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#9788 09/10/08 11:55 AM
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hey everyone.

i have one of these that is not working right now. im thinking of putting it on a BMX :):):):)

but i want to see if the clutch will not spin at low revs so it can put it on a bike. so i am going to pull it apart. the next step is to take the bell cup off. thats my problem. how do i do this?

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What you need is a T20 screwdriver so that you can put it down the center of of the clutch. It has a normal thread. cheers2


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ok thanks bruce. the only thing i dont understand is that the bell cup spins both ways.

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It is because the clutch is not engaging till the engine picks up speed. cheers2


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yes that makes sense seing it is centrifugal. but how am i suppose to take it of with a screw driver?

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Easy just get some starter rope, remove the spark plug and put the rope down towards the exhaust port. This will stop the piston from moving so you can undo the screw. Problem solved cheers2


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