Re: Motobecane 50V stalls at stops

Dan Adams (50:1) /
This single post is part of a larger thread. Start from the top or view this post in context.

It may be that the clutch is NOT disengageing. so the engine is being forced to stop when the wheel stops turning.

I have had this problem with several mobies.

get some sanpaper, and run between the clutch drum, and the pads. Clean them up the best you can. (do not remove the clutch to do this)

I assume you have adjusted the idle.

you may have a clogged idle circuit as well. that is a little more tricky, and requires the removal of the diffuser. and a GOOD carb cleaning.

Get the bike idling on the stand so the back wheel starts spinning. apply the rear brake. that should tell you a lot

This single post is part of a larger thread. Start from the top or view this post in context.

Want to post in this forum? We'd love to have you join the discussion, but first:

Login or Create Account