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110cc kids quad off brand Chinese HELP NEEDED

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So i purchased a quad runs and drives good but when the quad is off and i try push it the wheels lock up and rotate the engine (its automatic) so i purchased new clutch and still same issue but when i take clutch off and push the quad it turns freely when i install clutch and push quad it rotates the engine as if it was in gear but its automatic... heres a video i found example what exactly my new and old clutch does. and heres link to new part i bought https://www.ebay.com/itm/17-Tooth-Automatic-Clutch-w-Cap-for-50cc-70-90-110cc-125cc-ATV-Quad-Dirt-Bike/192705885823?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2648 any help would be appreciated

 

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Welcome to Quadcrazy. I have seen the same problem with a Chinese 110 bike.  I’m not sure why but I have a question.  

Same situation when rolling it etc. I started the bike against a wall so it would not go anywhere and let it run for 10 minutes. After it ran for that 10 minutes and shut it off the bike was fine to roll. And it was that way for a few days. After that the same thing happened.    

My guess was that the oil in the engine makes the clutch plates swell up with oil from sitting causing the problem and clear up once things are spinning and centrifugal force spins out some of the soaked plates. Maybe a design flaw or poor clutch plate material (cheap) stuff maybe ?   Sounds crazy but that’s my guess.  

My question is have you ran the bike for a while and seen a change. If not try what I said and let me know.  Never solved the problem other then starting the bike every few days but that’s a little nuts.  

 

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I take it as a feature, really easy to push start this way. 😊 Especially when the battery dies, or the switches just stop working for no reason other than the fact that it's cheap.

Had a 2007 110cc Chinese atv with the same problem. Went through a few different clutches over the years and, even when they were worn out to the point where it couldn't make it up the smallest hills, it would still grip like no tomorrow when off.

If I wanted to move it, I would just start it and let it idle while I pushed it around, or just picked up the back.

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