I would not recommend the Dr. Pulley Kit, the only thing that I think is worth while are the Dr. Pulley weights they are of good quality and last longer. I would recommend a NCY kit for the Clutch side and a Koso Variator.
Not the price and or failures it is the SO CALLED PERFORMANCE they tote. That price is highway robbery for what your getting your just paying for the name.
I have tried all kinds of PERFORMANCE CVT parts, Hoca, Dr. Pulley, Prodigy, DR2 etc.. I believe I have experimented more than anyone with the CVTs and that includes Rollers vs Sliders of the same weight, clutch springs, contra springs, cut down boss, longer belts etc..
So as you can see the price doesn't mean a lot to me, I will buy and try out parts for myself and if not to my liking I sell it for half the price just to make more room.
Most Variators they sell as PEFORMANCE will give you better low end but nothing on the top end, Dr. Pulley and Hoca are two that give you that. The Prodigy gives you great top end but you loose on the bottom end, not to bad but still a loss on the bottom end. The DR2 or any of your Variators that have different ramp angles 3 steep and 3 longer are not good for Scooters they are good for buggies which need strong low end torque you actually loose rpms and loose a lot of top end.
So as you can see I buy and try things out. Like the NCY clutch I bought trying to change the clutch arm springs found out that the Clutch is a little different than all the clutchs out there. It is a little bigger in diameter and the pins are in a different spot. So because of that all the springs that everyone sells are to long for the clutch and I had to order NCY springs. Also if you go and use the OEM clutch bell it will go on but the pads will slighty touch the bell just sitting there.
The DR2 I paid over 100 the Prodigy came in just under 100, out of all the Variators and Clutchs the not so expensive actually pretty cheap is the KOSO 115mm for the 150s is I believe your best bang for the bucks, gives you good bottom end and good top end. The best clutch are those with more material on each arm so more material grabs the bell causing less slipping and glazing, I personnaly like the NCY clutch and bell. Alleyoop
Last Edit: Jan 24, 2015 14:47:38 GMT -5 by alleyoop
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