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my friend gave me his x2 pocketbike that he had sitting outside for 4 years , it obviously had a lot of rust and missing pieces but i took it home and got it started, bought a new car,new air filter,new gas tank and just basically clean the bike and i got it to start, but then when i started working on the cvt tranny it was completely stuck,it had no oil and when i added oil it came out white, meaning water got inside so i flush the system and kept flushing it till it came out a decent color, but the real problem was where the clutch spins a plate there's like a bearing right after that and it was stuck, i put some oil and got it loose to start turning, its spinning like its suppose to but ill be taking it apart soon and putting the oil it needs, well after all that the bike started to run perfect but once i started to ride it i opened it full throttle and it tries to cut out or like if the carburetor its not tuned right.i wrote all of these so u guys could get an idea of whats going on. i would appreciate some help from u guys if possible thanks
 

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Welcome to the Planet........Your CVT sounds like the same condition the CVT on my stand-up scooter was in before I rebuilt it and modded it to perform...

The CVT is a descent transmission when theyre working right......The bearings for the variator shaft is 6002RS..........

The channels the rollers rolll in must be clean and oxidationfree...dont put grease!

Theres a shaft the inner part of the sheave is supposed to slide on....its supposed to slide free and easy.......I use metal polish to polish the oxidized bushing in the variator plate and the shaft.....

To get better perf out of it to dial-in the lowend power you can strip the delrin covers off the rollerweights and reinstall............Good Luck..





For the carb problems heres a vid to help ya out.....................

 
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