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The usual direction of rotation for a motorcycle engine with chain or belt drive, is the same as the driven wheel. This allows a "straight-through" ratio where the gearbox does not use the lay shaft. For other ratios, the direction is reversed onto the lay shaft and then reversed again onto the output shaft. The position of the inlet and outlet ...


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The parts diagram shows 14 fasteners. Qty. 8, 2, and 4 of #5, #6, and #8 respsectively. After that you should be able to separate the cover from the cylinder head. If it won't come off with gentle tapping, try prying with a paint scraper or similar thin bladed tool. You'll want to be careful not to scratch the surface of the cylinder head. If you have a ...


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