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Rekluse clutch

Adam490

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All right my friend here you go. Didn’t have any gear but my cowboy boots on so went easyl. But use to riding like this taking vids or holding my beer lol. Keep in mind this bike is barely tame, it’s one of the few 250’s to out pull my friends 450’s. Rekluse makes it easy and enjoyable.

That's awesome. Thanks for that!
 
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Dezrik

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Rekluse clutch is the way to go. I rode a 250X for two years with rekluse (Core) and it was nothing but fun. Im 150lbs and 5'4, the power was just fine for trail riding. I borrowed my friends KTM 300 XCW and It rides very well but I keep getting myself in trouble with the power the bike makes LOL. I still regret selling my 250X However, Currently looking to buy a 2020 KTM 150 XCW, install Rekluse clutch and Replace the clutch lever for a Rear brake handle, Hand Guards and skid plate. It will make a Excellent trail bike. I rode one briefly and the power to weight ratio was very good.
 
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