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    question for the guru's



    I'm having starter troubles with my 01 GP1200R I have already taken the whole exhaust off up to the cat converter to get to the starter now starter's out question is do I have to take the air box and oil pump off to get to the bendix or is there a better way?


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    Gonna reply simply because I just rebuilt my motor yesterday. I don''t think there is any other way other than removing the stator cover which includes the oil pump. sorry.

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    was this a dumb question? im sorry I never owned a gp before and was wondering what all i had to take off to get to the starter and bendix anyway i found out almost everything theres no room to work on a gp i got them out bendix was missing part of the starter gear and starter was showing some wear also, I only broke off 1 bolt that was lucky cause this a florida ski used in salt water what a pain to change anyway when the parts come in I can do it all in reverse

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    Not a dumb question at all. Sorry If my post came off that way.

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    Here is a link to your service manual. It's a huge help for things like this.

    http://www.cajundude.com/GP1200R%20Service%20Manual.pdf

    This guys site is great if you haven't seen it.

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