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Old 07-23-2011, 06:36 AM   #16
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I will try that thanks
Hi Don,

Did it worked??? I have a similar problem with my Honda Élite 150 1985.
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Old 02-16-2013, 03:28 PM   #17
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Yea that is good advice bbishoppcm gave you. I think that'll fix the problem.

8K miles is about average. Some get about 15K out of theirs.

BTW its a good idea to have a backup belt with you on longer rides once the belt starts getting to higher miles. The belt can be changed out on the side of the road if you do it this way:

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It worked for me. If you do it the regular way taking off the CVT plates you'll need a good impact wrench to do it right. Also make sure you tighten that front drive plate's nut good, it can fly off if you don't tighten it down.
Crap, that's fantastic. I just spent over an hour trying to get my belt back on. I'm going out to see if that works on my 125. I hope it does. I'll also clean off any glazing on the clutch and flywheel as I also have a squeal I can't seem to fix.
Thanks for that great tip.
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Old 07-24-2013, 11:29 PM   #18
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So, I changed the belt, it squealed, and today I took it back apart, pulled the belt off, sanded the front / drive pulley, no problem. The rear pulley didn't really take to sanding, even with 320 grit. Took it out on a test spin, maybe 8 miles. First 4 miles were fine, but it stayed squealing again.

So, do I really need to take it back apart and sand the rear pulley, or will it burn in after more miles and stop squealing?

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Old 07-25-2013, 09:01 PM   #19
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So, I changed the belt, it squealed, and today I took it back apart, pulled the belt off, sanded the front / drive pulley, no problem. The rear pulley didn't really take to sanding, even with 320 grit. Took it out on a test spin, maybe 8 miles. First 4 miles were fine, but it stayed squealing again.

So, do I really need to take it back apart and sand the rear pulley, or will it burn in after more miles and stop squealing?

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