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Cog behind fly wheel on my 650 pegasso 93 model turns by hand

When i try too start bike makes a noise starters good just bought it it seems it catches then jams or slips cogs are fine i think the probs behind fly wheel too do with that cog or close too it thanks for your help Ant

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I suggest you look at the flywheel to make sure there are no missing or rounded teeth. Next I'd check the bendix on the starter to make sure you did not lose a bushing or bearing. If the engagement bearing is shot you will have definite problems with the starter.

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