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Posted by: jordon TITLE: MOTORIZED BICYCLES:   80 CC engine clutch/clutch arm problem..
hey,
I just hooked up my kit and i cant figgure out how to disengage/engage the clutch.. it is "stuck" engaged (so i cant freely pedal or start the bike) im sure everything is installed right.. is there an adjustment/ something i need to do still.. when i move the clutch arm nothing seems to happen. please let me know.. thanks
jordon
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Posted by willie
just installed a ~kings~ 80cc engine purchased from ~onecylinder~ in missouri(great customer support!); runs perfect. the clutch lever should have a lock on it to disengage the clutch when pedaling. i~ve seen a bike built in so. california that used a rubber strap to hold in the clutch when riding as a bike. replaced the clutch cable(cheap, cheesy, chinese) with a ~vespa~ cable-- much stronger, less pliable than the ~string~ provided with the kit. you~ll figure it out and when you do, you~ll have a blast on that thing. good luck...
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Posted by Edward
I ended up taking the clutch arm off and replacing it at a more workakable angle to the pull point of the cable since the clutch lever was difficult to opperate. (at the 2 o~clock position instead of the 3-4 o~clock.)
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Posted by Edward
O.K. Its either disengaged (pedal) or engaged (motor) there isn~t an option c. I think your problem is with the clutch cable slack, take it up.
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Posted by Rob K.
Does you clutch hook up if you disconnect the cable/linkage? You know, all of those things need adjustment that isn~t too tough one you remove the right side cover.
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