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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-02-2017, 09:57 PM Thread Starter
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So just a few questions I couldn't find amwsers to when I do this mod what do I use to cut the bike with and also how do I know were/how much to cut also should I just leave the oil in the bike then change it after words and maybe dump some fuel around before adding new oil/filter
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Typically a rotary tool with cutoff wheel is used, but from some reports around here lately, I'm wary of doing it at all. It's obviously "at your own risk" procedure, and can lead to more headaches down the road if not done properly. Even if done properly it can still give you issues...

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it is best to pull motor and pull sidecase off

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X2 agree with Doc, pull the engine. That's how I did mine. If I had to do it again, I'd pull it again. Much better than a rebuild!

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