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Need a new motor for my 2005 Yamaha r6....I was driving and out of nowhere it blew a hole in the front left side of my motor a leaked all my oil

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Try a local Yamaha bike wrecker (cheaper) or go to a dealer (expensive) in either before doing that just Google it and see who has one or you can also look in eBay under motorcycle.
The other part is if you find a second hand one, either you know how to install it or get one bike garage to install it for you. Good? Return a comment please, thanks.

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