Rekluse is announcing their full product line coinciding with the launch of the all-new 2018 Honda CRF250R.
Rekluse manual products were developed in partnership with the HRC MX2 team. Beginning at the Jacksonville MXGP round, the team put Core Manual TorqDrive® and the completely redesigned clutch basket to the test. Their expert feedback helped deliver the following new clutch components:
The following products are now available:
• Core Manual TorqDrive
o MSRP $899
o The Core Manual TorqDrive provides more disks in less space, allowing up to four additional frictions disks over stock. More frictions equals more torque capacity, thus unlocking the full power of your engine without the need to add stiffer pressure plate springs. It has been proven in racing at the highest levels.
• Core Manual
o MSRP $519
o Constructed from double hard anodized billet aluminum components, Core Manual is a professional-grade manual clutch. It offers superior durability and reliability over stock clutch components.
o MSRP $999
o RadiusCX is the next evolution in clutch technology. This top-of-the-line product brings together the latest innovations in one package, offering the most demanding riders a significant advancement in auto clutch performance. RadiusCX delivers next level durability, lever control, and more direct power transfer.
o MSRP $599
o A high-performance auto clutch is just a clutch-pack swap away. RadiusX combines a TorqDrive clutch pack with Rekluse’s innovative EXP (auto clutch) disk. TorqDrive provides more clutch disks in less space, delivering high-performance auto function within the framework of the stock clutch.
• Billet Basket Kit
o MSRP $249
o Think of a clutch basket as the backbone of the entire clutch system. Precision CNC-machining combined with innovative world-class engineering allows Rekluse clutch baskets to safeguard your vital internal components, keeping riders on the track or trail a lot longer.
• Billet Clutch Cover
o MSRP $159
o Rekluse clutch covers are specifically engineered to provide unparalleled durability and performance in a single, stylish component. Rekluse covers stand up against rocks, logs, boots, and whatever else riders may encounter in their adventures.
Rekluse posted a video about how an idea turned into a product that was to become company in Idaho, and positioned a mechanical engineer intern to become its president and CEO. With the assistance of TechHelp, the MEP Center in Idaho, Rekluse founder Al Youngwerth was able to turn an idea into a prototype and then take it to production. Here’s the video: