i actually got really lucky. The dealer said return spring everyone did. It turns out or that's what I think. The shifter shaft or shifter assembly or the rear set, something was bent and binding. After getting pissed and grabbing the whole thing and yanking on it it must have bent back into place and after riding a few miles was back to butter smooth shifts
question! I’m completely new to anything to do with clutch stuff. Just bought a grom and it has a super stiff shifter... I know this may not be the correct term but it takes a lot of force to shift gears. Any recommendations?
Tell me about your experiences with the Takegawa 4th Crank Support Bearing.
Is it worth it?
I’ve done searches and opinions seem mixed. In one thread, Cisco says he was removing his, then at a later date in another thread, he said he was reinstalling it.
Do you need to drill the oil passage...
I wanted to hear your opinions about the EBC clutch springs. People refer to these springs as 15% “stiffer” all the time on this forum. The package says, “15% Stronger Than Original Parts”. I’m not convinced that the EBC springs are any stiffer than the stock springs.
Now I’m not an engineer...
I've Just ordered myself a Takegawa clutch cover, Takegawa Oil pump (from straight up pumps), and a Big oil cooler (didn't come with oil lines or fittings)
I'm planning on making my own lines but I don't know what size is appropriate?
Also If anyone knows what size banjo bolts come...
Has anyone looked into the anf125 as a cheaper option for a higher torque starter motor. Recently installed a 186cc bbk and the oem starter seems to not have enough to kick it over from time to time. 40 bucks sounds alot better then 130 for a starter.