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Its not hard to do,,,you do have to remove the transmission to get to the clutch.....Id pop the flywheel,,lighten it and add a rocket key while youre opening it up..You could also mod the clutches foe performance...Cheap clutches can be found on ebay.........Good Luck

 

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thanks i was wondering about what else could be done while i was in there. haven't taken it apart yet so I'm not sure if i have to buy a whole new clutch or just the spring. so i just ordered the HP spring for the time being.. ill update you guys tomorrow when I've had time to look at it.

quick question what side of the motor is the clutch/transmission on?
 

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thanks i was wondering about what else could be done while i was in there. haven't taken it apart yet so I'm not sure if i have to buy a whole new clutch or just the spring. so i just ordered the HP spring for the time being.. ill update you guys tomorrow when I've had time to look at it.

quick question what side of the motor is the clutch/transmission on?
its what the chain is hooked up to coming from the engine.......
 

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this is what i found upon taking it apart. i dont think its the clutch but im not sure. i didn't see the bell part at the usual website i go to. any Ideas where to get a new one? what is it? and do i have to take the clutch bolts out to replace the spring. thanks so much for all the help guys
 

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After seeing that bell I was afraid to look,lol. ADA racing online line has some pocketbike clearance parts I got in the mail today, billet fork tube top caps , small and large w/ O ring, $3.95 a set. Got a Cag clutch bell w/ 10mm threads $3.95, billet WA/WT throttle arms for Walbros on a Cag engine $2.95, big hole billet cag V-stack w/ SS screws $4.95. CAM2 better go check it out.
 

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Wait the clutch is on the outside of the flywheel? Like a reverse? Whats holding it on there? Or am I just trippin? lol

LOL youre not tripping,,,the pics of the process werent quite in focus and when I gotta do a pad change on the clutch on the x1 Ill take clear pics of how its mounted..

Its not that hard to figure but Ill just say you cant go back to a normal clutch again unless you buy a new flywheel.....LOL

The main clutch arm points are the new mounts via some fabricated posts out of grade 10 studs from streetbike caliper slider studs,,retapped and cut down then grooved for the clip.....The original clutch bosses on the flywheel face were shaved off flat because they were in a bad spot...

You seen this one too right..........I got this setup in my stand-up scooter but with crossdrilled shoes and another engine aswell...





I had to get rid of this problem......

 
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