I still can't believe you just whipped the motor out of your bike like it was nothing. Jesus.
Respect... GF (I guess I can start calling her that?) just took off.. Solid little date night.
it was heat of the moment, and seemed like a great idear.
It WAS much easier to deal with the valves though..
What's it doing not in the bike???
I've pulled the motor out of a car before and it wasn't too terrible. The bike seems like it'd be a hell of a lot easier than that.
Seemed like an easier alternative to smashing my knuckles on shit, and not being able to see while doing the valves and cleaning EVERYTHING up.
Ive done a few car motors, and I'd honestly prefer those over the bike. Hard to balance the god damn motor on a jack stand while trying to go in and out.
suppose an extra body would aid that.
I pulled my motor last week, took me 45 minutes. New clutch, valve adjustment, check all my bearings, since I put a ton of track/race miles on it this season.
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Out was the easy part! I was flustered and didn't note where all the engine mount bolts and bushings went!
so.. Should be interesting.
How was putting it back in? Any noteworthy tips so I'm not pulling my hair out over something easy?
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