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PostSubject: Dr Pully Sliders   Thu 27 Dec 2012, 15:47

Hello Follow Silver Wingers

I recently ordered Dr Pully 28x20 22GR slider wieghts from two differeny compancies Monster Scooter and Scooter Dynasty. Both compancies state they have been discontinued. I find it hard to believe so I'm reaching out to the forum members to help me find the slider wieghts.

I have a 2003 Silver Wing with 7800 miles.

Does anyone know of some compancies that still carry Dr Pully 28x20 22GR slider wieghts?

Any help would greatly be appreciated.

Thanks Bill
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PostSubject: Re: Dr Pully Sliders   Thu 27 Dec 2012, 16:51



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PostSubject: Re: Dr Pully Sliders   Thu 27 Dec 2012, 17:03

Contact them.As you can see they do start from 23 gr.I have 28 gr and they are much better than the OEM ones.Better launches...better acceleration ...no top speed rev limiter.........http://www.drpulley.info/shop/advanced_search_result.php?keywords=honda+silverwing
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PostSubject: Re: Dr Pully Sliders   Thu 27 Dec 2012, 18:09

Thank you Scootist I just ordered them, can't wait to get em! Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Dr Pully Sliders   Thu 27 Dec 2012, 18:10

That's what I like about the forum someone is always welling to help. THAN YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!
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PostSubject: Re: Dr Pully Sliders   Thu 27 Dec 2012, 18:15

9erfan wrote:
Hello Follow Silver Wingers

Does anyone know of some compancies that still carry Dr Pully 28x20 22GR slider wieghts?

Any help would greatly be appreciated.

Thanks Bill

I bought mine (24 gr) on eBay about a year ago from SB_PERFORMANCE_USA. I just went on ebay and put in the following seach terms - Dr Pulley Silverwing - and up poped the following available weights: 21, 24, 26, 28 GR - did not see a 22 GR. Today's price is about the same as what I paid. If I had to buy another set I think that maybe I would try out the 21 GR - but the 24 GR are a kick. Lately I have been waiting until the clutch engages BEFORE twisting the throttle full open if I need to do a quick take off. The reason for this is that I think (in my opnion - not totally sure I am correct) that the clutch gets more glazed and more out of alignment when I instantly twist the throttle 100% open from a standing stop - I base this opinion on fact that my clutch makes a lot more noise, has increased shudder, and maybe gets a bit out of alignment when I repeatably do quick starts BEFORE allowing the cluch to engage. Let us know where you buy them and how they work out for you - good luck!
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PostSubject: Re: Dr Pully Sliders   Fri 28 Dec 2012, 00:02

Dimond, I will and thank you for the info
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PostSubject: Re: Dr Pully Sliders   Mon 31 Dec 2012, 18:15

9erfan wrote:
Hello Follow Silver Wingers

I recently ordered Dr Pully 28x20 22GR slider wieghts from two differeny compancies Monster Scooter and Scooter Dynasty. Both compancies state they have been discontinued. I find it hard to believe so I'm reaching out to the forum members to help me find the slider wieghts.

I have a 2003 Silver Wing with 7800 miles.

Does anyone know of some compancies that still carry Dr Pully 28x20 22GR slider wieghts?

Any help would greatly be appreciated.
BUGGY PARTS NW HAVE THEM; I JUST ORDERED SOM 24 GR
Thanks Bill
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PostSubject: Re: Dr Pully Sliders   Fri 31 Jan 2014, 19:24

The Scootist wrote:
Bill: I got my 22g sliders from Buggyparts NW.  Here is the web link:

http://www.buggypartsnw.com/home?page=shop.product_details&flypage=flypage.tpl&product_id=386&category_id=32

My question is I also found these as a suggestion, so what do they do and is it good idea to install at same time? (notice- only 4 to a pack)
https://www.buggypartsnw.com/index.php/dr-pulley-variator-slide-piece-2820-w.html
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PostSubject: Re: Dr Pully Sliders   Fri 31 Jan 2014, 20:22

What Dr. Pulley are calling "slide pieces" (the four guides that the variator backing plate slides back and forth on) are called "patinos".Ive heard on other scoots they sometimes stick.Id stay stock,IMO
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PostSubject: Re: Dr Pully Sliders   Sun 02 Feb 2014, 10:53

Mudnman wrote:
What Dr. Pulley are calling "slide pieces" (the four guides that the variator backing plate slides back and forth on) are called "patinos".Ive heard on other scoots they sometimes stick.Id stay stock,IMO

The slide pieces from Dr. Pulley are made of a low friction plastic type compound. In my experience they are much less likely to bind or stick than the stock Honda slide pieces. I installed them in my variator and they work as advertised, no sticking. I'd recommend them.
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PostSubject: Re: Dr Pully Sliders   Sat 08 Mar 2014, 15:19

Thanks to this forum I was able to get the 26g Dr Pulley slider weights and the slide pieces for my Scooter. Got a new belt and installed the lot in about 45 minutes this morning thanks to a video that was also posted. Belt was beyond limits at .99 inches and I was warned the variator light would come on but it hasnt. Thanks guys
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PostSubject: Re: Dr Pully Sliders   Sat 08 Mar 2014, 17:55

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<>Belt was beyond limits at .99 inches and I was warned the variator light would come on but it hasnt.

The belt is extremely difficult to accurately measure. If the belt was beyond limits the variator light would have come on because the worn belt would have slipped in the variator relative to the crankshaft rpm.

However you've obviated any belt problems by replacing yours, so relax and enjoy your new ride. i'm sure you'll be impressed with your Dr Pulley sliders.

Tim
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PostSubject: Re: Dr Pully Sliders   Sun 09 Mar 2014, 19:41

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bjkaraoke wrote:
<>Belt was beyond limits at .99 inches and I was warned the variator light would come on but it hasnt.

The belt is extremely difficult to accurately measure. If the belt was beyond limits the variator light would have come on because the worn belt would have slipped in the variator relative to the crankshaft rpm.

However you've obviated any belt problems by replacing yours, so relax and enjoy your new ride. i'm sure you'll be impressed with your Dr Pulley sliders.

Tim
Well I did use a digital micrometer so I dont know how much more accurate you can get. Was getting lots of shudder and squeeling.
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PostSubject: Re: Dr Pully Sliders   Sun 09 Mar 2014, 23:09

bjkaraoke wrote:

 Well I did use a digital micrometer so I dont know how much more accurate you can get.  

There's digital verniers from Harbor Freight, and then there's digital verniers from Mitutoyo.

Regardless, it's not the device you use to measure the belt wear, it's where on the belt the reading is taken. It's difficult to get the exact sweet spot to take your reading. That's where the inaccuracy rears its ugly head.
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