Question about 1991 Suzuki DR 650 RS-E
It is not a big job if you know what to do and you have a rotor puller. But you may likely cause big $ damage if you don't.
The "starter clutch" is on the end of the starter motor and when activated turns an idler cog, which then turns the clutch starter set. This clutch starter set is behind the magneto rotor (flywheel) and should not be the problem. To remove the rotor you will require an appropriate size rotor puller available from most larger bike accessories stores for under $20, or the Suzuki Special Tool for 10x the price!
Your problem most likely lies with the starter clutch pack itself and is a parts replacement item.
The link below will provide by exploded view, diagrams of the parts you need to check, at least you can have an idea when you talk to your parts dealer. Cheers.
Posted on May 07, 2010
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