A buddy that now rides a Spider said that the hardest thing to get used to was not having the front brake lever. Hope you are spraying this weekend!irk miller said:Paint came in, so when the monsoon season retreats for a weekend, we’ll get crazy up in this joint. I’m also waiting on the month long adventure of my motor top end to get here from China. In the meantime, here’s a little added detail: a Raptor control. Since this thing is cvt, there’s no need for a clutch and much need for a parking brake. So, I’ll run the rear brake and parking brake through this control on the left side. If I add a front brake, it’ll go right side.
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irk miller said:
I had a go kart when I was growing up a bit like that, with a sticky centrifugal clutch. I got pretty good at jacking up the rear wheels on 2x4's to start it, then gingerly getting in and then rocking it off once I was ready to go lol the tires were slick enough to slip in the grass if I gunned it once as I rocked it off.irk miller said:Hahaha. That go kart my buddy brought me to sell was like that too. First time I fired it up, had I not had the wheels chocked, it would've taken off.