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Steven in TX
I now have 110 hours on this crank in a crf450. Has performed perfectly. Just put a 3rd piston in & still no play in the lower end. Its as tight as it was when installed. No reason to think it wont go another 100 hrs. Im sure it will. I do change my oil about every 8-10 hours of run time & use motul 300v oil. Very happy with this part. Ive purchased one for my ktm 300. Also used hot rods bearings & seal with the crank.Read All Reviews
Sean in UT
I had been holding off on the Rekluse CX to prove to myself that I didn't have a need some overpriced clutch that was hyped on social media. Well that was waste of effort and riding time for sure. We picked up a Kawasaki 140G for my daughter that had a EXP installed, and had a ball using it like a trials bike around the farm, just plain fun. So I ordered the CX and installed it with my 14 year old in an hour and a half, after watching the video like 10x and using the instruction book. Do both as each has a little information that other does not. Hardest part was cinching down the main nut to 50lbs without a clutch tool, had to have the neighbor help hold the wheel. So here are my observations about the CX in my WR250F; does Yamaha make bombproof clutch - Yes. Is the stock clutch a bear on long technical rides- Yes, arm pump for an old man. Testament to Yamaha build when we pulled out the stock unit there was no visible wear from +2000 miles of single track use. It took a bit of time to get used to the CX but I am more than happy with the Rekluse CX. I am taking single track that I used to avoid, and the clutch really engages for down low grunt much more so than previous stock unit, was not expecting that. I can feather the clutch levet as needed, can't do that with the EXP in Kawasaki, and compression braking is still there. On down hills just go to a lower gear and don't touch the lever, if you loose the compression braking just give it a quick blip of the throttle. For sure this was expensive but for my type of riding and skill level I will never not have one on my bike. It really is the best thing besides gasoline and oil to have fun with your bike.Read All Reviews
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