When you come to do it, PM me if you want me to source you one in the UK.
Thanks, I'll let you know.
Yes sir, I can dig it.
Cool, I'm glad you're watching!
I'm not sure what to do about the whole kickstarter issue. Here are a couple of options:
1. remove the right footpeg and use the kickstarter . After it starts, put back the footpeg. It's a bit of a process to start it this way, especially if it stalls on the street. Although, it could be bump started.
2. remove the kickstarter. put it in 2 or 3rd gear, put it on a rear stand and yank the rear tire around. I used this method to check compression before I got the kickstarter. Cleaner cosmetics, but again bad if stalls on the street. Bump start it.
3. 2nd or 3rd gear bump start. This could get tiring if it has a hard start problem. Ok, if it is starting/running reliably.
4. build a 110v motorized roller starter (a la MotoGP) with a foot switch! Expensive but not bad if DIY build. Tempting!http://motorcyclestarterrollers.com/http://www.roscosrollers.com/
I'm leaning on keeping the kickstarter during the first startup stage until the motor starts/runs reliably (#1). Then remove it and use #2 or #3 above. Any thoughts out there?