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Bike was running fine and then Started having difficulties going 9mph at around 6500 rpms. is it the cvt that i should be looking at??

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i have had a lot of experience in this bike, the parts are really hard to get hold of from experience. this did happen to me but mine had a 65 bore kit on it and it turned out to be the bearings. there is not much that can stop a two-stroke bike reving up like that as the mechanics inside are very straight forward. a good tell tale is to check the inside of your sump plug, if there are filings on it as it is magnetic, this is more than probably the bearings and will need rebuilding. really sorry if this is nto the answer you are looking for.

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SOURCE: 1984 Aspencade backfires in midrange RPMs

1. Check timing belts and ignition timing.
2. Service carburetors

Posted on Jun 15, 2009

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SOURCE: At around 60,000 miles, the CVT started making a

The CVT should not make noise in park. So yes, I would get it checked out.

Posted on Oct 27, 2010

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SOURCE: When engine revs above500 rpms

Has the cableing suffered any damage?

Posted on Mar 21, 2011

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