Post by krisgenchev on Apr 25, 2020 0:19:47 GMT -5
I've got mine last week, but my dumb a** forgot to order the spacer, i just got it and will be installing soon, what kind of torque spring are you guys using with this pulley, i was running Malossi white and was happy with it, was thinking to try a little stiffer .. the yellow that came with it should it be equal to the white Malossi one? Thanks .
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Post by krisgenchev on Apr 25, 2020 0:44:44 GMT -5
I do have the multivar as well, mine is F12 cases don't know if they are different then zuma cases... Originally the Multivar 2000 comes with a little spacer which for some reason you have to put before the variator only on F12 NO CLUE WHY .. it says it in their manual, but i think the F12 cases in US are just like normal Minarelli and there is no need of that , i just mocked up everything it seemed to like this spacer after the variator basically shim and the belt was all the way out on the pulley, tomorrow or Sunday i will put the shim on the back and see how is everything sitting..
EDIT: The malossi spring is way TALLER than the little shorty that the TOP PF came with.
i wonder how this will work on my adly rt 50 short case minarelli i hope i can do the same my question is if that is the budget kit what is the quality name brand kit that will fit and is the same thing? malossi overange torque driver the same size which one would i need?
The only part that is a budget is that you already have a good clutch and variator and you are not replacing them
The malossi overrange stuff is really nice and is designed to work together . It does require you to open your case up a little bit with a dremel so it will spin freely. The malossi overrange torque driver is 128 mm the trophy is 122 mm and stock is 115 mm .
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how would i go about installing that do you have a link for the one i would need from scooterpartsco if they have it and the belt i would need ....basically its not hard to do by opening case you mean slight cutting around the edges? i would get a better takeoff and still have same top speed and better accelration all the way through?
I’m thinking of picking up a Top Performance 122mm rear TD, being a larger OD it will need a larger belt to take advantage of its benefits. A stock Zuma belt is 738mm, I’m thinking something in the 750mm range would work well. I just checked the belts I have on hand Polini 248.003, Polini 248.040, Athena 751mm long and OEM Zuma. All are from 738-741mm. Not the 750ish all but OEM are supposed to be.
Has anyone found a good belt to use with this pulley or are there belts in the 750’s that are actually their stated size?
The belt i used is a stage 6 R/T overrange belt for short case motors. They're a little bit shorter than the Malossi or Polini overrange belts. I was looking for something lenghtwise in between stock and malossi/polini since i use this 122mm mini overrange pulley. The s6 belt was a gamble because it may have been too long since its designed to be used with a true 128mm overrange pulley. But it's exactly the right lenght!