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The 2-Cycle DocToR
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im going to be removing the electric starter on one of my toys :) .....i pointed out the electric starter in this pic.. can someone please post a few pictures of what it looks like BEHIND my pull start so i know what to expect to see?? and any directions would be greatly appreciated! THANKS!!! :eek:
 

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UPDATE: I was able to take the starter components out of the starter but the casing still remains on the engine lol :)
 

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I removed the guts from mine on my x2. Its pulls alot better now.
 

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Thanks guys for the help. ..to be completely honest, I didn't notice a much of a difference and I probably wouldn't have gone through the trouble if I'd known the results were gonna be this little :)
 

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It should help out in your bottom end and pick up more rev's all the way to your top end since there is alot less weight on the crank and it will spool up quicker. But you have a cateye right. I feel they are over geared with that front 20 tooth sprocket to pull that midbike. But thats just me I like the bottom end to jump off the line not take a sunday strool to the hole shot!!!! I think you got some fine tuning of your carb still to do :)
 

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I do have a little tuning on the carb still to do after work.. It still bogs slightly at wide open throttle on acceleration....
 

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I do have a little tuning on the carb still to do after work.. It still bogs slightly at wide open throttle on acceleration....
Yea Like I was saying thats that 20 tooth front sprocket. You can switch to the 17 with out doing any modds to the front chain adjustment grooves but the 14 tooth would wake it up with the stock rear 54 thats on the cateye right? but you have to make the adjusting grooves longer so you cat ajdust the front chain
 
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