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Default Rekluse Clutchless system - Vic & Indian

I know most here may not be interested in this, but they say they are in the works, but not a priority unless they get emails or calls asking about them.

So just to help a fellow forum member with Tendentious, Please send a request to:

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I posted this maybe 3 weeks ago. They want $700 bucks for unit.
Makes me wonder if it can handle horse power and if you miss shift will your gears jam up.

By the way your link didn't work

https://rekluse.com/products/road-bike-products/

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I posted this maybe 3 weeks ago. They want $700 bucks for unit.
Makes me wonder if it can handle horse power and if you miss shift will your gears jam up.

By the way your link didn't work

https://rekluse.com/products/road-bike-products/
I know, and I did some investigation after your post. They are well built and have custom plates for better wear. EFM is good, but uses older ball bearing tech and std plates, and can wear faster. I even found a post on a Vic user who installed one.

I talked to some dirt bikers using Rekluse and they love it. Said it's the future.

As far as jamming gears, shouldn't, centrifugal force, and you can shift now without a clutch, but obviously easier for upshift. I guess if you do anything incorrectly or not learn the new clutch anything is possible. With this system you can still use clutch or "blip" for shifting.

The link is not a link, it's an email address. Copy paste it to your email address to:

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