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See http://ttr250.com/TTR_retrofitting_kickstart.htm



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how much will it roughly cost for the parts? or for the kit? and where to buy them (including international shipping)

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oshanrube wrote:

how much will it roughly cost for the parts? or for the kit? and where to buy them (including international shipping)


 Unfortunately it is not available to buy anymore crycrycrycry

If you need the parts, they must be bought second hand no

Jarrah 



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Update- Just found  a few, not sure if it's still available though- http://www.generationmx.com/Y_p/4gy-w0795-01-00.htm

http://www.ohiopowersports.com/webstore/viewiteminfo.asp?sku=4GY%2DW0795%2D01%2D00&PID=electrical&PIDName=Starters&DID=Parts&Back=&aspname=viewprod

Enjoy!

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Just add some clarity to this, 90mins may be a tad optimistic, I have a fair mechanical knowledge and a Snap-on tool collection and a mate ......it took us 3hrs inc tea! Oh and mince pies (it is that season)



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Lostboyscout wrote:

Just add some clarity to this, 90mins may be a tad optimistic, I have a fair mechanical knowledge and a Snap-on tool collection and a mate ......it took us 3hrs inc tea! Oh and mince pies (it is that season)


 90 minutes to do the work and 90 minutes nattering and eating mince pies I bet biggrinbiggrin

But is it all fitted and working properly Dave???



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Brian you know me too well lol
Yep it's all done and working,
The spring was right after taking a second look it was it returned after kicking it through when warm, with a bit of use it eased off and all good!

Thanks for putting together a fantastic doc it was spot on, and using your clutch tool made it soooo much easier, will post some pics when my partner in crime (noeyedear) gets them on Dropbox



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Here are some pics of the action and finished job



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