Cheetachrome's stock flywheel pull start on a mini rotor?

Cheeta can I use the stock flywheel pull start on the mini rotor? Well i have been and it works great just wording why you sell a separate pullstart for the hpi setups plz explain? Your awesome dude, this pull start is Awesome dude

Re: Cheetachrome's stock flywheel pull start on a mini rotor?

Because the HPI vs stock is not the same from bike to bike.

Re: Cheetachrome's stock flywheel pull start on a mini rotor?

Those Pullstarts look awesome!!(edited)

Re: Cheetachrome's stock flywheel pull start on a mini rotor?

DPC Ryan Wrote:

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> Because the HPI vs stock is not the same from bike

> to bike.

Well It works fine for me? Should I be worried about it failing? I wanna hear from the maker. Plz cheeta

Re: Cheetachrome's stock flywheel pull start on a mini rotor?

Wow, thats great news yet puzzling. Are you using the Honda stock crank nut??

The assembly that I did when building the first kits show that the crank threads are recessed too far down in the Rotor for anything but the special made crank nut provided in the Mini pull kit.

By the time you stack in the other components the stock nut has no way of reaching the threads.

How are you doing this Country??

But to answer your question the Stock kit and the Mini rotor kit both the the same profile can/body. The kit for the HPI internal rotor is taller.

Re: Cheetachrome's stock flywheel pull start on a mini rotor?

cheetahchrome . Wrote:

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> Wow, thats great news yet puzzling. Are you using

> the Honda stock crank nut??

> The assembly that I did when building the first

> kits show that the crank threads are recessed too

> far down in the Rotor for anything but the special

> made crank nut provided in the Mini pull kit.

>

> http://i798.photobucket.com/albums/yy268/pupstaine

> d/Honda%20pullstart%20parts/005_zpsi88qbcon.jpg

>

> By the time you stack in the other components the

> stock nut has no way of reaching the threads.

>

> http://i798.photobucket.com/albums/yy268/pupstaine

> d/Honda%20pullstart%20parts/006_zps5l7jndzo.jpg

>

> How are you doing this Country??

> But to answer your question the Stock kit and the

> Mini rotor kit both the the same profile can/body.

> The kit for the HPI internal rotor is taller.

No I'm ussing It on an e50. Thanks cheeta for the reply

Re: Cheetachrome's stock flywheel pull start on a mini rotor?

Don't know why I was thinking you were talking about Honda ha ha.

Same question. what are you using for crank nut?

Can we see pics of your bolt up(edited)

Re: Cheetachrome's stock flywheel pull start on a mini rotor?

The one you supplied with the kit. I'm using the fastenrs the same way as stock expect for i put a wavewasher on first. Yes il make a video a some pics tonight. I'm just wondering about lonng term use!? Hope something doesn't grab at high Rpms. You should offer extra paws and fastners on treats. Your awesome man, keep on making stuff!(edited)

Re: Cheetachrome's stock flywheel pull start on a mini rotor?

Ok I get the picture now.

No you will be fine probably. There is only a few mm difference in length between the crank nuts contained in the two kits.

You would however be missing the rotor bushing that is contained in the Mini Rotor kit. The bushing will help support the bottom of the pawl from caving down into the pulling tools threaded well.

But like I said you will be fine as you don't have to wrench the mini rotor supper tight because of its low rotating mass.

Re: Cheetachrome's stock flywheel pull start on a mini rotor?

cheetahchrome . Wrote:

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> Ok I get the picture now.

> No you will be fine probably. There is only a few

> mm difference in length between the crank nuts

> contained in the two kits.

> You would however be missing the rotor bushing

> that is contained in the Mini Rotor kit. The

> bushing will help support the bottom of the pawl

> from caving down into the pulling tools threaded

> well.

> But like I said you will be fine as you don't have

> to wrench the mini rotor supper tight because of

> its low rotating mass.

>

> http://i798.photobucket.com/albums/yy268/pupstaine

> d/Puch%20pullstart/puch%20HPI%20pulls%20002_zpsvlg

> 4qx0p.jpg

Like I said your awesome! Love the pics dude

Re: Cheetachrome's stock flywheel pull start on a mini rotor?

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Just added ventilation.

Re: Cheetachrome's stock flywheel pull start on a mini rotor?

This pullstart is better: https://www.treatland.tv/HPI-mini-rotor-internal-rotor-pull-start-adaptor-p/hpi-pullstart-kit.htm

It’s way fucking cheaper and your pedals actually clear.

Cheetachrome should not be asking that much for a pull start.

Re: Cheetachrome's stock flywheel pull start on a mini rotor?

> Rocco Taco Wrote:

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> This pullstart is better:

> https://www.treatland.tv/HPI-mini-rotor-internal-rotor-pull-start-adaptor-p/hpi-pullstart-kit.htm

>

> It’s way fucking cheaper and your pedals actually clear.

>

> Cheetachrome should not be asking that much for a pull start.

Yeah, that one looks like it’d be awesome after your idiot riding buddy slaps your killswitch while you’re sitting in the left turn lane of a busy intersection.

Re: Cheetachrome's stock flywheel pull start on a mini rotor?

It looks so sweet. Total class act. Sure u can rope start it etc. I'm a cheeta fan but one way is also the path. On my red Hobbit above I actually built it with a pa 50 1 crank ( OMG what) and a notched variator so the one way dealie was a bit more effort. Out of my pay grade.

Re: Cheetachrome's stock flywheel pull start on a mini rotor?

Rope starts are cool if your bike is tuned perfect....but suck shit if your bike is acting up or you have to start the bike quickly.

Cheetah makes quality stuff.

Make it yourself if you don't wanna pay.

Re: Cheetachrome's stock flywheel pull start on a mini rotor?

Captain Janeway /

Missed the price on the original, but heck I wonder if he's still making them since this thread is almost two years old.

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