX system work perfectly on your bike.

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We have these available for a good selection of Harley Davidsons,  ADV bikes as well as middle weight standards like the Suzuki V-Strom 650, Ninja 650, and Yamaha FZ07.   To get yours, call Mike any time between 10am and 6pm EST Monday-Friday on 866.931.6644 ext 818.. Of course, you can PM us here or email forum@ridersdiscount.com with REKLUSE RADIUSX CLUTCH in the subject line, and let us know exactly what bike it is that you’re riding by model and year, and we’ll get back to you right away.

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There is a guy on a Indian Forum the drag races a Scout with one of these and says it grabs hard and never lets go. 

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Magical is the correct word!   Can't wait until they start offering these for even more sportbikes.

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Does it turn the clutch into a centrifugal actuation unit? 

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I watched a couple of youtube videos while I was bored today.  This looks interesting but they don't make a kit for my bike to even worry about.

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16 hours ago, RidersDiscount said:

Magical is the correct word!   Can't wait until they start offering these for even more sportbikes.

Woah now, I get how it can be useful on a trail. But I dont want people that cant properly manipulate a clutch riding on the street. LOL. Put them on a damn trike.

12 hours ago, Pauly said:

Does it turn the clutch into a centrifugal actuation unit? 

Essentially. It's really weird knowing a bike has a standard clutch and then just coming to a complete stop without pulling the clutch in, it just sits there running. Pretty wild.

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1 hour ago, TimTheAzn said:

Essentially. It's really weird knowing a bike has a standard clutch and then just coming to a complete stop without pulling the clutch in, it just sits there running. Pretty wild.

^^^^What he said^

 

1 hour ago, TimTheAzn said:

Woah now, I get how it can be useful on a trail. But I dont want people that cant properly manipulate a clutch riding on the street. LOL. Put them on a damn trike.

The more riders the better.   One of our customers lost the use of his legs at the track.  He's getting back on his FZ07 now and this was one of things he was looking into to make things more manageable.  He uses a button shifter so the Rekluse clutch would free up his hands a bit.

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51 minutes ago, RidersDiscount said:

^^^^What he said^

 

The more riders the better.   One of our customers lost the use of his legs at the track.  He's getting back on his FZ07 now and this was one of things he was looking into to make things more manageable.  He uses a button shifter so the Rekluse clutch would free up his hands a bit.

 

Theres always exceptions. I was more getting at the people that only get a bike because they want to look cool and have no intention in progressing or giving back to the sport.

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We need to get more riders hooked on this sport that we all love.  If that means we make it a little easier, I'm ok with it "within reason" of course.

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