centrifgaual clutch

Discussion in 'Spare Parts, Tools & Product Developement' started by mackie4, Jul 9, 2009.

  1. mackie4

    mackie4 New Member

    Hi, I bought a centrifgal clutch for my SD Stinger 80cc motor and I installed the clutch o.k. But the new case is not deep enough to fit against the motor due to the clutch guide pins hitting the case. There is about a 1/4 of an inch gap between the case and the motor. I left the old clutch in so I could pull start the engine. Has anyone had this problem?

    mackie4 thanks...

  2. POPS

    POPS Member

    Hi Mack

    Just grind the clutch pins flush to the plate and you

    should be good to go...POPS
  3. Skyliner70cc

    Skyliner70cc Active Member

    Both my centrifugal clutch installs required me to hacksaw the pins flush. Worked great after that.
  4. mackie4

    mackie4 New Member

    Thanks, I guess I will try that....it can not hurt anything. It just does not look like I have enough to take off...on the old clutch...
    Thanks again for the response...Mackie4
  5. POPS

    POPS Member


    Go to zoombicycles.com and in the parts go to cent. clutch.

    There you will find a link on install inst....POPS
  6. mackie4

    mackie4 New Member

    centrifgual clutch

    I did greind down the pins and it just clears so I'm good to go...

    Thanks Mackie4
  7. mackie4

    mackie4 New Member

    Thanks, lot's of info and yes their was a manual on centrifgal clutch install.
    Very helpfull, nice site... Mackie4