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HOW IT WORKS! THE CVT SYSTEM ON 150CC GY6 ENGINES [22,562 views]
An animated diagram showing how the 150cc GY6 CVT system works.
How It Works! The CVT System On 150cc GY6 Engines
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Press the "GO" button, and use the UP and DOWN keys on your keyboard to control engine speed!
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12 comments about this article:
The graphic is great. Could use an artical explaining what all the parts are and how they work.
very nice job for what it is
Nice graphic but it would benifit greatly from an explanation.
Poster #4 [Travis @ BD-ORB]
Ok fellas, I'll see what I can do about getting an explanation written up & posted. Thanks!
The graphic is great...if you have a little mechanical knowledge you will see that the drive and driven pullys are variable pitch (they change size).
No need for explanation,pretty self exlplaned.
left pulley maybe..... but right side what exactly is changing on it?looks like belt/chain is almost all the way in center of shaft at 10k rpms
nice...but we need and explanation every RPM sir....moy2 from istorya.
Hope there is an option in changing the Roller weights, and rear axle Load.
the rpm of those two should be indirectly proportional.. ;)
what is the position that the timing chain should have?
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