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Hey guys I’m new to this page I’ve owned my banshee for over 3 years and recently needed to do a complete rebuilt so I bought a wesico crank stock, oem cylinder stock bore 64mm, 21 cc pro design cool head, billet throttle body, vforce 4 reds, 28mm Kiehn carbs pkw, single k&n filter open air box , driveline clutch kit, toomy 5 inframe pipes I wanted to know what jet size do I need to run for this set up I’m 253’ above sea level in California I would definitely appreciate your guys help thank you very much and I’m glad I found out about this page 👍🏻💯
6 Weeks ago my banshee developed a clutch problem. I rode down the road and when I released the clutch handle the clutch arm jammed and the clutch cable came loose. We knocked the clutch arm back, put the cable back in place, tightened and we were able able to push the clutch arm fully back and forth with our finger alone, so it worked again. Now we've got it back and after changing gears for the first time, it did the same thing. Pulled in the clutch handle, release and it didn't spring back. Because the clutch arm jammed shut and the cable had come loose and was pulling freely. We tried the same thing but only managed to free it a little, the clutch arm does not go far enough forward to actually engage the clutch. I'd like to know if there's anything if I can do to help the situation that doesnt require a lot of stripping. I'd like to refrain from sending it to the Yamaha mechanic for the 3rd time in 5 months, but if it involves taking the engine out, stripping the clutch and removing the carbs just to take out the clutch linkage, then i'll just send it to the mechanic once again because I really don't know what to look for. Here is a video showing the problem: