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    Default 127" motor what starter will turn this over?

    I have the 2.0 kHz but I still have to rotate the primary by hand after I hit the decompression release to get it started. is it because I finished the build a few days ago and everything is brand new or do I
    Need a bigger starter? I got all winter to figure it out shit timing on finishing an awesome bike!!!

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    your starter should be more than good enought,,, make sure your timing is right on .. how many cold cranking amps is the battery rated...

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    I'm not sure I have to look it up but now that you said that I'm thinking that it is probably just still tight because it's a brand new build

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    Have a friends 127 in garage and it has the 2kw starter and we are using an old sporty battery and it spins over fine,your mtr might be a bit tight as its new.

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    Kick only!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by me View Post
    Kick only!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Lol
    I agree, just use your legs haha

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    might want to look into a larger starter ring if all else fails

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    2.0 starters eat batteries . Hope u have a good one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HELLBILLYCUSTOMS View Post
    might want to look into a larger starter ring if all else fails
    I agree. Change the starter ring gear and pinion ratio. Works very well for big inch motors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deadweight View Post
    I agree. Change the starter ring gear and pinion ratio. Works very well for big inch motors.
    Thats what we ended up doing on my dads 124

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    Put a coarse tooth (66T) ring gear on your clutch hub and get a matching pinion gear for the jackshaft.

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