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That write-up had more information than previous ones I've seen. A parking brake lever because one can't park it in gear, which is what I do to prevent it falling over if someone accidentally pushes on the back of the bike, causing the side-stand to fold.

Thanks!

Now that I'm retired, I won't be trading in my '16, plus I'd like to see head lights that light up the inside of the curve; my PIAA LEDs mounted near the front axle help, but my old eyes could use more.
 

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From the article "
Rekluse hasn't typically found itself dealing with 110-horsepower engines"
Well, I personally know a bloke who had a Rekluse system on a KTM 990 SM, and we are talking about 5 years ago...

Yep, it's very usual to find those type of clutch from Rekluse on bikes own by disabled people. A friend of mine was using one about 7 to 8 years ago...
 

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He indeed has a disability in the left arm and can only legally ride with an "automatic" clutch
 

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I have one on a 450R Honda race bike that I trail ride with.. makes it into a pussycat.
 

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Rekluse clutches have high regards in hare scrambles with 450 KTM's and others. Not stalling while exhausted with guys on your heels in a steep downhill off camber turn because the bike is equiped with a Rekluse is an advantage.

The way the MV Rekluse video talks about 0-100 km/h is impressive.
 
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