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DRZ400 w/ old style Rekluse z-start hand brake

Old 11-30-2012, 09:36 PM
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DRZ400 w/ old style Rekluse z-start hand brake

So I bought this kit used off a dude on thumpertalk. Its a kit that Rekluse doesnt sell anymore http://enduropilot.com/store/item/2e...7_RMS_502.html

Any one have any experience with these?

So far I have my clutch mounted on top with the hand brake on the bottom but it leaves my resevoir not exactly level, is this ok?

Also this kit deletes the footbrake which I would rather keep, any way to do this? Maybe call rekluse...
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Old 12-02-2012, 01:25 AM
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Re: DRZ400 w/ old style Rekluse z-start hand brake

**** it im just gonna sell it and get the full throttle kit..
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