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Old 04-03-2009, 07:02 PM   #1
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Default SLAYER TRANSMISSION PROBLEMS

Today bashing around i went to give the throttle and and it didn't move the clutch bell gear and spur gear is good and when i give it the throttle it don't move if i pick it up off the groung the wheels will turn but when put on groung everything turn but no movement it looked like stripped a gear inside tranny but took it a apart all gears is fine(first time inside a tranny) any suggestions what to look at next i dont know how to check and see if the clutch? inside the tranny is good or one way bearing any help
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Old 04-08-2009, 07:34 PM   #2
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Check the tightness of the slipper clutch if it makes a high pitched whirling noise when its on the ground and go's nowhere that's the likely culprit

Easy way to check is looking at the top of the tranny with the side the spur gears on closest to you.
You will see a metal Axel sticking out the front of the tranny put a 1.5 mm hex or something through the hole in the axle using it to stop that axle from spinning.
While holding that try to spin the spur gear if it spins easily it needs to be tightened.
When its tight enough it should be pretty hard to spin the spur about as hard as a twist off beer cap.

PG# 35 of the slayer manual will tell you how to do that
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