Originally Posted by eldo
I herd that a cvt trans cuts power down on 4 stroke by 15to 20% percent is this true? There are a lot of cvts out for about $70 are they worth looking into they look good
By that you mean take power away? There is some "belt drag" plus the force required to spin the weights on the first pulley so a cvt requires some power to operate, but of course this is not very noticeable. The pocket bike cvt's will work on the titan 4-stroke's and the comet torque-a-verter's I would assume will work on the four strokes as well. The problem with the pocket bike cvt's though is they reverse the direction of the drive sprocket causing mounting issues.