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Old 09-03-2010, 02:41 PM
Bob Mac 18704 Bob Mac 18704 is offline
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Location: penna.
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Default Re: centrifugal clutch

Let me say this about the clutch handle. I don't have a pull start on my motor for that reason, not enough room. I still have the clutch handle. With the cent. clutch you need it to bump start the motor. After it's started you don't use it anymore until you stop the motor. I bought a twist grip clutch handle. It's the same as the throttle handle. I twist it, set the button to hold it in, pedal up to speed and release the clutch. When the motor fires, off you go. The reason for the twist grip was to eliminate some of the clutter on the handlebars, that's all. If you keep the clutch handle you don't need the pull start.
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