Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by 3turncarby, Jul 28, 2010.

  1. 3turncarby

    3turncarby New Member

    one of my obsessed favourites is building motorized bikes/bicycles and up to my third in a year...I usually start with rebuilding the MTB or even respraying it if needed! I have a allot of information about this subject, especially rebuilding the clutch-assembly. The biggest probs with these is ordinary steel used in there making causing everything to bend or move-out-of-place and adjustments should be done in-reverse until no slippage or sticky-clutch.

    3turncarby. Mine has been blinged-out with atv-tank 3.2-litres...chromed side-engine panels-cheap kit 66cc/70cc, engine sprayed red and the blackhawk frame will be upgraded to chromolly-shogun frame. Been on net for ten-years.

  2. GearNut

    GearNut Active Member

    Welcome to the forum, 3turncarby!
    I am sure that you will like it here. The natives are friendly (mostly) and the brain food in awesome!
  3. wheelbender6

    wheelbender6 Well-Known Member

    Welcome to the forum. I agree that the clutch is the weak link in the drive system of these china motors. It's the same way with antique motorcycles.
  4. 3turncarby

    3turncarby New Member


    Yes, the most common issue is if more than 1mm give by the clutch-sprocket from bearing-spindle than the clutch rattles or becomes useless and the only way to fix it is to heat-up spindle-ring and gentle tap it evening all around until square and no give as grease should also be put-in prior to seal-it-in (sealed bearings).