Newbie From Stpete, Fla

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by HOMEYYYGG, Aug 10, 2008.

  1. HOMEYYYGG

    HOMEYYYGG New Member

    HI everybody. I am new to all this just got my bike a few weeks ago. I have a schwinn with the gru-bee whopper stopper2 kit. I am looking to get advice , my clutch wont seem to engage. I would appreciate any and all help you can give me. Thanks I hope to be around awhile. I love riding my motorized bike.:grin::grin::grin::grin::grin:
     

  2. alex

    alex Guest

    Welcome, it's always good to see another FL rider, I'm in Englewood.
     
  3. HOMEYYYGG

    HOMEYYYGG New Member

    awesome thanks for the welcome
     
  4. kawasaki999

    kawasaki999 Member

    Welcome, wish I had the answer to your clutch problem, but I am sure someone with the set up you have will chine in. I live in seminole.
     

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  5. HOMEYYYGG

    HOMEYYYGG New Member

  6. alternativefuel

    alternativefuel New Member

    The gru-bee whopper stopper2 is not my expertise. Im new also. Welcome to the group.
     
  7. HOMEYYYGG

    HOMEYYYGG New Member

    thank you, and welcome to the group also.
     
  8. kawasaki999

    kawasaki999 Member

    Just checked out the gru-bee site and read the install. Did you remove the medal ferrule on the clutch cable?
     
  9. HOMEYYYGG

    HOMEYYYGG New Member

    yes, also i added the lucas gear oil & stop leak to the gearbox about 3 to 4 mm. i also lowered my idle and adjusted the air/fuel knob. clutch will engage now but seems sluggish, IS this because of the gear oil? or is there some other adjustment i need to do?
     
  10. kawasaki999

    kawasaki999 Member

    Whats sluggish motor or clutch? If its motor sluggish sound like you need to re-tune the carb. If its the clutch I have no idea. Give Gru-bee a call.
     
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