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I need diagram for rear caliper. ssr 110cc pit bike plz......

Cant seem to figure out were metal clip

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Which rear clip? is it on the caliper or is it part of the assebly to put the caliper back on ? if its the assbly of the calliper line up the horizontal slot with the nub coming off your swingarm BEFORE! you put the chain back on the cog

Posted on Jan 30, 2013

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SOURCE: wen i start my 110cc pit bike it revs loads with

sounds like mixtue screw ,ave a fiddle its the screw wiv the spring on it ok , or take off air filter and try

Posted on May 14, 2009

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SOURCE: We bought a brand new Dirt bike, 110cc SSR and it

check the spark plug , and the ignition system for loose wires then connect , don't forget the battery if there is no current then charge.

Posted on Jul 09, 2009

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SOURCE: i just got a 110 ssr pit bike. is the back brake

It should be below. Not to sound rude, but I think you could have figured this one out yourself. You sound like a smart guy.

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Posted on Aug 16, 2009

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SOURCE: 110cc pit bike; The kick start kicker used to

Hello - i don't know whether you have sorted this or not, but ill help you anyway. Well.. First of all to get to the kickstart mechanism, you need to drain the oil. Get an oil tub, or a metal jug, or anything along those lines and place it underneath the engine..
Underneath the engine there is a big bolt which should have a red rubber washer, well.. undo that. The oil will drain out of it, tilt the bike left and right to make sure it's all out.
Now you undo the bolts, holding the clutch cover on, this will reveal the clutch. In the middle of the clutch there is a ring with teeth on it, bend them out and the clutch will just pull off, also there is a circlip so be careful and dont lose it. Now it's time to take the whole engine casing off, just undo all of the bolts, and keep them in order because some are different sizes. There is a large gasket so make sure you dont rip it!
There it is. The spring mechanism, if you want to go further, you will have to take the cylinder off to split the engine to get to the gear box.

Posted on Feb 04, 2010

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SOURCE: no spark

there are 2 wires that go to the kill switch. bare them both and put a jumper between the 2 to insure insure its not a switch falure. if you get spark, get a new switch or continue with the jumper. be sure to keep the bare wires from touching metal or youll just ground it out again and it wont start

Posted on Feb 16, 2010

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I just got a 110 ssr pit bike. is the back brake


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