Originally Posted by MitchG
Remember, it's a centrifugal clutch. When you lock the rear brake it pulls down engine rpm. As the engine rpms drop, the clutch releases at slightly above idle speed. So the clutch is disengaged at idle. Hence, the engine cannot stall as the clutch is fully disengaged.
I have a few miles of racing under my belt with Rekluse on my other bikes, and I can guarantee that regardless of how well the injectors are maped or how perfect the carb is jetted there will be instances where the motor will stall and where feathering the clutch a little will be necessary. Having said that, I too am a big believer in Rekluse...after all I started this thread for exactly this reason of getting enough interest to make Rekluse an option.