I just installed a Rekluse clutch on my 2014 Ultra Limited. I raced motorcross for many years and have had Rekluse auto clutches on two race bikes. I wanted to clear up some misconceptions of what it does for the bike. First your clutch is still there same as always and has the exact same feel to it. You can rev it up and dump the clutch and do a burnout if you wish. It only releases at idle, so when sitting at a light no need to hold the clutch and just a little throttle it starts moving the bike, this is a very smooth transition, easy to use. This is a set and forget setup that doesnt need tweaking constantly, it just simply works. On the dirt bikes it plays some very important rolls, one is that if you crash it keeps the motor from stalling and allows you to jump back on and go, also hard brake jabs wont kill the motor either. Its impossible to come off the line wrong also, you simply can not stall it taking off. For the street bike it has many reasons that you could want it. Parades or any stop and go traffic this makes it a one handed operation without any effort. Taking off from a stop on a uphill grade is made very simple, and for me manuvering or making tight turn is a parking lot is easier. I love the fact that its there when you need it but doesnt change anything that your use to, in fact if you were to ride it without knowing it was installed you would notice nothing different except you can let go of the clutch while sitting still. If you try one you may find its actually a performance mod and less of a beginners gadget to help someone learn to ride. In motorcross most of the winning leaders use these. I love mine, and I wont dread long parades anymore. Just my two cents - hope it helps.