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Old 03-23-2013, 11:02 AM   #226
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A big big thanks

I thank you a lot for all your answers .
It is really very kind.
I know well that it is the ideal mainly for the Off Road, but maybe why not on road.
Bykboy, is it kept silent thinks of the same thing outside the city???
The embrage does not skate on road???
Bikyto, I answers you later in private.
Please, hesitated not has to continue to express me your opinion.
Because I am all the same has half motivated to put one.
Still one thank you since France.

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Old 03-23-2013, 05:33 PM   #227
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Originally Posted by patoche View Post
I thank you a lot Bykboy, is it kept silent thinks of the same thing outside the city???
On the open road (outside the city) the EXP has no advantage but also has no disadvantage. It's just like a regular clutch. I didn't notice any noise when riding on the highway.
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Old 03-23-2013, 08:04 PM   #228
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Originally Posted by moto-treks View Post
The 1150 just sits in the stable as the 990 is being ridden 99% of the time.

I agree, the clutch plates should last longer with the Rekluse. A few people have experienced a notching problem with the EXP after 10K miles or so. If these notches keep growing then the clutch doesn't disengage.

I'm hoping this is as bad as they get

Mine went from teardrop shape to pretty much straight across. Over 10k miles on it for me too, and likely abused, at that.
Fortunately CJ and Rekluse waranteed it for me.

Rekluse informed me new parts out of warranty would be below $200.
While it's a bummer, it's totally worth it for how SWEET this autoclutch works.....
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Old 03-24-2013, 12:14 AM   #229
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Originally Posted by BykBoy View Post
Makes it so easy to ride in stop-and-go traffic and riding in the city is now a breeze.

I would definitely have one if I had to contend with city conditions.

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Old 03-25-2013, 05:44 PM   #230
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Once again thank you for your answer. (++ for Bykboy)
Bikyto, I answered you im mp but as I have no answer of you, maybe can that there is something that I did not do well.
I understand well that's not a big aventage to used it on the road.
But now that I have habit to not using any more the lever of clutch it me annoy to do it.
What make me fear was because you say in the front pages of this Forum that it had much problem of skating of the clutch there.
Apparently rekluse in solved this problem

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