and z-Start Pro
are all auto-clutches. All three clutch systems allow
retention of one’s clutch lever to manually override the
auto-clutch at all times. As with any standard clutch,
the rider can still “feed”, “fan”,
“slip” or “pop” the clutch and do motocross style
The benefit is that the auto-clutch will do the “feed”
automatically, consistently allowing the rider to be
free to focus on other aspects of their riding. At any
time if the automatic “feed” is not preferred in a
particular situation just reach for the clutch lever and
manually “feed”, “fan”, “slip”, or “pop” the clutch.
One can shift into gear from neutral
pulling in the clutch
lever as well as shift the gears while riding, either up
or down, without pulling in the clutch lever. It’s
possible to stop in gear without pulling in the clutch
lever too. It is not an
automatic transmission, though, you must shift the
could say it is somewhat like shifting a Honda Z50 or
CRF50, except Rekluse is a performance enhancing
auto-clutch for full sized bikes and ATV’s.
All Rekluse auto-clutches are fully adjustable. Over
time the rider will find a preferred set-up to enhance
personal strengths and overcome limitations. They offer
each rider the ability to create custom settings to
enhance personal riding styles, changing conditions, and
different types of riding.
What are the
Virtually Eliminates Stalling
Faster Lap Times
Fully tunable to rider preference and terrain condition
How does it work?
The short answer is: centrifugal force. The longer
answer is: In the EXP assembly there are wedges and ball
bearings that slide out and expand the EXP assembly as
engine rpm’s increase. This compresses the clutch pack
to provide engagement. Conversely, as soon as the
engine RPM drops back down to just above idle, the
wedges and balls retract and the clutch disengages,
which is how the anti-stall feature works.