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February 19th, 2008, 08:06 PM   #1
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will the revloc lever (thumb?) brake for a ktm fit my fs650e

hi guys i was thinking of getting a revloc slipper clutch, they also have a rear lever brake kit for a ktm for 209.00
has anybody seen one of these..... is it a thumb brake or a conversion kit for the left hand lever?
and lastly will it fit my 05 fs650e berg?

I have emailed them but had no reply

and are getting it delivered to my USA (CA) office of my business so I cant call them because then they will know im not in the USA..... hehe
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February 20th, 2008, 03:13 AM   #2
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RE: will the revloc lever (thumb?) brake for a ktm fit my fs

Hi d413,
Do yourself a favour and get a Rekluse! Easier to fit, Local back up and Technical advice etc. Revloc are NOT a slipper clutch it is an auto clutch the same principal as Rekluse. If you want to know more you can call me at the store on 02 47311173 we also have rear brake kits and Dual rear brake kits where you retain the pedal as well as a lever on the bars, way cool! Look forward to speaking with you.
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February 22nd, 2008, 06:49 AM   #3
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You don't want a auto clutch on your supermoto. I'd go for a Adler- (Husaberg forcepart) or a STM-slipperclutch.
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February 22nd, 2008, 07:10 AM   #4
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a revloc slipper clutc
doesn´t exist. Revloc only builds autocluchtes;
So you can get either an autoclutch OR a slipper-clutch.

I asume you want an slipperclutch (FS?) for supermoto/street-riding.
By far the best Slipperclutch on this planet is made by http://www.suterracing.com/slipperclutch.html

If you decide to go for an autoclutch, please choose the Revloc.
Rekluse is a just a cheap copy of the Revloc -
if you choose the search function on this side(all the info is here already)
you´ll find out that the Rekluse can´t handle the torque of the 650...

PS: If autoclutch for street riding, choose the version with the option of an manual clutch engagement

Have fun
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February 22nd, 2008, 10:16 AM   #5
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Just got in touch with Revloc. About to order a revloc now.
One question, du you use the stock cluch in the new basket?

Is it easy to install and tune up?

Really locking forward to test the revloc in the woods.

Paul.
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February 22nd, 2008, 10:57 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by Gokai134
a revloc slipper clutc
doesn´t exist. Revloc only builds autocluchtes;
So you can get either an autoclutch OR a slipper-clutch.

I asume you want an slipperclutch (FS?) for supermoto/street-riding.
By far the best Slipperclutch on this planet is made by http://www.suterracing.com/slipperclutch.html

If you decide to go for an autoclutch, please choose the Revloc.
Rekluse is a just a cheap copy of the Revloc -
if you choose the search function on this side(all the info is here already)
you´ll find out that the Rekluse can´t handle the torque of the 650...


PS: If autoclutch for street riding, choose the version with the option of an manual clutch engagement

Have fun
peter

I don't have any preference about any of the auto clutches, but I would point out that Rekluse indeed does a auto clutch that works in the Husaberg 650. It's the Rekluse Pro model, listed right on their website, and it has enough clamping pressure to handle the torque of the 650 and the 550 as well.

As far as the original Rekluse auto clutch for the Husaberg, Rekluse specifically said it was for the 450 only.
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