Got the engine out without too much trouble. You're right, the rear exhaust was and will continue to be a bitch. Once I got the engine out I realized I'd need a stand to disassemble it. The book talked about what I could do with the engine in the frame etc, but I didn't realize they wanted me to actually do those steps before removing the engine.quote:Originally posted by kenessex
Those miniceptors are not too bad to work on once you get the motor out of the frame. The worst part is getting the rear exhaust and the carbs back in place when it goes back together. The motor is really pretty nice to work on without seperate cylinders, everything just goes in from the bottom.