Why can I hear the weights spinning on my Roketa scooter?

by Helena
(Titusville, Florida)

When I replaced my belt on my 150cc Roketa weights to 12g, why do I hear them spinning or at least that's what I think I hear?

The guy who changed them before put only 5 weights and some other object, do you think he ruined the variator? It runs okay, but I worry about the noise...

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Sep 10, 2010
Glad You Found Help
by: Kathi

Helena... I'm sorry no one here came up with any answers for you, but happy to hear that you found help from somebody. What a great guy to help you fix that and not charge you. And you're helping him to learn his new career!

Have fun with your scooter... hope it keeps running for you now.

Sep 05, 2010
Roketa scooter
by: Helena

well IT WAS the clutch after all. The clutch that twice I paid for someone to fix and never replaced. MY mail person saw me struggling with my scooter, then told of a man the was going to school learning how to fix motorbikes who lived down the block from me.

The nice guy came over and help me put the belt on, which really was a bear to do, and didn't charge me a dime. Thanks to the good Samaritans who are still out there.

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