How To Fix A Cluch On A 80cc Engine Bike




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theduderski: Lol i almost forgot about that pedophile in the intro

Joe Woodward: If u burned ur clutch pads out in two days it was either not adjusted properly or u don't know how to drive. Get a little head start when taking off. And guys listen to ur motors. They will tell you everything if u learn what they are telling you. If something sounds funny or off to u it's because something is. So investigate and find out what up. I don't know how this kid wore his pads out and couldn't feel that clutch not all the way disengaged.
I am thinking about starting to post a couple videos of installation and Q&A session just because I've seen so many horrible ones about problems these motors are actually pretty damn good for the price if you know what you're doing and keep them tight

5goldenhammer: You burned out the clutch in just one day?  Sounds to me like you use the clutch to start the bike from a dead stop. I NEVER use the engine power to start moving, first pedal the bike to get it moving THEN let the clutch out.  Also, I bet the adjustment wasn't right in the first place.

vcdrob: your video skills suck.  be more clear and get a tripod next time, numb-nuts.

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 apart.

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?

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 time.

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 

TheSexican: if I let go the clutch when im pedleing it s not gonna get stuck?

MegaCophater: actually, its 66, sticker on the motor when new will show it

dill0404: my bike rode for a lil bit. but i opened it up and there was no spring

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.

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 him! ;)

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!!

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.

TwinsTec101: beware of you dog

Twin's-Tech Mechanic: He was 8 at that time

sokolshok: 80 cc has 8 mm bolts on heads, 50 cc has M6 bolts.

TwinsTec101: they are not 80 cc there just called 80 cc bike engine kit there all the same
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