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C50_image_1438572268 49weasel Quote
10/1/2017 4:59 PM

I have an 18 CRF450 and having clutch issues and Iā€™m thinking about making the switch to a Rekluse.

Anyone using one for mx ? Complaints ? Thoughts?

C50 flopper12 Quote
10/1/2017 5:12 PM

I have a Radius X insert and clutch pack matched to a complete GYTR clutch assembly on my 09 YZ 250f I recently built. I'm not MX'ing it, cross-country riding but it's fairly aggressive riding. I like the Rekluse Radius X, I have tried their other clutch offerings and didn't care for them or maybe how my friends had them set up? It's worth the gamble.

C50_2 tobz Quote
10/1/2017 5:17 PM

Wondering how it compares to a core exp 3.0.

Had one on my 250f and it was the best thing I've ever done. Now on a yz250 and just can't fork out the 1400 bucks for another one.

C50 Spizzy Quote
10/1/2017 6:47 PM

Im a half woods, half mx guy. The last Rekluse I owned was 8 years ago and I swore I would never own another as I didnt like the engagement lag on the track. My 17 350 suffered from frequent flameouts, so I tried the Radius CX. Im very happy with it, no more flameouts, and any engagement lag no longer exists.

C50 Paw Paw Quote
10/1/2017 6:52 PM

I have used the EXP 3.0 with great results on mx. ( You can get it at a lower cost that the complete Core version.)

Paw Paw

C50_m8green_1368889296 racinstation Quote
10/1/2017 8:09 PM

You can adjust the clutch to your liking. They are awesome! Radius x for Moto would be a great setup. You have a bit less engine braking, but no stalling and a stock-like clutch pull along with the other benefits of the Rekluse would all be a home fun for you I am sure.

C50_20170301_103517_1489210931 cruiser450 Quote
10/1/2017 9:08 PM

Ive got the radius cx in my 18 crf450 had it in since day 1 and now at 18 hrs.once dialed in it has required no adjustments, clutch feel is standard and it doesnt fade with abuse.it uses the torq drive plates and bites much like a torq drive clutch,it has a ton less slippage than the 3.0 exp core(i had one) engine breaking seams normal as well.if you need to adjust its quite simple.there best auto clutch by far.i have added the hinson clutch cable bracket and it makes the oull even more direct.id recomend that even with the atock clutch that bracket flexs way to much.

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C50_20170301_103517_1489210931 cruiser450 Quote
10/1/2017 9:10 PM


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C50_2 tobz Quote
10/1/2017 11:21 PM
cruiser450 wrote:

Ive got the radius cx in ...more

Awesome man, so you've owned both?

Why do you think they would they continue to sell the core exp 3.0 when the radius is literally less than half the price yet does the same, if not better job?

I feel like there's something I'm missing, like the core exp doesn't fade or is of better quality?

C50_image_1438572268 49weasel Quote
10/2/2017 5:41 AM
cruiser450 wrote:

Ive got the radius cx in ...more

Do you ride MX?

C50_dancing_girl walleyeguy Quote
10/2/2017 6:32 AM

Where can you find the radius cx for half the price of a 3.0 core? I'd put one on my 17 fx350 if it was $450.

C50_20170301_103517_1489210931 cruiser450 Quote
10/2/2017 9:52 AM

I only ride moto,i just sold my 250 and it had the 3.0 exp core in it for 90hrs,and prior to that it had the basic exp in it in which i did not like.I did find the core exp 3.0 got soft as i abused it (on the 250)but it never slipped more then how it was set(thats the free play gain).if you have never run a rekluse then the 3.0 core setup is great i just find the 450s extra jam would favour the high end one with more clamping force.
my understanding is the the radius x acts like the cheaper exp ring style with the hard clutch lever with no freeplay and is adjustable at the perch(ktm and husq are at the slave).i cant stand the lever like that felt like concrete.the cx has full adjustability and can be set internally so you have normal clutch feel and adjustability at the lever BUT you can also adjust it like the cheaper version as well and have it function that way if you choose,and you get a few other billet parts,metal plates and cover and such in the cx.

I asked all these questions when buying it,bottom line is i wanted the best version avail to handle the torque of the 450 and in my experiance so far this cx does just that and seams as if the clamping force(hit) is well above the 3.0 version.the ktm and husqy could run the radius x and get away with it as its hydraulic clytch and the adj slave rekluse gives you makes it a better feel then the cables models.

Email rekluse and ask about the lever feel,thats the big issue with many of the guys buying them.much like the 3.0 vs just the exp.

@jbr148 insta āœŒ

C50 JohnMatrix Quote
10/2/2017 1:43 PM
cruiser450 wrote:

I only ride moto,i just ...more

Sounds like the CX is really nice. Are you able to adjust these things to eliminate or dramatically reduce engine braking?

C50_m8green_1368889296 racinstation Quote
10/2/2017 3:07 PM
walleyeguy wrote:

Where can you find the ...more

He is probably thinking Radius at $599. Not the Radius X.

C50_16939630_1415773645109434_8808431859531075103_n_1499042501 Cygrace74 Quote
10/2/2017 3:17 PM
tobz wrote:

Wondering how it compares ...more

No reason you should be paying more than $999 for any Rekluse

C50 quadzrulebro Quote
10/2/2017 3:46 PM

I race motocross with an EXP 3.0 and it's like cheating. When I get around to buying a 2018 CRF450R, the Radius CX will be the first purchase I make.

C50_2 tobz Quote
10/2/2017 6:56 PM
walleyeguy wrote:

Where can you find the ...more

Sorry your right, I was a couple of hundred off

Radius X is $969AUD and a core exp 3.0 is $1390

Still makes my question valid though

C50_2 tobz Quote
10/2/2017 6:57 PM
tobz wrote:

Wondering how it compares ...more

Cygrace74 wrote:

No reason you should be ...more

See above.

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