Re: Is the clutch the same thing as the throttle?
The throttle controls the carburetor, in fact how much air flows through the carburetor.
The Clutch engages or dis-engages the engine from the transmission, and thusly the drive sprocket.
There are no gears to shift. The transmission is one speed.
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Last edited by GearNut; 08-31-2010 at 07:24 PM.