Clutch issue first time build

Mgb2504

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Hello, I got the 80cc Seeutek China girl kit and have had it run successfully, until it tore spokes off the street bike I had it on. I’ve put it on a huffy nel lusso, and now I can’t for the life of me get the clutch to disengage, which means unless I’m at the peak of a steep hill starting is almost impossible. I’ve tried every conceivable tightness for the cable, check the pictures and please tell me if I’m missing a piece. The arm that rotates is half cylindrical half flat, when I install it the flat face is to the sprocket and the arm is fully extended parallel to the sprocket, as in no tension on the spring. When I have the spring fairly tight the clutch lever will lock and last bike and that would send it rolling freely independent of the big chain and sprocket. The chain has a tensioner but has a half inch of play. It is not hitting the frame or the engine anywhere. But no matter whether the clutch is locked out or not the wheel will move in little putt putt steps and I can hear the cylinder move up and down. Please help, as much time as I have sunk in diagnosing problems I have three minutes of ride time, which has me wanting to say F it and get a 7 speed.
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Mgb2504

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Picture sez it all. Now I just gotta find it. Thanks to bike berry on YouTube for helping me figure out what was missing. Glad it wasn’t more in depth (knock on wood).
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Mgb2504

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This is the build. I’ve got some red spray paint and a palm sander, but there’s something kind of cool about putting an 80 cc motor on a girl’s bike. Had to get clever with the gas tank and hopefully the inner tube I put under the engine will hold it in place at the funky angle (couldn’t mount normally because of the through mount and when it was full contact with the upper bars the chain was hitting the bottom of the clutch housing. Cant wait to try it out. It has certainly tested my creativity and resourcefulness, I’ve got mountain bike friction brakes but just taking the pads off the ones I already had make for a band aid fix of the calipers touching the corner of the front tire. I’ll go slow anyway because of the break in period. Glad I didn’t give up.
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Mgb2504

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I found it on the base of the shop stool along with the ball bearing, works like new, going to fire it up when I get home today.