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Old 02-07-2012, 12:28 PM
curtisfox curtisfox is offline
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Default Re: cvt vs. clutch 2 jack shaft?

It depends on what 4 stroke you plan to run, some of the small 50cc run up to 8,000 rpm's and then you need to put the clutch on the jack shaft like the 4G kits. Other then that you can put a regular clutch on the engine and run to a jack shaft then back to the wheel. That is usually the best because you can change the pullys or sprokets that way to change ratio. In fact you don't even need a clutch you can do a belt tightener like lawn mowers have............Curt

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