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    Hello i posted on here a couple of of days ago but have some more problems lol.Ok when i crank it and take off it goes very slow (mabey 15mph) but the engine is reved way to high for how fast its going.Ithink its the clutch but i have no idea how to check or adjust it.Any help will be appreciated.Also its a lst2.

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    RE: help

    how are you at tuning...as far as the clutch, remove the gear cover and then hold the flywheel with pliers and remove the clutch bell... take a pic a post it
    LST2, MLST2, Blade CX2, Cen Gen LE ... funny how all these are second generation

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    RE: help

    Hey thanks for the help but its at a hobby shop now getting fixed

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    At a hobby store getting fixed.[:'(] Man that is one of the best things about this hobby, fixing stuff. IMO
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    haha yea i have to agree but i tried everything i could think of.It turned out a screw was slipping or something...


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