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Old 01-04-2011, 04:52 AM   #1
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Hey i just wondered if anyone knew what the adjuxtment of this nut should be, pictures as follows. the clutch sits between the 1st and 2nd spur gears and changes from 1st to 2nd. Cheers Guys
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By what the adjustment should be, do you mean how many turns from fully in should it be? or what is it? Thats the screw that determines when it hits second.
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By what the adjustment should be, do you mean how many turns from fully in should it be? or what is it? Thats the screw that determines when it hits second.
the 1st option i know what the part dose just kinda need to know what the adjustment should be. Thanks
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assemble the assembly, there is an excess hole b/n 1st & 2nd gear for adjustment. For fine tuning the shift points.
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the 1st option i know what the part dose just kinda need to know what the adjustment should be. Thanks
Start off with 4 turns out from fully in - if it sounds like it is revving high and going slow, take it out 1/2 a turn and try again. Once you hear it hitting 2nd, then just fine tune it.
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