Regardless of how Clake orients the geometry of their clutch, the thing has to produce a certain length of pull in order to fully disengage the clutch plates. I was concerned I couldn't ride the rear brake through corners and still apply power through the corner also. Freewheel gives you absolute control on downhills. Well, if the rpm tries to drop to a point of stalling, the clutch frees up and no load is left on the engine, so it keeps running. One of our guys has been using the Clake for 7 months, the other for 3 months and both give their opinions in the review below. On the Clake 2, you would have to pull both levers to engage both. Those linked I see, but braking and clutch not so much.
I'd suggest a Rekluse Core understanding you may not want to use one. Why can't I find anyone using it for stunting? But there's no way all of that is packaged in this product. Riders find the handbrake most beneficial when taking tight right hand turns or starting a bike on a slope. No I don't think so, its not the weight of the pull that is causing problems, its how far my hand has to stretch which has put a lot of added strain to my thumb. It is specifically designed to work with a Brembo clutch master cylinder as found on most European off road bikes.
If you have a few bikes this is gunna cost you some serious dough! It's not hard at all to rinse the mechanisms out, but it's something to keep an eye on. I told him it must sound 100% like I have a vested interest in the product, financially, sponsorshiply, or something else. It's also nasty for true supermoto riders over tracks that include jump sections and rough terrain. Also I'm assuming you already resolved this as you posted quite some time ago, but it would be good to know the resolution. I will give it a shot. Thats when all the different cams come i to affect, you can dial in when the clucth is engaged when operating the brake.
Clutch control Why spend thousands on bling if you can put that money to something very useful like the Revolutionary clutch replacement units which reduce clutch pulling action up to 75% It works!! Plus, like you said, the levers on the market like the midwest lever just increase the distance and that is not helpful in my case haha I'm surprised the clake-one doesn't fix this reach issue, on the site it made it seem like that was the point of it, well that and decrease clutch pull. Most pro level riders only use one finger due to this extra control over the clutch and grip on the handlebars, but for many riders this leads to arm pump and rider fatigue. Krissy wrote:I'm surprised the clake-one doesn't fix this reach issue, on the site it made it seem like that was the point of it, well that and decrease clutch pull. The amount of lever travel needed to disengage the clutch will be the same, but you will need as little as 25% of the effort needed with your stock clutch. The bike is running, you have a hill holder in your left hand. The Rekluse auto-clutch is here to stay and is past that phase where it is some sort of gimmick. My thoughts: 1 The Rekluse allows me to get into areas that I would otherwise have trouble.
Hi , you article on the clake is the best on the internet I have found. I have small hands, will the Clake One Light Clutch work for me? I've been going to him for over three years for anything from changing tires to partial rebuild of my trackbike and his passion for what he does shows in the quality of his service. You have to before you can post, search or view our active topics: click the register link above to proceed. The Rekluse is nothing short of amazing. Well, full-throttle power shifts can be difficult on some bikes, requiring the throttle to be backed off just a bit; typically the better a bike shifts with a regular clutch, the better it will do with the Rekluse. I've gotta say I've never ridden a 300 Kato like this.
I do have a contact and will order spare parts with next order I have had this clutch on my bike for about 30hrs now and consider myself to be an average rider pushing myself beyond my talent levels. I had no problem locking up the rear brake with one finger. I find that the Rekluse is contradictory for these two goals. Hi friends, I'm looking into the clake-one lever system, just curious if anyone has tried it, what are your thoughts? Regardless, I'd suggest calling Clake for their advice, they might even be able to custom manufacture a master cylinder set up to meet your needs I called them several years ago and they were easy to talk with and very knowledgeable. There is a little trickery to getting them bled and sometimes they need adjustments to the plunger position - but only for initial setup. They sound like a good concept. What parts did you change? Also I'm assuming you already resolved this as you posted quite some time ago, but it would be good to know the resolution.
I must have fluked it first pop or something because it's not an issue at all. The lever is easily adjusted to suit your hands with loosening off one bolt to position the lever where desired. The Clake One Light Clutch is ergonomically designed to allow one finger use so the lever can be fully pulled into the bars if needed without hitting the rest of your fingers. I then bolted on the Clake. These are very well designed and machined, not some seat of the pants contraption. To be good rider you need to master 1.
Noodles and I were talking about my love of the Clake on the weekend. If you want control at your fingertips, stop in to Moto Z and get your Clake clutch accessories today! The amount of lever travel needed to disengage the clutch will be the same, but you will need as little as 25% of the effort needed with your stock clutch. Only issue is replacement parts. Actually it is reduced, however I went from using two fingers on the stock lever, to one finger on the Clake clutch and the lever effort is still roughly the same. Everyone has different circumstances though.
I think you're right, it's a regular hydraulic system and they used an index finger powerlifter for the product vids. After sustained periods of riding when not operating the clutch, then operating the clutch it felt like there was air in the system the clutch lever would only return half way until I operated it a few times then it felt normal. I ordered a new Oberon slave flashy blue , reverse bled - the symptoms persist. The reality is probably going to force me to consider more cost effective options. That said, Owen at Clake is great to deal with and I'm sure would be happy to try to help you out. But the Australian dollar is falling again so all you lucky overseas riders will get it cheaper.
That would explain the shorter line. My bike came with a hydraulic conversion on a cable clutch. Most pro level riders only use one finger due to this extra control over the clutch and grip on the handlebars, but for many riders this leads to arm pump and rider fatigue. I know exactly how you feel, I am 192cm tall and have always had the same problem. Patience is required as the bleeding process can take longer to fully remove air for the system. I placed a call to Owen and he is sending me some new parts n such to see if we can get it dialed in any better.