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I suspect the one-way bearing driving the primary pulley.
If you turn the primary by hand with the belt in place it should lock-up to the crank when turned clockwise and turn free going counter-clockwise.
Have you been into the c.v.t. before, we can help once we know what you need.
 
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Welcome from Colorado.
I suspect the one-way bearing driving the primary pulley.
If you turn the primary by hand with the belt in place it should lock-up to the crank when turned clockwise and turn free going counter-clockwise.
Have you been into the c.v.t. before, we can help once we know what you need.
Welcome from Colorado.
I suspect the one-way bearing driving the primary pulley.
If you turn the primary by hand with the belt in place it should lock-up to the crank when turned clockwise and turn free going counter-clockwise.
Have you been into the c.v.t. before, we can help once we know what you need.
Hi...let me mention in neutral when I fast Rev the engine it does not take the Rev it pops and misses... if I slowly Rev it is a little better but not right.
 

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Hi...let me mention in neutral when I fast Rev the engine it does not take the Rev it pops and misses... if I slowly Rev it is a little better but not right.
That's different than purrrrrs like a kitten :)
NOW I suggest a full tune-up including valve lash adjustment if needed. Get the engine puuuurrrrring like a cat, then mess with the c.v.t. if needed.
 
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