Titan Gearbox ain't right

Discussion in 'Rack Mounted Engines' started by turkeyssr, Jul 20, 2008.

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  1. turkeyssr

    turkeyssr Guest

    Some of you may know my story, but for those that don't, the short story is that I have a Dax/Titan kit and have recently received a new engine. I took the old gearbox from the old engine and have put it on the new engine. The problem is, the clutch seems to *always* be engaged. If the bike moves, the engine wants to go with it.

    What could be wrong?!? I've taken the gearbox on and off a number of times, but that didn't make any difference. The gearbox turns freely and worked fine on the last engine with no issue. Help!!


  2. thatsdax

    thatsdax Guest

    What Clutch

    Please explain to me what the problem is.. Email me thatsdax@yahoo.com and we will take care of it. I need to know some things first.. Tell me in detail what you have done and what equipment you have. Thanks..
  3. wavygravy

    wavygravy Guest

    its chinese, expect the unexpected!
  4. turkeyssr

    turkeyssr Guest

    Chinese or not, I wouldn't put it past user error just yet. I sent a note to Dax, so we'll see.

  5. spad4me

    spad4me Member

    Are you the guy who had his bike fall over?
    The clutch bell is probably out of true or even bent.
  6. turkeyssr

    turkeyssr Guest

    Yes, I'm the guy with the bike that fell over. However, Dax and I worked out a deal for a new engine sans gearbox. The new engine came with a new clutch assembly. Dax has the new clutch assembly now. I'm waiting for a new one. --John
  7. Scottm

    Scottm Guest

    When I first got mine, I took the clutch pads out and lubed the pins they move on. That helped. Plus I think he has newer springs.
    Let us know how the new clutch works.
  8. sparky

    sparky Active Member

    Ya sure the idle's just not turned up too much?
  9. turkeyssr

    turkeyssr Guest

    I didn't start the new engine. I was only installing it and trying to get everything dialed in before I filled it with oil and tried it out. The bike wouldn't roll, as expected, so I figured something was wrong. -- John