Is a Rekluse clutch good for motocross?

Is a Rekluse clutch good for motocross?

For the cable-clutch operated models, Rekluse offers internal and external adjustability. The internally adjusted auto clutch is the most popular for motocross and off-road riding because the lever retains the same feel of a manual clutch and because the maintenance is much less.

What does a Rekluse clutch do for a dirt bike?

Rekluse Auto Clutches automatically engage and disengage clutches, not transmissions. One must shift the gears up and down just like in a motorcycle with a manual clutch. The clutch feed and modulation to lock out (full engagement) and the disengagement (to prevent stalling) are automatic.

Do Supercross riders use Rekluse?

Following an impressive 2018 season for Rekluse riders, Rekluse is honored to continue supporting many of the sport’s top riders and teams as a trusted technical partner. Rekluse is proud to announce their partnerships for the 2019 Monster Energy AMA Supercross season.

What is a Rekluse Torq drive clutch?

TorqDrive provides more disks in less space, allowing us to add up to 6 additional frictions disks to the clutch pack over stock. More frictions = more torque capacity thus unlocking the full power of your engine without the need to add stiffer pressure plate springs or a lock up device.

What does the Rekluse clutch do?

Rekluse Clutch Q & A. An automatic clutch keeps the pressure plate away from the clutch disks when the engine is off or at idle. When the throttle is applied and the engine speed increases, a centrifugal device within the clutch expands, engaging the clutch disks.

How does a Rekluse clutch work?

The Rekluse clutch is an automatic clutch as against a conventional clutch or the slipper clutch. The main mechanism of the Rekluse is that a the clutch does not need to be manually pulled in, rather the clutch gets disengaged as and when the rpm falls below a certain preset level.

What is a motorcycle auto clutch?

The clutch in a manual-shift motorcycle transmission is typically an arrangement of plates stacked in alternating fashion, one geared on the inside to the engine and the next geared on the outside to the transmission input shaft.