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May 12th, 2005, 03:00 PM   #1
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Another Rekluse question

Reading the other threads on here about the trials and tribulations people have faced installing the Rekluse clutch, it seems that most people are removing the clutch lever, or turning it into a left hand rear brake.

Can you just use the clutch lever as a manual over ride on the autoclutch?

Secondly just an observation from a newbie, but it would make a great FAQ post. It would be good if we could just understand what the definitive setup is for each model bike??
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May 12th, 2005, 03:11 PM   #2
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yes you can use the clutch normally

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May 12th, 2005, 11:18 PM   #3
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welcome kiwi hope you get lots of help here and also that you can give some back especially towards this new supadupa FAQ section that you just volunteered to organise?

hands up everyone? kiwi-you got the job! congratulations mate!!!!!!!!!!!!

it's funny but i thought that the really long thread started by GIX about the rekluse WAS an FAQ and all the info you would need all rolled in to one? no? ok then

anyway, there's an 'owners doc' at the base of my post here that you can click on and and download that you might find useful.

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THanks for the welcome Taffy, and yes I have already found the site extremely useful, especially now that I have downloaded your owners doc.

I guess the point I was trying to make about the Rekluse threads, is that I found them confusing (probably cos I'm stupid).. but it seems to me that there were several different ideal settings,...
If your final settings aren't in your owners doc do you mind sharing what you ended up with, and which model bike it's installed on?

I thought there already was a FAQ section on here?

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welcome kiwi hope you get lots of help here and also that you can give some back especially towards this new supadupa FAQ section that you just volunteered to organise?

hands up everyone? kiwi-you got the job! congratulations mate!!!!!!!!!!!!

it's funny but i thought that the really long thread started by GIX about the rekluse WAS an FAQ and all the info you would need all rolled in to one? no? ok then

anyway, there's an 'owners doc' at the base of my post here that you can click on and and download that you might find useful.

regards

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the FAQ here is a little bit mothbally type thingy in that we don't do a lot to it. it takes volunteers-again!

my settings are as plain as day on the thread that gix started. they tie up with the info sheet that rekluse supply if you lay the sheet down and look at the thread.

my model is at the bottom of each post and my country is under my georgious george brothers pretty face!

you get frustrated? you wanna try living here! half the members couldn't change a wheel. the racers don't post much 'cept to say they changed the 'zorst-big deal!

technically the input is poor but we're 50-60% american membership so we're very good at fitting things. wanna buy summink and bolt it on-we've already done it!

you'll learn very quickly that if it wasn't for lineweaver racing's technical input, my energy to try things we wouldn't come up with too much.

i'm intrigued how you came by a husaberg in NZ? let alone a rekluse clutch?

but you know we're gonna have to talk rugby sooner or later doncha? you know, wilkinsons getting fit, the welsh were superb in the 6-nations, clive's managerial skills. all versus your dittle-little country of 55 people! it's amazing how you do it!

did i digress?

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Taffy my boy,last time I was in N.Z. there were better than 3 million people,and almost all of them are outdoors types and quite fit.How you would expect any British team to be remotely competitive against them without bribing the officials is beyond me....nsman
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okay Taffy, thanks for steering me in the right direction there, though I must admit still, that you do seem to have changed your "best" settings a few times, but think I have something to work on.

Yes it wasn't easy tracking down a Berg in NZ, there is only about 3 dealers in the whole country (thats about 1 for every 20 million sheep), and then none had a new bike sitting on the floor. As for the Rekluse, I have actually run auto clutches in my last two bikes (an EFM in a CRF450R, and a Rekluse in my CRF250X), and I bought the rekluse for the Berg, while I was in the US recently.

Now onto the Rugby,.. Must admit that we have been following with great interest the rise of the Welsh team (you've actually done quite well since you got rid of that bloody kiwi coach in the 6 nations this year, especially as you bet the Poms,...(and forget about Johnny, he won't be fit enough to play any real games!).. Have tickets for the first testmatch here at Lancaster park so will be able to confirm wether NSmans fear that you lot will resort to bribery and corruption, as it will be your only real chance of winning!
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mmmmmmmmmmmm! just as i feared! it'll take bloody money again!



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Originally Posted by kiwiberger
Now onto the Rugby,.. Must admit that we have been following with great interest the rise of the Welsh team (you've actually done quite well since you got rid of that bloody kiwi coach in the 6 nations this year, especially as you bet the Poms,...(and forget about Johnny, he won't be fit enough to play any real games!)..
Taffy, I might owe you an apology for my uncertainty about your Heritage?.... I just realised that your signature says you're from Ely, but i'd assumed from your nikname that you were Welsh??

BTW I see that Johnny's made a comeback for the game against the Argies this w/e, I guess that means he'll be out injured and won't make it on the Lions tour?

BBTW I thought that the "Lions" was only ever a touring team, and didn't play domestic matches?
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nothing is sacred anymore-the lions have played domestically once before i think about 20 years ago.

jonny! that was funny! yes he could well be injured after the argies have knobbled him and cried 'malvinas!'.

i have a welsh family but am born and bred in the east of england. i consider myself 60/40 because i live in england. it seems only right. even 'real' welsh people who come here, although patriotic-they're not nationalistic which is just as well when you haven't won a grand slam since 1970 summink!

i don't honestly think that the lions have the characters to cut it this time. too many very special players have stopped.

but you never know, we get some of the finest palyers in the world over here and the leagues are now very, very good.

sadly the foriegners are holding the game from falling!

i watched the national colts cup final three weeks ago at bedford. my old school master was there as youth organiser for the quins. quins v moseley and i'm afraid the game was quite poor-no it was worse than that! i could smell the lack of effort it was that tangible!

very worrying!

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