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Just got this bike for free with the wireing already removed 馃檪 I think I might black out the frame and go with the street fighter look I'm not 100% sure but I'm excited to get one with the tank and seat plastics intact
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Finally got a nice day so I took some good X1 pic's
 

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And this is what I mean when I tell people to open the transmission and clean out all of the disgusting paraffin based grease before switching to ATF or motor oil with your choice of additives in the mix.


Because I'm going to be swapping this engine with another engine that is already ported and polished I'm going to go ahead and pull this engine and transmission out at this time...
 

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I'm going to go ahead and grab my donor engine off of this thing I know it doesn't look the best on the outside but don't worry it's what's on the inside that counts...
 

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Moving right along turns out the engine I wanted to swap with isn't moded well I can't have that here are some tear down pic's
 

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I ordered a top end kit and some seals I'll get my bearings from in town bearing shop maybe I'll try a head chop on the old cylinder.
 

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Seeing that all my parts came in in a timely manner and everything is going to work and fit I have started modding the first thing I've done is the starter delete mod basically all you do is take the starter off and cut on both sides of the starter motor to remove the inner shaft then remove the brushes you can remove the magnets if you want to it's easy to break them out with a hammer and screwdriver and then use pliers to take the screws out or just leave them in.
 

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