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I was trying to wrap my head around how the Rekluse clutched worked. Here's a great video showing it in action. YXZ owners will definitely want this for the rough stuff. You can just put your front wheel up on a rock and just hit the gas with the clutch fully out and it should act just like a CVT.

 

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It does tell you how the Rekluse works, in detail. It would really be helpful to see a video of an actual YXZ with one installed. Also, I wonder if the YXZ will allow you to start the engine if it's not in natural. Theoretically you could do that with a Rekluse clutch.
 

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Nice, looks pretty sweet!
 

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It does tell you how the Rekluse works, in detail. It would really be helpful to see a video of an actual YXZ with one installed. Also, I wonder if the YXZ will allow you to start the engine if it's not in natural. Theoretically you could do that with a Rekluse clutch.
Prob would have to at least push the clutch in. I would think it would have some sort of neutral safety switch where it has to be in neutral or at least have the clutch in.
 

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Yeah not sure myself but at 1.16 mark in the video his finger is on the clutch but never looked like he engaged it. But either way no worries to me seems like a awesome set up on my future yxz.
 

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It does tell you how the Rekluse works, in detail. It would really be helpful to see a video of an actual YXZ with one installed. Also, I wonder if the YXZ will allow you to start the engine if it's not in natural. Theoretically you could do that with a Rekluse clutch.

I would imagine there would be some kind of clutch switch. Won't let you start unless the clutch pedal is pushed. Also makes me wonder if that's how you can bypass the rev limiter like on the raptor 700?
 
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