My transmission locked up and I'm now going to have to split the cases to see what going on. The question I have is do I have to remove the clutch to be able to split it or no? Also do I have to remove the stator?
Pretty much have to take everything apart Few bolts holing the case together on the clutch side most people over look, so don't beat on it with a hammer before checking everywhere!
No sir, just take off the cam gear.I'm no master mechanic by any means but I rebuilt my fair share of two stroke motors working off of the manuals. I'm still debating tackling this tho. When taking the head off I don't have to do anything with the cam or valves correct?
I decided I'm just going to run wing nuts for everything on the motor to make it easier to take apart lol
Also a good time to do any other upgrades while its apart, might has well pull it all the way apart to make sure everything looks good to.
Never really thought of going from the right side lol. If you're not going to take out the crank, just going from the right side makes sense.That's exactly what I was looking for. I've heard that different places but don't know how true it was. So I can just go in from the right side and never touch anything on the left ( stator, flywheel, etc.) Correct?
And as far as the cam gear goes I just have to pop that off to get the chain off correct?