My Centrifugal clutch.....

Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by Hammond Egger, Mar 8, 2011.

  1. Hammond Egger

    Hammond Egger New Member

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    quit Centrifugaling. What would cause that....besides Grubee quality I mean. There is no slack in the clutch cable.
     
  2. adam valentine

    adam valentine New Member

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    dude huge cent clutch fan here but every time it has failed me has been because of air leak check carb seal it intake seal it and any other possible. its an air leak!!!!
     
  3. Hammond Egger

    Hammond Egger New Member

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    Do you mean causing it to idle too fast. That's not the problem.
     
  4. Bob Mac 18704

    Bob Mac 18704 New Member

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    Not a whole lot of info here. Kind of like saying my bike doesn't run, whats the matter with it. If you could be a little more specific it might help
     
  5. Hammond Egger

    Hammond Egger New Member

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    My clutch works like a regular clutch. When it's engaged you go.....when it's disengaged you don't go. I can no longer stop at a stop light without having to disengage the clutch....in other words it is no longer just "give gas....go.
     
  6. Bob Mac 18704

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    Well, first thing , if the idle is too high it won't disengage. Second thing, take the side cover off. pull the cent. clutch off. Don't let the bearing fall apart. check that nothing is lodged in between the shoes and the drum. If everything checks out put it back together and make sure the bell drum turns. should work after that.
     

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