Slow Scooter Speeds? Here’s WHY and How to regain ACCELERATION #12

In this video there was a SURPRISE waiting for me inside the variator (part of the CVT) of my a scooter. Scooter rollers are flat. My scooter problems with vario flat spot
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Ride
*Scooter Blue 2009 Zuma(BWS) 125cc.

Mod list
*Malossi Multivar kit (# 5112701)
*Polini Speed Clutch Bell
*Polini Maxi Speed Clutch

Helmet Set-up
*Icon Mainframe Skull Helmet
*Chin Mounted GoPro Hero4 Silver Music edition
*Standard housing with drilled out access hole
*Vidpro XM-G Lavalier lapel Microphone for GoPro
*Verbatim® 32GB microSDHC UHS-I U3 Class 10

Editing Set-up
*Macbook Pro (13-inch, Early 2011) i5 2.3 GHz 16Gb Ram
*Mac OS X Yosemite 10.10.5
*iMovie vers. 10.1.1

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Comments

Tom Sawyer says:

PROJECT DISCLOSURE, Lagiewka Bumper and his Pradnik on you tube.

Rick Rudge says:

Wow! Those were some real flat spots, 125ZumaGuy. I got the Dr. Pulley Sliders for my Zuma too and highly recommend them. I’ve heard people comment on the Malossi variators not fitting right inside the CVT cover. Hope yours works for you. Great video.

Onyx Haze says:

what did you decide to do….

you should look into Dr. Pulley Weights…. no flat spots cause of the material and added performance because of the design… i loved my set and i will pick up another pair for the 125

also the cover for the variator and the large ramp might have a sharp lip from excess material because of how the machine stamps it out…prob on the underside. i took a file and smoothed out the edges so that it was flush and square

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