Rekluse Core 3.0 vs radius

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8/7/2018 10:15 AM

Someone tried both the core 3.0 and the torq drive clutch and explain the difference between them?

Is it worth the 200 usd to upgrade my current core 3.0?

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8/7/2018 6:49 PM

buy only the best one.....it works best by far i think its like 1200 now ?

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8/7/2018 7:46 PM

Just installed a cx in my YZ450F and had a core 3.0 in my 250xc.
The radius cx engages smoother and has a more consistent torque delivery.

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8/7/2018 8:30 PM

I’ve had both. The Radius CX is a major improvement over the EXP 3.0, at least for moto. Much more positive engagement.

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8/8/2018 2:06 AM

it always reads like the older ones werent very good?...

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8/8/2018 9:30 AM

The radius uses the torq drive plates. The core uses oem plates. Adding extra plates offers durability, less heat, and a better power transfer. Smoother power and better modulation. Rekluse has really stepped it up with these kits. Every single radius CX we have sold or installed the customer absolutely loves.

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8/8/2018 9:34 AM

I absolutely love the 3.0 on my crf and was also wondering if that was the way to go. Sounds like the cx next.

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I don't have to be as smart as you hope to be some day anymore. wink

8/8/2018 9:36 AM

Whatever you do stay away from the zstart pro lmao

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8/8/2018 8:31 PM

Had 3.0 in my 15'crf, always adjusting it to stop the excess slip...hated it.
Done 60hrs on CX in new crf, never had to adjust yet. These new ones feel just like manual clutch , I'm stoked I brought it, don't need no electric start with one of these in.

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8/9/2018 4:47 AM

revitout wrote:

Had 3.0 in my 15'crf, always adjusting it to stop the excess slip...hated it.
Done 60hrs on CX in new crf, never had to adjust ...more

I bought a used ‘17 CRF450R and was ready to pull the trigger on the E start kit just before I got my Radius CX. I’m so glad I waited. Not only did I save hundreds of dollars, but I saved 5lbs, too!

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2/16/2019 7:22 AM

Hate to pull an old thread but rather than starting another...

Is the exp 3.0 with torq drive plates essentially a cx?

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2/16/2019 8:47 AM

Anyone have a 350sxf with one in it ? I feel like with the right set up it’s almost like cheating. Keeps ya from stalling in the last few corners when your arms are seized up and your fingers can’t work the clutch.

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2/16/2019 8:51 AM

GeorgiePorgie wrote:

Anyone have a 350sxf with one in it ? I feel like with the right set up it’s almost like cheating. Keeps ya from stalling in ...more

No they only work on adult bikes 450 and above.

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2/16/2019 8:56 AM

Dying

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2/16/2019 8:58 AM

Do you know the answer to my question Jeff? Lol.. I read the box as I was on my way back..

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2/16/2019 9:05 AM

Yeah I had the 3.0 and they updated it after I burnt a couple out. 3.0 is solid for someone who doesn’t abuse there clutch but 3.0 with more steels and fibers is bulletproof.

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2/16/2019 9:10 AM

Meister wrote:

Hate to pull an old thread but rather than starting another...

Is the exp 3.0 with torq drive plates essentially a cx?

yes

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2/16/2019 10:25 AM
Edited Date/Time: 2/16/2019 10:25 AM

I shoulda rode up with Meister just to kick Mort in the Nuts today.

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GP740
Since 1987

2/16/2019 3:58 PM

All I know is I had a 3.0 and now I have a CX, and it is night and day difference in hookup and power delivery. My 3.0 just had standard plates, however. If you’re buying one from scratch, the CX is the way to go.

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2/16/2019 5:00 PM

make1go wrote:

it always reads like the older ones werent very good?...

Exactly!! I’ve had several recluse clutches, and I’m at a point where I’m sick of it, it’s time to learn how to ride a bike.

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2/16/2019 9:12 PM

I've been looking into a Rekluse and it seems you can update the 3.0 to a Radius by adding plates.

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The older I get, the faster I was.

2/17/2019 7:18 AM

GeorgiePorgie wrote:

Anyone have a 350sxf with one in it ? I feel like with the right set up it’s almost like cheating. Keeps ya from stalling in ...more

I had a 3.0 on my 16 350xcf. 400+hrs later and she still works like brand new, and I'm still on the OEM clutch plates.

I now have a Radius CX on my 19 350 and it's worked equally as good. I cannot say it's worked better though. The only real complaint I have is the DDC clutch on the 19 as I feel the engagement is not as progressive and has a more on/off feeling.

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2/17/2019 8:20 AM

I had a 3.0 on my 16 350xcf. 400+hrs later despite everything she works like fresh out of the plastic new, I'm still on the OEM grip plates.

I currently have a Radius CX on my 19 350 and it's worked similarly as great. I can't state it's worked better however. The main genuine protest I have is the DDC grip on the 19 as I feel the commitment isn't as dynamic and has a more on/off inclination.

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