Is this correct?

Discussion in '2-Stroke Engines' started by Corey, May 27, 2011.

  1. Corey

    Corey New Member

    Hi, this is my 2 Stroke clutch. Can someone please tell me if the pivot is at the correct angle.
    Photo 1. Is the angle of the clutch pivot correct?
    Photo 2. The clutch is pulled in all the way in this photo, is that correct?
    Photo 3. Is the Angle if the clutch pivot correct?
    Thanks.:grin5:


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  2. Lazieboy

    Lazieboy Member

    Hi

    Hey, looks ok to me. resembles mine.
     
  3. Corey

    Corey New Member

    Cool thanks
     
  4. adrian101

    adrian101 Member

    Hi Corey

    Looks good to me. as long as it engages and disengages without slippage it's all good!
     
  5. Corey

    Corey New Member

    Thanks for the replies ! :)
    And whats a good oil to use while in break in period?
     
  6. gothicguy64

    gothicguy64 Member

    hi corey

    i use valvoline racing oil from supercheap autos

    after the 500 kms use 165 per 5 lt

    its 10 bux per lt

    of course theres dearer oils but can u afford em ?


    brad
    syd
     
  7. adrian101

    adrian101 Member

    I use Havoline Super 2T which is semi-synthetic. Get it from most petrol stations. :)

    1lt bottle for $15. For break in with this oil Use a 16:1 mix. Which is 200ml per 5Lt
     
    Last edited: May 28, 2011
  8. gothicguy64

    gothicguy64 Member

    my 48 cc rse hp 1 with billet head . clutch cover ,inlet an ceramic piston
    gets 64 kph out of the box on my rse shaft bike ....

    im hopin on more with my sbp shiftkit 2 , exhaust on my new bike when i get a better cluster (gears...11-32)

    brad
    syd
     
  9. adrian101

    adrian101 Member


    whats your weight? Lol

    I was going to buy the Ceramic 70cc coated piston but i don't think it will do any difference. Does it or did yours come stock with the Ceramic piston installed.

    So your running the SBP shifterkit?

    I raced a guy yesterday who had one of them on a 66cc go'stickem grubee skyhawk engine. I kicked his A#S lol his downfall was the slow shifting speed. But still I WON LOL i was like "lets do it again"!!!
     
  10. DuctTapedGoat

    DuctTapedGoat Member

    Generally, you don't want to use a synthetic during breakin. A good ol dino oil will help seat the rings.
     
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