Yeah free wheeled when I pulled clutch on lock up. Bike pushes fine in neutral. Motor won't turn over at all.wow that sounds bad... when back wheel locked did it freewheel when you pulled in the clutch? when you shift to neutral can you push the bike... when in neutral will the motor turn over?
That was when the other belt broke or finally became unjammed under the crank gear area. Now a valve or two is bent....I don't think the rear brake has the oomph to lock the rear wheel. Sounds more serious to me, engine seize or transmission failure, although he was able to put the bike into 3rd and try to push start the bike and was unable to get the motor to turn over.
One thing you can possibly do even if you don't like working on bikes is pull off the belt covers to see if your belts are off (starting to sadly sound likely). IIRC the front cylinder cover isn't too bad to get off.Yeah free wheeled when I pulled clutch on lock up. Bike pushes fine in neutral. Motor won't turn over at all.
Just,... no -"Just so odd that it was fine for 15km and straight after refueling it has issues and then lock up "
Come on people, this appears to be a no brainer!
water in the fuel, 15 K's to pick up the water from the tank, hi comp motor in stall low revs would seem like a lock up, fits with all the other things said in forum.
And an easy test and fix
But going so far out ... work of art really; bit poetry-in-motionish. 10 points for imagination, and plonking it in the 'no brainer' box was pure genius!Just,... no -
Since wood also floats, be sure to check for any 2x4's in the piston area before turning over a seized engine for the compression test. And ducks, make sure there are not any of those floating in there too.Fuel floats on water, 1km and the water would be in the engine. Water in the engine stops it running, not locking up.
As I said do a compression test, easy and eliminates the engine issues virtually straight away.