If your mini dirt bike has a bent or warped bell rotor then it’s possible to replace the affected part with a new 2-Stroke Gas Motorized Mini Dirt Pit Bike Bell Rotor. You may become aware of a problem with the bike bell rotor if you’re experiencing brake drag while riding (where it feels like you’re slowing down even though you haven’t applied the brakes). To check for a warped bell rotor, lift up the bike and spin the wheels – if you hear the rotor rubbing, or the wheel won’t spin freely then it may be time to replace the bell rotor.
This part is ideally suited for the centrifugal clutches used on the Bikeberry range of 2-Stroke Gas Motorized Mini Dirt Pit Bikes' transmissions.
Note: These rotors are made specifically for mini dirt bikes and are not designed for bicycle engine kit motors and transmissions.