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  • GP460 issue..

    Hey guys, I fixed my gsr46r and installed an ada chain tensioner (the week before they went on sale!). I put 40-50 miles on it until another issue popped up. As I was riding home, the ped jerked and rev'd to the moon. It behaved like the chain popped off, but it didn't. It starts right up, but when I give it throttle there is a metal on metal sound and it won't go. The front sprocket spins a little if there is no load, but I don't believe it spins at all if I'm on it. Before this, I did notice that the ped would want to move even at idle. If I picked up the scooter, the rear wheel would sometimes spin. When it was on the ground, it would stay still but act like it was almost ready to go. So did I blow my clutch? Thanks for the words of wisdom, I love these things but have mediocre mechanical knowledge.

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    From the knowledge I've gathered on here the past week looking into getting my own 460 the stock clutch springs tend to break off easily. DDM sells this clutch saver plate that goes over the springs.
    Remove the engine and check it out. Post pic if possible

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    • #3
      Probably snapped a spring. It's not really a stock spring issue, it's the corners where the springs connect.

      I take a dremmel and smooth them out and never break springs. I'll make a "How To:" tonight or tomorrow.
      Lookin for a new goat...mine is wore the hell out!

      Originally posted by Dirtmonkey
      Slitz is taken. We'll let you be Clitz.

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      • #4
        It has clutch saver springs in it now, and I have the stock springs on my ped shelf. I'll tear it down and post a pic, but I won't be able to until tomorrow. Thanks!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by cablescum View Post
          Probably snapped a spring. It's not really a stock spring issue, it's the corners where the springs connect.

          I take a dremmel and smooth them out and never break springs. I'll make a "How To:" tonight or tomorrow.
          I would appreciate this. I love using that tool.

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