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Disconnect the battery, drain and remove the outer primary cover. From the left side of the bike, remove the battery cable from the starter and the small solenoid trigger wire. You may have to remove some or all of the exhaust system. Back on the right side of the bike, remove the two bolts just above the outer clutch shell that holds the starter in. They are two different lengths so remember which bolt goes where.

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