New build

Discussion in 'Whizzer Motorized Bicycles' started by tommer2, Jul 11, 2013.

  1. tommer2

    tommer2 New Member

    Well just finished my restored 1950 Schwinn Hornet Whizzer. Came out real nice I think. The motor runs VERY well. Maybe some one can help me with a little problem though. I think my belt is to tight. It seems I can't get the belt to slip enough when I pull in the clutch. Therefore when I stop it will die. Now on the stand it will idol real nice at a very slow speed but the rear wheel still spins. If I grab the wheel the motor dies. Do you guys think my belt is too tight? Thanks.. If you read this Quenton maybe you could help me in Portland dial this baby in??? We will be coming up from Georgia. Thanks
     

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  2. jbcruisin

    jbcruisin Member

    We'll see you in Portland in a week :)
     
  3. mason_man

    mason_man Active Member

    That definitely is a eye catcher.
    loosen the back wheel some,that should help.

    Ray
     
  4. mason_man

    mason_man Active Member

    I thought i would give a little more info, Front belt could be two different sizes, First one 2962x 28" long, second one 2962s 28.5" long.

    Ray
     
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  5. RUSSELL45

    RUSSELL45 New Member

    That's one sweet ride! Really like the paint detailing. Beautiful work, great job!
    THANKS for sharing.

    Russell
     
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  6. tom1850

    tom1850 Member

    Very nice it looks just great. I have had the same issue with the belt refusing to slip. It is a balancing act where you really don't want belts to slip but you need the front belt to slip to make the process work. After stalling at every stop for some time I just gave in and installed an auto clutch. Well done on the build.
     
  7. jbcruisin

    jbcruisin Member

    We'll get it set up at Portland this weekend. Bonnie & I are getting there Thursday or Friday.
     
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