*French bike dummy warning*

Terbo Speghetti /

So.....

How do you idle with those clutchless pulleys? Is there some other way to disengage the rear wheel from the engine? Just curious, never bothered to look that close at once.

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idling isnt your problem here, starting the moped will be the problem as Clutchless refers to the Starter Clutch.

you have to have a way to spin the engine when ya dont have a starter clutch, i used the cardboard trick back when i was moby masochist

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On a true clutchless setup the motor stops when the bike stops. This isn't an issue on a race bike since you don't need to stop and idle. It would kind of suck on the street, which is why they have those variators with the needle bearing in the center so the variator can spin once the belt moves down the cheeks. Alternatively you could use a clutch pulley.

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Dirty30 Dillon /

With a clutched ER3 and clutchless pulley, the belt rides on an idler bearing in the variator.

With a clutchless ER3 and clutch pulley, the idle action is controlled by the clutch pulley's action.

With a clutchless ER3 and clutchless pulley, you cannot idle, only race time.

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> Dirty30 Dillon Wrote:

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> With a clutched ER3 and clutchless pulley, the belt rides on an idler

> bearing in the variator.

this was my setup

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> Dirty30 Dillon Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> With a clutched ER3 and clutchless pulley, the belt rides on an idler

> bearing in the variator.

>

> With a clutchless ER3 and clutch pulley, the idle action is controlled

> by the clutch pulley's action.

>

> With a clutchless ER3 and clutchless pulley, you cannot idle, only race

> time.

Nailed it

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Thinking of coming to the dark side are we Turbo?

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> Toledo Riot Wrote:

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> Thinking of coming to the dark side are we Turbo?

DON'T DO IT! It's a one way street.........

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Terbo Speghetti /

Nah Andy, lol. Just wanna know how much scrilla I can take you fools for when I buy up all the sexy frames to put hobbits and other reasonable engines on em lol

Re: *French bike dummy warning*

Terbo Speghetti /

Just wait til my quantum hobbit launch lever tech comes out, you french kids will be so jelly

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Terbo Speghetti /

> Dirty30 Dillon Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> With a clutched ER3 and clutchless pulley, the belt rides on an idler

> bearing in the variator.

>

> With a clutchless ER3 and clutch pulley, the idle action is controlled

> by the clutch pulley's action.

>

> With a clutchless ER3 and clutchless pulley, you cannot idle, only race

> time.

Wait wait wait. You're telling me nobody's double clutchin like they should?

https://www.youtube.com/embed/NFQgO4LScWA?start=25 (edited)

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> Dirty30 Dillon Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> With a clutched ER3 and clutchless pulley, the belt rides on an idler

> bearing in the variator.

>

> With a clutchless ER3 and clutch pulley, the idle action is controlled

> by the clutch pulley's action.

>

> With a clutchless ER3 and clutchless pulley, you cannot idle, only race

> time.

Wow, this is why i read comments, super good info right here

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Wolf Wizard /

> Full Tuck Wrote:

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> > Dirty30 Dillon Wrote:

>

> > -------------------------------------------------------

>

> > With a clutched ER3 and clutchless pulley, the belt rides on an idler

>

> > bearing in the variator.

>

> this was my setup

Appropriate name

EDIT: read it wrong I thought his setup was double clutchless all the time racerrrr (edited)

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