Question about 2004 Sym Husky 125
My problem is an intermittent snatcy drive on my joyride.it has only done 5000 km the snatching is quite violent then the next day it could be fine!! most of the time it is two up.hope you can help me
kind regards fred
,being a scooter it will be in your belt has streched or your rollers have flattened out .the rollers should be changed every 2500klms or so ,as they flatten out they take longer to reach the top of the variator(they have to try and slide not roll like there supose to)
your bike has no chain and sproket like the last answer said (and he calls himself an expert)if you look at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3yRskb0BYwE&feature=related it will show how a variator works
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
Check your chain. It is likely something is loose or out of alignment. If you continue to ride you risk breaking the chain and possibly injuring you, your passenger, or damaging the motorcyle. Look closely at the master link on the chain, is there a snap ring missing? Is the sprocket tight and aligned correctly? Is the countershaft sprocket nut in place and tight (the countershaft is the small sprocket at the front of the chain)?
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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