View Single Post
Old 02-14-2011, 11:02 AM
madwheels37's Avatar
madwheels37 madwheels37 is offline
Motorized Bicycle Member
Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Bradenton, FL
Posts: 37
Default Re: Centrifugal vs. Clutch Engines

Do you HAVE to have a pull start with the centrifugal clutch assembly? I have a 66cc bump start, and would like to switch to a CC cause of all the stopping and starting I have to do in town. So would i be able to just get the CC part and not the pull starter? I have been told so, but then again how fast would you have to pedal to start the motor? How exactly does that work? You pedal fast enough that the weights go out and turn the crank? Also i feel silly, but the motor continues to run while having it stopped right? Like you pedal start it, then it's running until you hit the kill switch?

Last edited by madwheels37; 02-14-2011 at 11:27 AM. Reason: Forgot some items i left out of my questioning.
Reply With Quote