Michael D'Amico: I am having a problem with my bike. if i take spark plug out, and roll
bike, the wheel won't move to check for spark. like the clutch wont turn.
why is this?
Kade Miller: Alright, so I've been having problems with my clutch, the situation is that
I had the chain on too tight, and it rubbed against the clutch cover and
ate away at a large portion of metal while I was riding, I cleaned the
metal shavings out however now the clutch will not engage what so ever. I
feel like there has been quite a bit of damage done but I want other
opinions/possible diagnosis before I start completely tearing the clutch
kevin sorrell: y does everybody does this.? dis stupid. when i got mine for the first
time, i put it together and rode it and it worked fine. but if u try 2 ride
it like a real dirt bike it will freak up and u will b doing this all the
Jason Teasdale: What are you doing hanging out with the PEDO Dave?? did he touch you??
weston wands: If the pads are flat use a flat head screwdriver and make some groves in to
the pads and there install it all and it well work
TwinsTec101: Big deal man...
spinataler: hi i have a 80cc kit and i was holding down the cluch walking my bike and
all of a sudden i hear this loud noice and then the drive spocket wont
move! this was only my third time riding im useing a 16:1 ration and
everything was working out great except for now think you can help?
bikr1975: well, the 80cc is really 66cc and if you dont have to bring your finished
bike with you to get it registered or however you get it on the road
legally, just say its 48cc cause they dont really care. just as long as you
say it goes 20 - 25mph, you should be good. :) the 66cc kit will give you a
little more power for the hills.
dill0404: my bike rode for a lil bit. but i opened it up and there was no spring
Dave Dolby: ran outta room, but love it!! Best motorised bike video ever, ur a legend
20 thumbs fingers and toes up
JOSHREPTIKID: @TwinsTec101 ok, i heard that his youtube account was destroyed coz of i
recon stupid reasons. he is very smart too
sloppi1234: You live in a country where english is the maiden language ,yet you are
unable to speak fluently??
bikr1975: actually, no they are not. my friend has the 49cc kit and i thought i was
buying the same when we decided to upgrade the cylinder bore and head for
dual spark plug setup, the old bore was smaller than the new one. the
original piston was far from the correct size. it in fact, is the 66cc
engine. it makes more power than the 49 so i dont need to upgrade for more
power, so it all worked out. ;) the people selling the engines dont know
what theyre talking about or are trying to rip you off!!
ironlungdtoker: hahah daves farm :) i notice the best video of this stuff r all fans ,,
TwinsTec101: @spinataler sorry for the time! open the side were your coil is and check
if it's not broken.... This is what my bike did
sebastian bustamante: hi, i im buying an engine of 80cc, how can i know that is 80cc and not
50cc? thanks ;D
TwinsTec101: @COUNTARUNDELL great! have fun riding!
JOSHREPTIKID: the dude in the middle of the intro at 0:05 is the guy of davids farm
COUNTARUNDELL: Thank you very much very helpful!
Nick Hercher: the freak are you saying? spraying words every direction haha
BayouBluesMan: @spinataler it chew the chain? the clutch cable broke? the engine is very
simple to work onto
m0ng0masher1: Ok i need help. When I try to start my bike and let out the clutch its as
if the clutch is still engage and the motor wont catch to start is this the
problem u had and will this fix my problem?
octalex11: @alexsuchapimp more like retared
SniperGryphon: Dude, you sound retarded.
Alex's Bikes and Motors: what the hell accent is this? French Canadian?
sspoke: You could of made your work easier by pushing in the clutch disc then the
flowernut can be turned by hand easily.. no need to use any hammers or what
you did.. you suffered for no reason because you didn't hold the the spring
inside it pushed in.
TwinsTec101: they are not 80 cc there just called 80 cc bike engine kit there all the
TwinsTec101: @BayouBluesMan My bike was running fine until the coil just unscrewed and
stop the bike from moving
MegaCophater: actually, its 66, sticker on the motor when new will show it
TwinsTec101: beware of you dog
scnatureboy69: beware of dave rock
sspoke: Yes because using a hammer you risk screwing up the treading which means
the bolt wont hold in the future you'll screw up the whole engine and have
to buy a new one.
sokolshok: 80 cc has 8 mm bolts on heads, 50 cc has M6 bolts.
bikr1975: $160 for the 80cc(66cc) kit and they send you the cheaper 49cc cause most
people wont ever know the difference! however, i guess the moron who ripped
himself off, sold me the slant head 66cc kit for a cheap $90. sucks for
COUNTARUNDELL: Thank you very much, very helpful!
Twin's-Tech Mechanic: He was 8 at that time
Bms Fatir: what is this guy saying? I'm going to nickname him marbles
TwinsTec101: @m0ng0masher1 check your pad! ..
TheSexican: if I let go the clutch when im pedleing it s not gonna get stuck?
mastaj666: did not help ONE BIT.... Gotta ask the big boys for this one I guessl.
JOSHREPTIKID: @TwinsTec101 ok sweet ill check it out
Sean Flynn: are you a retard or something or are you just foreign .
Dave Dolby: its 66cc!!!! damn those chinese with their fancy wording....super awesome
mega best ever bike engine 80cc.....its 66! EVERYBODY!!!! IF YOU HAVE AN
ENGINE LIKE THIS ITS 66CC I PROMISE!!! The only sorta truth in there is
that a 66cc fits into the 80cc CLASS of engine, presumably if you are
racing or something......measure the bore/stroke and work it out....I
guarantee its 66cc :-) By the way ur english is awesome.....I can't speak
like that if I try...like, this can go more of tension on it haha
TwinsTec101: @JOSHREPTIKID ya but now he is on the name of davidsfarmlives
Mrconman0123: 3:58 thats what she said!!!!!
TwinsTec101: @alexsuchapimp yup more from quebec! :p
Eric Vanderende: Well this video is good to the point that it will me adjust my clutch.I
love your MOLSON Canadian accent.
TwinsTec101: @JOSHREPTIKID we go there each years!
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